Why do people break rules? are rules meant for breaking?

India
October 11, 2008 4:50am CST
Some people have scant regard for rules and some love to break rules as thoughthyget a thrill out of it. Iheard of a friend of mine who went to Singapore just to spit on the road, as spitting on the road is banned there and a fine of $50 is imposed for spitting the first time. He went prepared to pay the fine.
4 responses
• Philippines
11 Oct 08
I once heard of a saying that said that unspoken words are better than imposed ones. I think there is a tendency for people to show that they have their freedom and thus acts with their blind justification of their freedom. There is always something that will not bind them anyhow. I have a friend who promised me something, but broke it the day after he made it. Isn't it disappointing?
@jammyt (2824)
• Philippines
11 Oct 08
Generally, people are curious. Now sometimes, people would like to test until where other people can tolerate their breaking the rules. Your friend should have known that he would pay a fine if he was caught spitting. Of course, I'm sure he did it because he wanted to see what the government would do. he was lucky they just gave him a fine to pay. In our country, we lack just that, enforcing discipline. It's so sad. People here always break the rules because they know they will be able to get away with it.
• India
11 Oct 08
It's like they won't to show how powerful or unique they are by doing things others are scared or not ready to do. So that they'll be people or something. Crazy!! U know a secret I also love to break the rules!! :) It's exciting and interesting. We can feel the hep. But i'll see to that I don't harm anyone :)
@annjilena (5621)
• United States
11 Oct 08
most of the time they dont want to listen have a problem with aurthority so they break a lot of rules.