1583 A Thousand Words Write a funny poem about the artwork of your choice. H 2
1582 You're Workin' on a Chain, Gang A classic connection game. H H
1579 Captions Courageous Write a description for any of six photos H
1578 The Pepys Show Give us a diary entry from anyone in history. H
1576 Praise the Lurid! Give us clickbait headlines for mundane stories. H H H H
1574 Oh, Grandpa, Stop! Turn a 'dad joke' into a less-tame 'grandpa joke' W
1571 Dead Letters, our annual obit contest Write a funny verse about someone who died in 2023. H
1570 The Invitational, Week 52: Replaying Around -- The 2023 retrospective, Part II Enter or reenter our Week 26-50. H H H H H
1569 Look Back in Inker -- Our 2023 retrospective, Part 1 Enter or reenter our Week 1-25 contests. H
1568 Nextra! Nextra! Tell us the funny news events from 2024 H H H
1567 Picture This A caption contest H H
1564 "Air" "Quotes" A new forefinger contest H H
1562 Rhyme and Rhyme Again Write a funny "monorhyme", a poem whose lines all rhyme on the same sound. H 3
1561 Let It Be a Lesson to Us Tell us some things to be learned from Costco, the bathroom, TV shows, etc. 4
1559 As the Word Turns 'Discover' new words by snaking through this random grid H H
1555 Do You Have to Spell It Out for Us? Give us "backronyms" H H
1553 Doody and Muldoon Write a Muldoon, a four-line poem that features at least two body parts and a place name, and at least one rhyme. H
1551 Ask Backwards XLII We give the answers. You give the questions. H 2
1549 The Tile Invitational X It's our 10th running of this coin-a-word game. H
1546 Put It in Bee-verse Write a funny poem using a spelling bee word H H
1545 Their Base Behavior Tell humorously how some business or organization could alter its product or message to appeal to Trump’s cult. H
1544 Same Difference Tell us humorously how items on the list are alike, different, or otherwise linked. H
1543 F Things Up Neologisms by adding Fs or changing letters to F H H H H H
1542 Your (B)ad Here Tweak an ad slogan to use it for another product H
1541 Wrong enough for ya? Fake facts about the weather H H
1540 Picture This It's caption contest time, with eight motley pictures to choose from. H 4
1539 Get Real, Reel Name a scene in a movie, a TV show, or literature, and tell us how it might be revised (perhaps less satisfyingly but far more realistically) H
1538 Rhymes Against Humanity Write a four-line poem about people in the news, using either of two poetic forms W H
1536 Colt Following Now that we have the winner and punners-up of our venerable foal-name contest, it's time for 'grandfoals'. H H
1535 The Poops Diorama Make some funny art with toilet paper and send us a photo. 4
1534 Pun for the Roses Our renowned horse name 'breeding' contest returns! H
1528 It's Our Birthday. Party Like It's 1993. As the Invite turns 30, enter your choice of contests from our year of infancy H H 4
1525 Arty Har-har Give us an idea for a humorously audacious modern art work 3
1524 Picture This A caption contest H
1521 Send Us the Bill Our "Joint Legislation" contest W
1520 Nextra! Nextra! Read All About it. Predict the big news events of 2023 H 4
1519 Dead Letters The post-Post humor contest barely skips a beat as the Czar and Empress begin with the annual obit poems. W H
1515 Munich-ipals -- European "sister cities Choose any two or more towns from the 51 countries in Europe/Eurasia and come up with a joint endeavor the “sister cities” would undertake. H
1513 You're such a card Come up with a greeting card rhyme for an un-greeting-card occasion. H
1511 The inside word--our 'air quote' contest Highlight part of a word, name or short phrase in “air quotes” to give the word a new meaning or description. H
1510 Only U (or A, E, I or O) Write a humorous univocalic poem — one that uses only one of the vowels A, E, I, O or U H
1508 Tour de Fours XIX —Laughtime Achievement Coin a word or phrase containing the letters E-L-D-N — consecutively but in any order — and describe it. H
1507 All over the map! Choose one of the contiguous 48 U.S. states or D.C. Then write a funny slogan for that state by “traveling a route” from that state into several others. Use the first letters of the states in your route as the first letters of the words in your slogan. H
1506 Let's go magnet-fishing with new words From the provided list, write a humorous poem of eight lines or fewer. 4
1505 Munici-pals Choose any two or more real U.S. or Canadian towns — they need to show up on a Google search — and come up with a joint endeavor they would undertake. H H H H
1502 It's Hi-time for Limerixicon XIX Supply a humorous, previously unpublished limerick significantly featuring any word, name or term beginning with “hi-. H
1497 The if-word Give us a "what if" scenario and its humorous result H
1496 Same Difference -- compare two items on this list Tell us humorously how any two (or more) items on the provided list are alike or different, or linked in some other way. H H H
1491 The add biz Choose any word, name or phrase beginning with A throough E, then add any single letter of the alphabet to it -- one or more times -- and define the result or show how it would be used. H H H H
1487 Colt following -- now it's the grandfoals Breed" any of the "foal" names provided in today's results (including the intro) and give the "grandfoal" a name that reflects both names. 2
1486 No can do: Signs of incompetence Give us a clue that someone was incompetent in a given field. H
1480 Oh, you don't really mean that Define" inaccurately and humorously any of the provided words. H
1478 It's a small, small world Write a humorous poem, eight lines max, using only words from the provided list of 1,000 most common English words. W
1477 Thinking outside the big box Send us a humorous "review" for any of the provided items listed on<\em>. H H
1476 Matchless humor -- show us some Googlenopes Find us a Googlenope -- a phrase in quotation marks that generates the message "It looks like there aren't many matches for your search" -- or a Googleyup, a phrase that surprisingly does have hits. H
1474 Hyphen the Terrible Combine one side of a hyphenated word or phrase with one side of another such term -- either side can be the end or the beginning -- to create a new term. AND! Both halves of the term must come from the same issue of a newspaper (The Post or another one) or published the same day on its website, Feb. 3 through 14. H
1471 Tour de Fours XVIII: B-I-D-E with us Coin a word or phrase containing the letters B-I-D-E -- consecutively but in any order, and describe it. H
1470 Your add here -- a prefix feast Add a "prefix" -- by which we mean at least one syllable of any kind (but not multiple words) -- to the beginning of any word in well-known phrase, name, book title, etc., and describe the result. H
1468 The Year in Redo, Part 2 Enter (or reenter) any Style Invitational contest from Week 1440 through 1464. H
1466 Be invitationally correct Give us a funny "correction" that a newspaper or magazine might offer. H
1463 Fork over some (new) Spoonerisms Write and original Q-A joke featuring a spoonerism. H