Name a letter of the aphabet that can be spelled in five letters. (That same letter may be spelled with three letters, none of which are the letter itself! And the meanings of these two words have nothing to do with the letter in question! Confused? So is President Ruttles.)
Last week's Sardonigram: Challenge: Create a five-word sentence in which the five common vowels (a, e, i, o, u) appear as adjacent pairs, one pair in each word. For example, the sentence may include the word, "book" (double-o) and the word, "keep" (double-e.)
President Ruttles' Answer: "Creepy Aardvark vaccuums Hawaii room."