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
1489 Let's movie things around Rearrange the words of a movie title to create a new movie, then describe it H 2
1440 It's parody time! Write a satiric song about anything in the news these days. H
1437 One-offs: A 'typo' neologism contest You're a fat-fingered typist: Change a word, name or phrase by either adding or substituting one letter that's adjacent (in any direction) to the original one on a regular QWERTY keyboard, or by doubling the correct letter. H H
1436 Haven't seen it: Fun with movie titles Misinterpret a movie title in a supposed plot description. 4
1430 Back to racing speed with the 'foals' Breed" any two of the provided names of the 100 horses nominated for the 2021 Triple Crown races and name the "foal" to humorously play off both parents' names. H
1187 Just drop it, okay? Drop the last letter from an existing word, phrase or name and define the result. H
1019 What a turnoff Tell us some creative things that children and families could do during Screen-Free Week. H
965 Foaling around Breed any two of the horses in this year's Triple Crown races and name their foal. H
944 Uh, yeah, it's just you Give us one or more "Is it just me" questions. H 4
934 Same difference Explain how any two items in the provided list are similar or different. H
924 Doomed to repeat it Create "Unreal Facts" about history. H
921 Give Us Willies Write an original Little Willie poem, perhaps reflecting our current era. This is a venerable four-line genre in which Master W. does some nasty thing and doesn't tend to learn to be a Good Boy by poem's end. H
919 Good Luck With 13 Alter a 13-letter word, phrase or name by one letter (add a letter, drop a letter, switch two letters somewhere in the word, or substitute one letter for another) and describe the result. H
918 Colt Following Breed any two "foals" in today's results, or one foal with one of the real horse names used in today's entries--and name the "grandfoal." The name may not exceed 18 characters, including spaces, and your entry shouldn't remotely duplicate any of today's results. H H
916 Bank shots Take any headline, verbatim, appearing anywhere in The Post or on from April 22 through May 2 and reinterpret it by adding a "bank head," or subtitle. H
912 Pair-a-phrase Lift a word that appears inside a longer word; pair it with the original word to create a phrase; and define it. 2
910 Your ad here Slightly alter an advertising slogan so that someone else could use it. H
908 Recast away Fire an actor or actress from a movie or TV show, past or present, and offer a replacement for the role. H