846 Season's gratings Write a brief (50 words or fewer) holiday letter from a personage from past or present, or from fiction. H
832 Clue Us In You supply one or more clues for the words in a filled-in grid. H H H
831 A Big To-Do Name a "bucket list" item for a well-known real or fictional character. H H H
828 Inhuman Puns Make a pun on the name of a familiar group, organization or company, and describe it or provide a quote from it. H H
824 Jestinations Give us a slogan for any city or town. H
822 For Real Folks Suggest some attractions for a Festival of Real American Folklife. H
819 Art Re-View These objects are not what they seem to be, at first glance. They are something else entirely. What are they? H
818 Name the Day Cite an actual holiday or one of those silly commemorative days, weeks or months for which you can find previous evidence, and supply a snarky description or slogan. H H H H H 3
813 Aw, Shocks Give us a humorous example of the "shocking -- not. 4
783 The Shill Game Name a celebrity or fictional character to endorse a real product or company. H
768 The Events Described Herein Are Entirely Fictitious Come up with fictitious movie trivia. H
739 Lies, All Lies Give us some humorous fictional revelation about a current or past political figure. I H
733 Just Drop It, Okay? Drop the first letter from an actual word or term to make a new word or term, and define it. H
732 The Chain Gang Supply a chain of 25 names -- they may be names of people, places, organizations, products, etc., but they must be names -- beginning and ending with "George W. Bush. H
730 Time-Wastes For Everyman Describe activities that make entering The Style Invitational seem like a constructive use of one's time. H
713 Painings Name and interpret any of the provided paintings by Fred Dawson. 3
709 A Return Engagement Come up with some novel change to the tax code: a tax on something ought to be taxed, a credit for something that should be rewarded, what the $3 should go to instead of presidential campaigns, etc. H
517 Insert Joke Here Slip a single bogus sentence into next year's State of the Union address, figuring the Prez will probably just read it right off the teleprompter. H