On-air challenge: Every answer this week is a six-letter word that contains two consecutive F's. Use each anagram of the other four letters to find the full six-letter word.
For example, given the word ride, the answer is differ.
Last week's challenge from listener Daniel Grossman: Name something in three syllables that an auto mechanic might have. Move the second and third syllables to the front. The result, with some respacing, will name a group of auto mechanics. What is it?
Answer: Screwdriver, driver's crew.
Winner: John Fredericks on North Arlington, N.J.
Next week's challenge: This challenge comes from listener Joe Krozel of Creve Coeur, Mo., and it involves a spoonerism. (To recap, that's where you exchange the initial consonant sounds of two words to get two new words. For example, a spoonerism of "light rain" is "right lane.")
Name two animals. Exchange their initial consonant sounds, and the result in two words will be the name of a third animal. What is it?
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