||For us, it's still Post Time
||"Breed" any two names from the provided list of 100 of the 145 previous Kentucky Derby winners, from 1875 to 2019, and name the foal to humorously reflect the parents' names.
||We beg you to differ
||Explain how any two (or more) items in the provided list are the same or different, or otherwise connected.
||Send us the bill: Our 'joint legislation' game
||Combine two or more names from the provided list of members of Congress to “co-sponsor” a bill based on their combined last names, and state its purpose.
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||Built for two
||Give humorous related names for any pair of features in a given building, organization, etc.
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||Clue us in
||Come up with creative, funny clues for the words and multi-word terms in the provided grid.
||Say that again
||Double a word, or use a word and its homophone, to make a phrase, and define it.
||Other people's business
||Describe what might happen if any of the above institutions (a) were run by an institution of your choice or (b) ran an institution of your choice.
||Choose any two items from the list above and explain why they are alike or are different from each other.
||No Googlenopes left
||Come up with a humorous Googlenope.
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||Create a new homonym (or homophone) for any existing word and define it.
||Overlap two words that share two or more consecutive letters -- anywhere in the word, not just at the beginning or end -- into a single longer word, and define it. AND your portmanteau word must begin with a letter from A through D.
||The Inside Word
||Take any word -- this may include the name of a person or place -- put a portion of it in quotation marks, and redefine the word.
||Come up with an original phrase that generates at least 1 million listings on a Google search.
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||What Kind of Foal Am I?
||Breed any two of the more than 400 horses eligible for this year's Triple Crown races and provide an appropriate name for their foal.
||Send Us the Bill
||Come up with legislation that, given their names, two or more freshman senators or representatives might sponsor together.
||That's the Ticket!
||Explain why any of the items on the list below is qualified to be President of the United States.
||Find any sentence (or a substantive part of a sentence) that appears in the Post or in an article on washingtonpost.com from May 31 through June 9 and come up with a question it might answer.
||Opus 266, No. 3
||Take any common word or two-word term beginning with any letter from A through H and give it a new definition.
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||Pitch Us a No-Hitter
||Send us some genuine Googlenopes. A Googlenope is a phrase or very brief sentence that, entered into the Google search engine with quotation marks around it, produces no hits.
||The Hard Spell
||Write a humorous poem featuring one of the 75 words we've selected from this year's National Spelling Bee.
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||Spell a word backward and define the result, somehow relating the definition to the original word.
||Create a sentence that uses each letter of the alphabet at least once but that would never be heard on the politically correct, genteel, rarified air of NPR.
||HYPHEN THE TERRIBLE II
||Create a new word by combining the first half of any hyphenated word in today's newspaper with the second half of any other hyphenated word elsewhere in the same story, and supply a definition.
||ASK BACKWARD VII
||You are on "Jeopardy!" These are the answers. What are the questions?
||NEW END IN SIGHT
||Come up with new endings to make literary classics more suitable for Hollywood in the 1990s.
||Come up with funny analogies.
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||Come up with spoonerisms, expressions based on the transposition of the initial sounds of two paired words.
||CLUSTERS' LAST STAND
||Take an actual star cluster, redraw the lines into a different image, and give it a new name.