Rules are made to be broken?

@Krisneil (577)
Philippines
March 3, 2009 7:54pm CST
They are many rules in this world. We need to follow this rules in our everyday lives. But sometimes there are too much rules given and feel us un comfortable. Do you agree that somes rules are made to be broken?
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@oyenkai (4398)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
I actually don't agree on "rules are made to be broken" phrase - I mean, they didn't really make rules for us to break. But some of them aren't worth being followed so we break them - and that's only probably because there's some stupid person who made up a stupid rule. In general however, rules are made to make life more organized. Following traffic rules makes it easier for everybody on the road, etc. Thanks for the response on my discussion!
@Krisneil (577)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
Nyak... I love to break rules especially in my english subject.
@oyenkai (4398)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
English subject? Do you mean breaking grammar rules or rules that are set by your teacher regarding behavior in his/her class?
@Krisneil (577)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
In my english subject there is a rule that you cant speak tagalog or my native language,, but then Im poor in english and i always broke that rules!!
• United States
4 Mar 09
Some rules are made to be broken and some rules are made for everyone's well being. For example the rules that parents give their kids are made to be broken at some point because that is part of growing up. Or a rule against something like homocide should not be broken because killing someone I think most of us can agree is wrong. But then again there are always exceptions such as killing in self defense or killing someone that is evil, but our society has other rules for dealing with those matters.
@vanities (11385)
• Davao, Philippines
4 Mar 09
hi krisneil...well i don't it work that way rules are made for guidance and peace..but not made to be broken...it was just a saying to those people who really don't follow the rules of the land even on their respective homes...but i believe on a certain rules that need to flexible and everything...
@venchaul (541)
• China
4 Mar 09
good topic! I agree to break some rules such as some of the school rules though there's no rules,no freedom!
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
4 Mar 09
I think that rules are sometimes made to be broken but in those cases I think they may only be called rules as to either ensure that only those determined enough will go against them. I suppose that's one reason, and when I say the above example I am talking more about in regards to a business, or school or something of that sort.