Riddle Me This.

I say that this paragraph is unusual but you probably won’t find out what is so unusual about it too quickly. Nothing is particularly wrong with it, but its still highly curious. It’s an ordinarily inconspicious paragraph, not too long or too short, nothing abnormal about it, just a bit too unusual. If you think and think, it may finally dawn on you. Or you may not do so, and favour scrolling on.

I was nominated for the Allergic to ‘E’ challenge by Asil and here’s the result.
As you may (not) note above, the paragraph lacks the alphabet ‘E’.

(Nominations/ Rules have been removed).


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  1. When I started reading it I didn’t get where it was leading but then you ended up the curiosity part ..And what did I saw at the end..my name being nominated for the same πŸ˜€ ..Thanks for nominating πŸ™‚ I have done my part too πŸ™‚ Hoping I did correctly πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

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  2. Okay, I thought I had it figured out. I thought it was the lack of apostrophes in the word ‘its’, but as it turns out, it was your bad. 😐
    I nominate you for sunshiny awards, and you nominate me for super tough challenges?
    What ya. 😐
    However, I must say – good job on this!

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      1. I forgot to do it yesterday. 😐
        And you know what, I can’t even think of writing an entire paragraph without ‘e’ in it, because my brain has taken up all amounts of smart it possessed to do math. 😐

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      2. I am, aren’t I? You should see me when I get all dressed up. I’d be the classiest person you’ve ever seen, I bet.

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  3. Came across plenty of posts regarding this challenge, so didn’t really have to think so much. πŸ˜› It struck me as I was reading the third or fourth line. Great way to keep one interested – the paragraph, as well as the idea to not declare the challenge beforehand. πŸ™‚

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