Can you name three consecutive days without using the words, Riddle

Riddle: Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday?

Naming three consecutive days without using the names of the days? How is it possible? Read along to find out!
How do we describe the days? Do we only use their names or are there any other time expressions?

 

We can say two days ago, one week later… And more specifically, yesterday, today, and tomorrow!

Did you notice that yesterday, today, and tomorrow are consecutive days? And we didn’t use the names of the days. There you have it.

Answer: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.

P.S: If it is Christmas you can refer to 3 consecutive days as “Christmas Eve”, “Christmas Day”, “Boxing Day” 😊


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