We take a story from the news and you write a punning headline. Now it's results time.
This week was a story about police trying to trace a lorry-load of whisky which was stolen while the driver took a shower at a motorway service station. The truck was driven off from Reading Services in Berkshire and later found abandoned but empty.
So, how did you do? Well, there were some extremely popular themes.
Scotch Missed - or variations on the theme - were sent in from Michael Gallagher, Gary Belshaw, Jake Perks, Mike Grimes, Andy in Leeds, Sarah in Dartmouth, Helen Eva, Jeremy Stevenson, Steve Hickman, Akilah, Stu Webb, Grollope, Bunny, Violette Cameron, Bryn Roberts, N Willing, Ron King and Richard Peers. Phew.
Inspired by a wee dram were Neil, Matt B and Steve Hickman with Dram Raid. Thinking along the same lines were Lynn with Dram Raiders, also Cameron Smith and David Regan with Dram Busters.
There's more. Got Away Scotch Free - or something very close to that - was the entry sent in by Muhammad Isa, Phil Whitehead, Will Parkhouse, Richard Clarke, Peter, Lynn and Theron Bigland. Along the same lines was Scotch and Robbers suggested by Matthew.
Another goodie was Whisky Business , sent in by Tony and also Neil. Whisky Manouvere was sent in by Phil in Cardiff.
An honourable mention for individuality goes to Steven Gray for Thieves Tippled-Pink , Graz for Scotcha! and Murray Milne for Nips and Truck .
But MM's personal favourites this week were The Great Grain Robbery from Sarah, Malt, In The Name Of The Law from James Lynden and Malt Teaser from Stephen C in Winchester. Bravo, top of the class.
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