Where would we be without holes? Where would people be without seven holes in their heads? (Count 'em!) If it weren't for your seven holes you couldn't eat or taste or smell or hear or see or even breathe. And actually, you've got lots more holes than that, because every little pore in your skin is a hole. Without those little pores, your skin couldn't breathe and you couldn't sweat. Without holes, you wouldn't have any hair either, because every hair grows in a little hole called a follicle.
Holes are an almost endless subject because there are so many of them! It seems like everything is composed of holes. Your whole body is full of holes. Your blood vessels are holes, your lungs are holes, your heart's got big holes in it for the blood to flow in and out, and your navel is a hole without which you couldn't have been born. Wow! There are so many important holes! We're really full of holes!
Just think, if it weren't for a hole, a 10 would only be a 1. And if you think a hole is really nothing, it really isn't so, because if you add another hole, it makes the 10 a 100! And if you add another zero hole, it turns the 100 into a 1,000! Add three more holes and it makes 1,000,000! So just an insignificant little old 1 can be a whole 1,000,000 if you just add six holes. As you can see, holes are very important and useful. God must really like holes, He made so many of them!
The whole world is full of holes! If it weren't for holes, there wouldn't be any pretty trees or flowers or vegetables or fruit, because they all grow in holes in the ground and they're full of holes: The sap in the trees flows through holes, and the juice in the leaves flows through holes.
What is a house but a hole in which you live? And if your house didn't have window holes, you couldn't look out or let the light and air in. Without holes there wouldn't be any taps for water and you'd get awfully thirsty. And worst of all, the house wouldn't even have a door, so you couldn't get into it in the first place--or if you were inside, you couldn't get out! How many other useful holes can you think of?
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