Yesterday was my birthday so I was away with my family - but more importantly, this weekend is my son’s first birthday! So making some nice plans for that. I hope you’re well, and so here we are discussing celebrations! What is your favourite celebration?
Here’s a simply puzzling one I wrote right now, just for you. Try not to peek until you’ve thought long and hard and given your guess below (spoiler blocks apply as always)!
What counts alone but also counts for all?
What is a finger, line, or single scrawl?
What, when it’s bottom falls off, is then left on
the top is always me, though rulers come and gone.
Riddle Answer One
What counts alone but also counts for all? - one means singular but also all people (one scratches one’s head when confused).
What is a finger, line, or single scrawl? - different ways to show ‘one’.
What, when it’s bottom falls off, is then left on - remove the ‘e’ and it becomes ‘on’.
left on the top is always me, though rulers come and gone. - there can only be one on the top.
I think the riddle here is a nice thinker - though not one of my best. Rushing to write while taking care of family, but still enjoy!
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I look forward to this new age with you! And do invite friends and family to join us here too!
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