The Week contest
This week’s question: A string of U.S. radio stations have banned the 1944 song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” over fears that the suggestive holiday classic may be “triggering” and inappropriate for the #MeToo era. If a musician were to record a holiday song guaranteed not to offend anyone, what title would it have?
Last week’s contest: A British supermarket chain has become the country’s first mainstream grocer to sell edible insects, stocking its shelves with Smoky BBQ Crunchy Roasted Crickets. If a U.S. restaurant were to open a chain of eateries serving nutritious, bug-based meals, what would it be called?
THE WINNER: Pupa John’s Thomas Mistele, Flemington, N.J.
SECOND PLACE: Cricket Barrel Greg Mistele, Peapack, N.J.
THIRD PLACE: Tick-fil-A Harvey Rosenhouse, East Windsor, N.J.
For runners-up and complete contest rules, please go to theweek.com/contest.
How to enter: Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com. Please include your name, address, and daytime telephone number for verification; this week, type “PC holiday” in the subject line. Entries are due by noon, Eastern Time, Tuesday, Jan. 1. Winners will appear on the Puzzle Page next issue and at theweek.com/puzzles on Friday, Jan. 4. In the case of identical or similar entries, the first one received gets credit.