||Botch office sensations
||Add "13" to an existing movie title, and some humorous trouble to the plot.
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||OK, hivemind! A contest with new Scrabble words
||Choose any two of the words in the provided list as the beginning and end of a humorous word chain of 6 to 14 words or phrases.
||Really, now? A matter of degree.
||Tell us an indication to some problem, followed by an even more dire sign.
||As the word turns
||“Discover” a word or multiword term that consists of adjacent letters — in any direction or several directions — in the provided grid, and provide a humorous definition.
||That is so wrong!
||Supply a trivia question along with both the correct answer and a cleverly "wrong" guess.
||Write a caption for one or more of the provided pictures.
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||We only have (googly) eyes for you
||Send us a photo of something that you have made funny by pasting googly eyes on it; funny titles and captions are optional.
||Just do it -- the 'real' way
||List some "accurate" directions for using some product or completing some tak.
||H M |
||Come into Beeing with neologisms
||From any of the 15 provided Spelling Bee letter sets, coin a new term of one or two words and define it humorously. You may also supply an especially clever or funny definition of a real term.
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||Heading for a foal -- our horse name 'breeding' contest
||Your job is to "breed" any two names of the 360 horses nominated for this year's Triple Crown races and name the "foal" to reflect both names.
||Mess with our (or other) heads
||Reinterpret (or comments wryly on) a headline appearing in The Post (print or online) or another publication and dated March 1-12 by writing a bank head.
||Suggest an ill-advised spokesman (dead or alive, or fictional), along with a humorously noooo slogan or jingle.
||H H |
||A cry for Yelp: 'Review' any place
||Write a humorous review, positive or negative, of anyplace (real of fictional) one might visit.
||What lies (are) ahead for 2018
||Jokingly predict some news event to happen in 2018.
||H H |
||The year in redo, Part 2
||Enter (or reenter) any Style Invitational contest from Week 1230 through Week 1254.
||The year in redo, Part 1
||Enter (or re-enter) any Style Invitational contest from Week 1203 through Week 1229, except for Weeks 1205 and 1206.
||Picture this -- a caption contest
||Provide a funny caption for any of the provided cartoons.
||It's a med, med, med, med world
||Invent a clever name for a new medical product, and specify the condition it would treat.
||Thanking outside the box
||Tell us something to be thankful for.
||Ask Backwards 36
||Choose any of the 15 provided items and follow it with a question that it could humorously answer.
||C'mon, fess up!
||Send us a brief "confession" -- there will be categories for true and just-kidding.
||Offer a quote from a script whose title you've given a different plot.
||Primed for product reviews
||Send us a creative "review" for any of the provided items that are listed on Amazon.
||We bid you: No T-R-U-M-P
||Coin a new term, or choose an existing one, whose letters do not include a T, R, U, M, or P, and write a humorous definition.
||Give us a "then/now" joke.
|| Combine two movie titles and describe the result.
||TankaWanka 3: Haiku Plus Tu
||Write a TankaWanka about something that's been in the news lately. The poem must consist of five lines of 5, 7, 5, 7 and 7 syllables in that order. And at least two of the lines must rhyme.
||That movie is SO about you
||Name someone who was the "secret inspiration" for a certain movie.
||O pedantry, O pedantry
||Give us some humorous pedantry.
||Write a haiku that incorporates a pun.
||So what's to liken?
||Take any two items from the provided list and explain how they're similar or different, or connect the some other way.
||An 8-year Re-Onion
||Write a fictional Onion-type headline.
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||Submit a "Dear Blank" letter to us instead.
||Look Back in Inker
||Enter any Style Invitational from Week 841 through Week 890 (except for Week 844).
||Mess with our heads
||Take any headline, verbatim, appearing anywhere in The Post or on washingtonpost.com from Sept. 10 through Sept. 20 and reinterpret it by adding a "bank head."