Bridges are built to as connections across the road or the sea or even the forest.
However, there are many people who are very much afraid to cross bridges whether they are in held closely but someone or even in the car or even tied closely with a rope.
In this tweet below, you can see the tiny bridge that was built across the forest and how people are trying to walk over it. It scarcely contained any barrier to hold hands while crossing over.
The tweet posed a question asking if you can cross the bridge for a stripulated amount in the sum of $500 million dollars.
Remember that you must cross over to the other end before you get your monetary reward.
So over to you...
Would you have the courage to cross this tiny bridge if you're given presented with such heavy reward?
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