Three Can Keep a Secret If Two of Them Are Dead?


'Three can keep a secret, if two of them are dead' is a quote attributed to Benjamin Franklin. It refers to the fact that most people cannot keep a secret. If three know a secret, one or more of them will surely spill it--the only sure way to keep a secret is if those that know the secret are dead.
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It means you never know who you can trust.
Benjamin Franklin wrote, "Three can keep a
it means ppl cant share secrets, if you want something truely kept a secret dont tell anyone alive.
Off the top of my head i would think it just means the secret keeper tells their best friend the secret thinking they can trust them but either way it goes the friend will tell somebody
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Ben Franklin wrote that three can keep a secret if two of them are dead to imply that people cannot keep secrets. If three people know something (or a secret) ...
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