Last week's question: A British tech firm has designed a smartphone app that stops users from making drunken online purchases by freezing their credit cards for 12 hours when their blood-alcohol level exceeds a certain limit. If a U.S. tech giant were to launch a similar app that restrains drunken behavior, what name could it give it?

Click here for the results of last week's contest: Bad date

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "NoWayPal"
Vivien Abraham, Trumbull, Conn.

SECOND PLACE: "Hindr"
Joel Chanvisanuruk, Cincinnati

THIRD PLACE: "Süber"
Ross Sippel, Pasadena, Calif.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Pint-er-test"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"Beer Googles"
Loren W. Noblitt, Zionsville, Ind.

"OverDraft"
Simone Butler, San Diego

"Stumblr"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"SoUber"
Roscoe Hutchinson, Atlanta

"Sotify"
Dick LaVine, New York City

"Sobriety-Bay"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vt.

"Intoxigram"
Dave Worth, Custer, Wis.

"Hic-app"
Colleen McEwen, Franklin, Mass.

"The App of Yeast Resistance"
Gordon Clawson, Ojai, Calif.

"No More Gilt"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Ind.

"Alcohalt"
Stuart Carlow, Silver Spring, Md.

"Ven-No"
Valerie Resnick, New York City

"Ch-app-erone"
Andrew Tuite, Chicago

"BendRDefendR"
Kevin Gillogly, Thousand Oaks, Calif.

"Drunken Do-Nots"
Suzanne Brooks, Quechee, Vt.