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Can you give me a list of things that can be broken?

Asked by MilkyWay (13162 points ) May 15th, 2012

Like bones for example. They can be broken.
Or plates, or hearts.
What things can you think of, in the literal and metaphorical sense, that can be broken?

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zenvelo's avatar

Promises. Dreams. Fingers. Homes. Spirits. Horses. Backs. Fevers. Windows.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

I forgot balls.

jax1311's avatar

People (e.g., in interrogations), cell phones (also, laptops, tablets, etc.), cars…

Apparently, I’m a literal thinker.

MilkyWay's avatar

@jax1311 Nothin wrong with that :D
Thanks people, keep em coming.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

Grip (think cars), codes, the law.

thorninmud's avatar

A truce
A world record
Bread
Wind
Will
Concentration
Silence
A cluster of billiard balls
Even

flutherother's avatar

Laws
Glass
News
Records
Silence.

Kardamom's avatar

the bank
teeth
contracts
beds (don’t ask)
windshields
bottles
eggs
toes
records
fingernails
fences
toys
engagements
water

LostInParadise's avatar

a pattern
harmony
symmetry
waves
resistance
a spell

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@Keep_on_running Oww. That hurts just looking at it.

thorninmud's avatar

The sound barrier
A fast
Your stride
Diplomatic ties
New Year’s resolutions

wundayatta's avatar

Mirror
leg
record

thorninmud's avatar

A strike
Ranks
A sweat

ucme's avatar

Toys, brings back a few painful memories…........“I want my Action Man’s head fixing, waaahhhh!!”

Symbeline's avatar

Zombie heads. Other zombie parts. My Little Pony toys.

SuperMouse's avatar

The bow
Jaw, nose, leg

thorninmud's avatar

A code
A losing streak
A fever

ucme's avatar

“Morning has broken….la,la,la,la…......”

woodcutter's avatar

Everything can be broken ,even wind.

DancingMind's avatar

Moments.
Thought.
Conversation.
Insect wings.
Clavicles.
Courage.
Momentum.

boffin's avatar

Spirit

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