This is a cool riddle, which my Maths teacher taught our class, 25 years ago. I still remember it and find it very cool.
Can you create a perfectly valid English sentence, which makes perfect sense, but which contains the word "and" in it, five times consecutively in a row ?
"Something-or-other and and and and and something-else."
Let's see if anyone else knows the answer to this one.
I'll post the answer in a couple of days.
(Dedicated to Mr Quick, my excellent Maths teacher from Tavistock College, Devon, England.)