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Saturday Has None

Riddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.

 

Puzzle ID:#32295
Fun:*** (2.18)
Difficulty:*** (2.41)
Category:Riddle
Submitted By:say_aahAus*******

 

 

 



Sunday has 6,
Monday and Tuesday each have 2.
Wednesday has 1,
Thursday and Friday each have 2.
Saturday has none.

What is it?





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Comments

zonarita*us*
Aug 05, 2006

Fun little riddle say_aah Wouldn't Wednesday have W and E - of course it doesn't say you can't use a letter twice.
say_aahAus**
Aug 06, 2006

The "E" in Wednesday already has been used in TuEsday, so the "E" has already been used and is thus, not a new letter.

Thanks for the comment...

say aah
SPUTNIK2Aus*
Aug 06, 2006

witty lil teaser, thanks
blaghau
Aug 06, 2006

Very good. It made me feel like a natural woman.
campgrl06
Aug 09, 2006

this one stumped me. good one!
JessicaGAau*
Aug 10, 2006

blagh - that is quite a bizarre comment to make
blondebookwormAus*
Aug 13, 2006

I still don't get it. what is a "new" letter?
blondebookwormAus*
Aug 13, 2006

actually never mind. I do get it. And that's way cool! I would never have thought of that.
Darkmisfortuneus*
Sep 28, 2006

After rereading it several times I finally understood what a new letter was. Maybe you should try to clarify that point though. The answer is supposed to be simple, and not a riddle itself.
LeafFan4life*
Apr 17, 2007

lol blagh wat does your comment mean and blagh are you a guy just curious....this was pretty good nice teaser

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