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  • Rules are made to be broken

    Those who break the rules are scum but those who abandon those rules are worse than scum
    those who break the rules are scum but those who abandon those rules are worse than scum
    those who break the rules are scum but those who abandon those rules are worse than scum

  • Rules Have Reasons

    Rules are there for a reason sometimes to prevent people from getting hurt and other times to make sure business runs more smoothly. Things in life would never ever work without rules. Some things are rules even though you don't think that they are. There are rules to prevent other people from hurting yourself. The laws are the rules of the state or country. Rules there are even rules to eating. Now a lot of people don't really pay attention to them but they are there even if you don't know them. Boundaries are there to prevent you from getting hurt. Sometimes we all want to break the rules but if everyone broke the rules than the world wouldn't be a safe place. If there were no rules we wouldn't have a president or police. There would be no need because nobody would be doing anything wrong. Rules are there for a reason.

  • No, rules are not made to be broken

    Rules are generally devised to provide safety and health to the vast majority of people. That is not to say that they are always right. A rule is not written for the sole purpose of being broken. Eventually some rules are so ridiculous in current situations that it's acceptable to break them. I am referring to some of the old rules like a woman may not use foul language in public. I understand the reasoning, but it would be unusual for a person to actually know, let alone follow this rule.

  • No, rules are not made to be broken.

    Rules are created for a reason. Whether the rules are good or bad, the initial creation of the rules was done for a reason. Hence, even if the rules should be broken, they were made to be followed. Some rules should be broken, but that is not what the creator of those rules had in mind, and so that is not their sole purpose.


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