The more you take, the more you leave behind. “What am I?”

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Riddle: The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?

The answer to the riddle is “footsteps.” The statement “The more you take, the more you leave behind” refers to the idea that when you walk, you take steps and leave footprints behind. The more steps you take, the more footprints you leave. Therefore, the riddle is referring to the relationship between taking steps and leaving footprints.

Footsteps are the impressions or marks left on the ground by a person’s foot. They are usually visible for a short time after a person walks, and then they slowly fade away. The more steps a person takes, the more impressions or footprints they will leave behind.

The riddle plays on the idea that the more a person takes steps, the more they leave behind footprints, but the footprints themselves do not physically take up space or weigh anything. Therefore, it is a play on words and a clever way to describe the relationship between steps and footprints.

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