1224 We beg you to differ Explain how any two (or more) items in the provided list are the same or different, or otherwise connected. H
955 Twits' twist Create a phrase by combining a word or phrase with an anagram of that word or phrase, and define or describe it. L
894 Look Back in Inker Enter any Style Invitational from Week 841 through Week 890 (except for Week 844). 2
892 Get a move on Change the location of something for humorous effect. Provide an explanation if you wish. H
861 It's incumbent upon us Combine the names of two or more freshman members of Congress to create "joint legislation." This week's pool of legislators includes only those who were elected to their seats before 1994, the first year we ran the freshman contest. H
699 Our Greatest Hit Take a word, term or name that begins with E, F, G or H; either add one letter, subtract one letter, replace one letter, or transpose two letters; and define the new word. H H
544 You Gotta Have Heart Write us some valentine sentiments from one particular person (real or fictional) to another. H
493 A Major Offensive Find something anywhere in today's Washington Post and complain about it with absurd oversensitivity. 2
476 Portmanteautapping Make a new word by squishing together two existing words. The constituent words must share at least two letters. H
466 Spit the Difference Tell us the difference between any two of the provided items. H H
337 DEGREES OF DIFFICULTY Take a quality you wish to quantify and devise the perfect icon to measure it. Then give us an example of the extremes. H
306 YOUNGIAN THERAPY Suggest ways in which the Style Invitational or any other Washington area institution can become more relevant to younger people. H
90 BILL US NOW Come up with funny legislation based on the names of the 102 freshman congresspersons. 3