What would you like to do?
Solve this riddle whatever falls it breaks whatever breaks it falls?
Night falls, as in the expression meaning "night is approaching", but it doesn't break, as "night" is an abstract noun. And day breaks, as in the expression "daybreak", me…aning the time of day during which the sun first appears. However, "day", as well, is an abstract noun and cannot literally fall.
Rain falls but never breaks; day breaks but never falls.
Night falls but doesn't break, and day breaks but doesn't fall.
nothing that's impossible
somthing that might not exist but if it does then i dont know you idiot poo smells and blah blah blah blah i rule blah blah blah you stink
day break and night fall
WHATEVER means exactly what it says what ever
Night falls but doesn't break, and day breaks but doesn't fall!
I'm tempted to say Day and Night. Daybreak and Nightfall would make sense, but your questions seems to be asking for one thing, not two.
night falls but never breaks and day breaks but never fall
The Japanese term for landing safely is "ukemi"
just show him your nice side for a little while
I have a friend that is very restful.
day and night