This week's Washington Post word contest (the Style Invitational) is about Googlenopes. Apparently this word was already in existence, for those of you who have been following the thread on "How Are New Words Added to English?" A Googlenope is a phrase which yields no Google hits when entered with quotation marks. Until now of course. They're on the Post's website and ours. Some of the winners: "All the girls loved my Camry" "Museum of Suburban Culture" "Fox News is more accurate than" "The weapons system came in under budget" "Three-star Scottish cuisine" "Cheney's crisis of conscience" "Once again, my husband was right and I was wrong" "That controversial Gilligan's Island episode" "Utah's biggest party school" "President Bush carefully considered" "Poems about hirudiniasis" "Darfur condo rentals" "One sexy imam" "Honest electable Democrat" "Honest electable Republican"