This is a tough one, but I'm guessing either children or fingers.
But, if it's fingers, how could three be enough? And if it's children, how could ten be too few?
Well, one consonant->one, and three consonants->enough. Also, two consonants->too. Not sure where 'many' or 'few' comes from, though.
Three letters = fewFour letters = many
Except three, seven and eight don't have three consonants. Three I could go for, since it IS three, but seven and eight?My Head A-Splode!
If it's children, does Lady Steed agree that ten is too few, and eleven is enough?
"Except three, seven and eight don't have three consonants."...huh. I define consonants as letters other than aeiou. How are you counting?Thanks for the four->many; three->few. Nicely done.