Inspired by Avi's Vowelburger™ Riddle
My new fry chef came up with the Double Vowelburger, which has a top bun, cheese, two patties and a bottom bun! She's very economical with ingredients, so each vowel A-E-I-O-U appears only one time as a top and bottom patty, and no burgers have the same top and bottom patty. But she's also a little absentminded, and one of the burgers has a different bottom bun. Can you help me figure out what's in these things?

Top Patty Vowelburger™
A braid
E fold
I worked
O splash
U fruit
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    $\begingroup$ The changing top patties were decent, but the mismatched bottom bun must have gone bad, it left a sour taste for the whole meal. $\endgroup$
    – Bass
    Feb 26, 2020 at 18:27

1 Answer 1


Today's Double Vowelburgers come with:

A P bun, L cheese, two vowel patties and a T bun (with one stray D bun thrown into the mix...).

Choose from the following:

AI patty combo - "braid", i.e PLAIT
EA patty combo - "fold", i.e. PLEAT
IE patty combo - "worked", i.e. PLIED (one's trade)
OU patty combo - "splash", i.e. PLOUT (sudden heavy rainfall, usually in Scotland)
UO patty combo - "fruit", i.e. PLUOT (a hybrid 'interspecific plum')

Apologies for the stray bottom bun, sirs - please accept that one on the house...


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