Let’s play the ‘I’m thinking of something’ riddle game.
Hint #1: Under ideal conditions an onion will have...
a predictable amount of leaves and rings.
Hint #2: Actually, one can count the amount.
Hint #3: This number is mentioned on our home page...
in a semi-surprising manner.
So, what word “answers/solves the riddle”?
From time to time, when someone in your household cuts into an onion bulb that looks healthy and well-formed, why not take time to COUNT ITS RINGS.
From time to time, when you have a green onion plant that looks oh so healthy and well-formed, why not take time to COUNT ITS LEAVES.
YOUR TURN AGAIN. (Consider sharing your riddle.)
By the way...
Why is ‘smiles’ the longest word in the dictionary?
There's a 'mile' between each 's'!
What word describes a woman who does not have all her fingers on one hand?
(ten fingers total)
(half on one hand, half on the other)