Welcome back to the New York Magazine Competition. On alternate Mondays (or, this week, Tuesday), we lay out a challenge and offer sample responses. Enter in the comments section or on Twitter with the hashtag we’ve provided, and the editors will select a winner. Criteria are highly subjective, but heavily retweeted and favorited posts will have an advantage. The prize is a year’s subscription to New York in print or a two-year subscription to the iPad edition (winner’s choice). Full rules are here.
COMPETITION NO. 67: “LEAP-YEAR MOVIES.” Please offer a movie title altered to accommodate this month’s calendar adjustment. For example:
29 DAYS LATER
THE EXTRA DAY OF THE LOCUST
THE 160-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN
Enter on Twitter with the hashtag #leapyearmovies, or in the comments thread below, by March 3.
RESULTS OF COMPETITION No. 66, “NEAR-MISS SONGS,” in which you were asked to provide a song title that almost works.
HONORABLE MENTION TO:
Who Is Zooming Whom?
Dust Like A Woman
Bernie and the Jets
We Can Twerk It Out
My Boyfriend’s Black
The Edward I. Koch Memorial Bridge Song
I Heard It Through the Facebook
You’re So Veiny
99 Bottles of Milk on the Wall
If I Had a Million Canadian Dollars
You Can’t Always Want What You Get
You Don’t Bring Me Flour
Abraham, Martin, and John, CPAs
Unchained Mel Gibson
Purple Nurple Haze
AND THE WINNER IS:
I Wanna Hold Your Ham