Once upon a time, in a quaint village nestled between rolling hills, there lived two best friends named Jack and Jill. They did everything together – from playing hopscotch to solving crossword puzzles.
One sunny afternoon, they were attempting to solve a particularly tricky crossword puzzle when they came across the clue “Same here“. They looked at each other and shrugged, unsure of what the answer could be.
Just then, a wise old man named Mr. Smith happened to pass by. He had lived in the village all his life and was known for his incredible knowledge and wisdom. Jack and Jill immediately approached him and asked for help with the crossword clue.
Mr. Smith smiled and said, “Ah, I remember when I was your age and used to solve these puzzles with my friends. The answer to your clue is ‘SOHAVEI‘.”
Jack and Jill were overjoyed to have finally solved the puzzle and asked Mr. Smith how he knew the answer.
Mr. Smith chuckled and replied, “It’s simple really. ‘Same here’ means that you and someone else have something in common. In this case, the answer is ‘SOHAVEI‘ because it means ‘I have that too’.”
Jack and Jill were amazed by Mr. Smith’s wisdom and thanked him for his help. From that day on, they would always remember the connection between “Same here” and “SOHAVEI” and continued to solve many more crossword puzzles together.