This week's question: A Louisiana woman who used Gorilla Glue to keep her hair in place — and soon found she couldn't remove the stuff — blamed the company, complaining that the glue's labeling only warns against getting the product "in eyes, on skin, or on clothing." If a movie studio were to make a drama about her ordeal, what should the film be titled?

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RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "As Glued as It Gets"
Bob Colman, Palm Desert, California

SECOND PLACE: "Dry Hard with a Vengeance"
David Buch, Langhorne, Pennsylvania

THIRD PLACE: "Epoxylypse Ow"
Amy Torchinsky, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"The Hurt Locks"
Rick Torrence, The Village, Oklahoma

"Tangled Up in Glue"
Kim Doyle, Woolwich, Maine

"The Tort and the Hair"
Phyllis Klein, New York City

"Desperately Seeking Scissors"
Tom Beckwith, Raleigh, North Carolina

"The Lady Varnishes"
Dave Grossman, Petaluma, California

"Sticky Business"
Ann Hubler, Sidney, Ohio

"Forest Clump"
Tom Seelinger, Cary, North Carolina

"Hairstay"
Cary Chaffee, Washington, D.C.

"Taming of the 'Do"
Alicia Lux, Houston

"Sticker Shock"
Carol Anday, Eagle River, Wisconsin

"From Hair to Eternity"
Jim Freeman, Richmond, Maine

"'Do Process"
Lidia Zidik, Reading, Pennsylvania

"Gorilla on the Miss"
Stephen Greenfield, Ellensburg, Washington

"Mad About Glue"
Jason Kuller, Gainesville, Virginia

"Stuck on Me"
Bob Cascarano, Watersmeet, Michigan

"Haired Stiff"
Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania

"Blames Bond"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

"Gorillas in the Mistake"
Mike Kraft, Avon Lake, Ohio