can you finish this phrase?
May 10, 2007 10:10pm CST
" DONT JUDGE THE BOOK BY ITS COVER.......... there are a lot of words you can put after this phrase, if you are going to sya this what words are you going to add to make it more understandable. MINE IS: dont judge the book by its cover but sometimes the cover is more interesting than the content. so how about you what words are you going to add on this phrase? have fun.
12 May 07
this is the reason why we can never resist leafing through more colorful books. our curiosity is aroused by the pictures featured therein. this is the magic of a magazine we know to be national geographic. kids read them because of the interesting photographs, adults do so because of the combination of beautiful pictures and the write about them.
11 May 07
If i would to finish this phrase, I would put after this phrase is " Don't judge the book by its cover, after all it is the content that counts." I am not going to buy a book just because its cover looks pretty or attractive, I want to read its content and all the information it has to cover. However, the cover is important too so that people will get curious and see what it has to offer once purchased. An attractive cover attracts attention and perhaps a possible reader will go forth and then read its contents.
13 May 07
if you are refering the book to a person... that phrase would be DONT JUDGE THE BOOK BY ITS COVER, THERE ARE A LOT OF PREETY BOOKS WITH NO PERSONALITY AND THE BRAIN EMPTY. but if you are refering the book into a book DONT JUDGE THE BOOK BY ITS COVER PEEK AT THE ENDING TO SEE IF THE BOOK IS NICE. lol
12 May 07
...the more tattered and worn out ones are those which are most read. the new ones with still good covers on but are good reading material, is usually off the shelves. always, somebody gets to read it. the less interesting ones are bound to stay at its shape and collect dusts. it will be wise to remember that some books which do not get read are the more informative ones. it is thus best that we take a look of its contents before judging that book.