1 Round as a biscuit, busy as a bee,
Prettiest little thing you ever did see.
2 A houseful, a roomful,
Can't catch a spoonful.
3 What runs, but does not walk,
Has a tongue, but can't talk?
4 What is deep as a house.
And round as a cup,
And all the king's horses
Can't draw it up?
5 Four jolly men sat down to play,
And played all night till break of day;
They played for cash and not for fun,
With separate scores for everyone,
Yet when they came to square accounts,
They all had made quite fair amounts.
Can you this paradox explain?
If no one lost, how could all gain?
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