What makes “Book, Box and Noon” the same?

Riddle: What makes “Book, Box and Noon” the same?

Let’s try to look at the words and find some common points. You put your books in a box at noon? No, this doesn’t make any sense. Maybe you read books in a box at noon? This one makes no sense at all… But what about looking at their grammatical compositions? Are they all verbs?

 

I am book-ing a book, I noon at noon, this is a very box book. All these sentences make no sense. They are not verbs nor adjectives. So what are they? They are all nouns. Duh!

Answer: They all nouns.


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