Like this word game, where you take a formation of words/letters and figure out what idiomatic phrase it's getting at. For example: IECEXCEPT, which is I before E, except after C.
Being "three blind mice". What? Because they have no I's! Ahahaha, hahaha, oh man, that's good stuff.
Here's another one:
This one, of course, being "Eileen in Paris".
A final one:
EILEEN'S REALLY GREAT
I'm pretty sure this one means, "Really, with Eileen, there's often a greatness and some cherry vanilla ice cream involved". There could be an alternate solution as well, though.