For each category you are given, name things that begin with the letters in "G.I. Joe." For example, given the category "large," the answers could be "gigantic," "immense," "jumbo," "oversized" and "enormous."
Last Week's Challenge
From Ed Pegg Jr., the creator of the website MathPuzzle.com: Rearrange the letters in the phrase "rabbit season" into two related words. What are the words?
Answer: Bass, baritone
Winner: Denise DiNoto of Waterford, N.Y.
Next Week's Challenge
Name a country that is spelled as a solid word. Change two consecutive letters in it to a single R. The result will name a problem that this country has traditionally faced. What's the country and what's the problem?
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