Curiousity kills the cat

@leateagee (3667)
July 7, 2008 10:49am CST
Curiousity is what led Einstein to discover gravity. Curiousity is the number strategy of journalists to earn for their living. Do you agree that 'curiousity can kill a cat'? Is being curious really dangerous? What do you think?
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@Mitraa (3188)
• India
9 Jul 08
It was not Einstein! It was Sir Issac Newton to discover gravity! Curiousity can make anything in real or in virtual! And curious are those, who have strong imagination and perception. Thanks with curiosity!
7 Jul 08
Well curiosity led my friend's cat to get stuck in her bicycle chain and nearly lose a paw (she's fine now though!) so I'd say yes! But then again, without exploration there's no ground breaking discoveries, so it's a necessity.
@cher913 (25890)
• Canada
7 Jul 08
i have to admit that i am a very curious person (yes, i look in peoples cupboards when i am in their bathroom! lol) but you are right, if people werent curious, there wouldn't be any new inventions and for me, being curious is something i like to do (my hubby calls me 'nosey'!! lol!!
@mclendon (308)
• United States
7 Jul 08
Curiosity can be dangerous. Some people "rush in where angels fear to tread" or are just too nosey for their own good. This is sometimes the case with cats and I guess that is why there is this expression. Cats climb into places and stick their heads in little holes and poke about in the dark and sometimes this gets them. Cats often climb up into car engines, for example, and get "cranked"!