1179 Blasted alphabetical contests . . . Coin a three-word phrase whose words begin with A, B and C -- in any order -- and describe it. H
1093 You're only as rich as you fee What are some really bad ideas for various businesses to make a few more bucks? H
1008 Switched reels Re-arrange all the words in the title of a movie, and describe the resulting work. H
976 Join now! Combine the beginning and end of any two words or names in this week's Style Invitational or Style Conversational columns to make a new term, and define it. H
871 Remarquees Change a movie title by one letter (or number, if the title includes a number) and describe the new film. H
865 No Googlenopes left Come up with a humorous Googlenope. H
762 Look This Up in Your Funk & Wagnalls Supply the pair of terms listed at the top of a page of any print dictionary to indicate the first and last listings on the page, and define that hyphenated term. H 3
602 Take a Letter -- Again Take a word, term or name that begins with A, B, C or D; either add one letter, subtract one letter, replace one letter, or transpose two letters; and define the new word. H
577 Teledubbies Slightly change the title of a TV show, past or present, and describe it. H
532 Short Pans Come up with a terse review (four words or fewer) of any work of art. H
524 Around Things Moving Take the title of any book or movie, rearrange the words, and explain what the new book or movie is about. 3
523 Hard to Overstate Propose ways to make modern life just a little bit harder than it needs to be. H
462 Cast Away Come up with a terrible bit of miscasting in a movie or TV show, past or present, real or imagined. H
439 No Can Do Write signs of incompetence. H
336 THE "STY"LE INVITATIONAL Choose any word and emphasize a single part of it, as though you were saying the word out loud with "air quotes" around the key part. Then redefine the word. You cannot alter the spelling of the word. H H H 1
171 ON SECOND THOUGHT Ideas that never got off the drawing board, for good reason. H
161 CAPITOL MISTAKES Come up with very, very bad advice for first-time visitors to Washington. H
118 WEAK 118 Take any photo caption or headline appearing anywhere in today's Post and alter its meaning by adding, deleting, or changing one letter. H