1518 The final edition Some all-time favorite entries H
914 Foaling around Breed any two of 100 of the almost 400 horses eligible for this year's Triple Crown races, and name the foal. H
881 What's in a name? Take the name of a person or institution. Find within it a hidden message. P
865 No Googlenopes left Come up with a humorous Googlenope. 2
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. 4
555 A Tsk, A Task Come up with a super-wholesome passage of 25 words or fewer that would likely be banned by the admirable, ever-vigilant site. 2
553 Picture This Tell us what's going on in one or more of the provided cartoons. H
552 What Kind of Foal Am I? Breed any two of the horses on a list of those qualifying for this year's Triple Crown races, and tell us a good name for their foal. Maximum 18 characters, including spaces. H
551 Lost in Translation Find us some comical translations-and-back using Google translator. Feed some passage of English text into the tool--25 words max--and ask it to translate it into one of the five languages offered; then copy the result back into the tool and ask it to translate that back to English. H
535 Picture This Can you tell us what astonishing news Bob Staake is trying to pass on with cartoons? H H
530 Tri Harder Take any word, alter it in three ways--by adding a letter, by subtracting a letter and by changing a letter--and redefine all three new words. 2
523 Hard to Overstate Propose ways to make modern life just a little bit harder than it needs to be. H
522 Being There Set the agenda for a flash mob, one of those existential, Web-arranged, sudden, pointless, instantaneous but brief gatherings of people at odd places, to do odd things. H H
519 Hey, Baby, What's Your Sector? Come up with pickup lines that could be heard only in Washington. H 2
516 Err Apparent Come up with unwise things to say in any of the provided circumstances. H 4
513 It's Delete We Can Do Come up with very bad subject lines for spam e-mail--lines that will guarantee instant deletion, sight unseen. H
510 Universal Embarrassment What would you like to see Miss Universe Pageant contestants asked live, on national TV? H H
508 Letter Rip Take a word from the dictionary, add, change, or delete a single letter, and redefine the word. H H
502 Picture This Who are these people? What are they doing? H H H
500 Ergo-Nomics Create a sillygism--a syllogism that doesn't quite work. H
498 Unamazing But True! Submit a true fact that is of absolutely no use, but interesting in a weirdly Invitationalist way. H
494 Quote-idian Take any extremely banal piece of familiar writing and rewrite it in the style of a famous writer, poet or lyricist. H
491 Hirschfeld Follies Try to figure out which celebrities Bob Staake is trying to draw in imitation of Al Hirschfeld. H H
489 Combo, First Blood Combine two people whose names contain a common element, as in the examples above. Then describe the person, or provide a quote he or she might have uttered. 4
486 A Word From Our Co-Sponsors Come up with bills the new members of Congress might sponsor. Each bill must have at least two sponsors. H
483 Obitter Fate Give us an obit headline for some famous person, currently living or dead. W H H
476 Portmanteautapping Make a new word by squishing together two existing words. The constituent words must share at least two letters. H
473 Offensive Line Find what's offensive in any of the provided cartoons, and explain. H
469 Playing Check-In Suggest appropriate hotel check-in names for any celebrities, past or present, living or dead. H H
451 Make Your Pix Which two of the provided cartoons are related, and how? W
417 Initially Mistaken Take any name of a person or thing, and construct an appropriate message using its letters, in order, as the first letters of the words of your message. H