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The Week contest: Bound together

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This week’s question: A Ukrainian couple has spent 100 days chained at the wrist after going through a rocky patch in which they broke up every week, and have pledged to remain bound until they’re wed. If the couple were to write a relationship book on the joys and struggles of being handcuffed to your loved one, what should it be titled?

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RESULTS:

THE WINNER: “Happily Tethered After”

Rebecca Burgan, Petaluma, California

SECOND PLACE: “Stand by Your Man-acle”

William Montgomery, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee

THIRD PLACE: “Terms of Entrapment”

Jon Longacre, Wooster, Ohio

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

“No Chain, No Gain”

Joel Nelson, Goleta, California

“For Fetters or Worse”

Linda Hood, Manchester, New Hampshire

“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Chains”

Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania

“Cuffs Link”

Tom Waldron, Santa Ana, California

“Restraints of the Day”

Joyce Salter, La Crescenta, California

“Cuff Love”

Peter Gordon, Great Neck, New York

“From Shackles to Chapel”

Kathy Chelstowski, Keene, New Hampshire

“Have a Ball, Get Chained”

James Mooney, Portland, Oregon

“Wed-Locked”

Paige Anderson, Portland, Oregon

“Shackling Up”

Erica Avery, Greenfield, Massachusetts

“Love Holds the Key”

Jason Kuller, Gainesville, Virginia

“To Have and Have Knot”

Lidia Zidik, Reading, Pennsylvania

“Chained Melody”

Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

“A Wristed Development”

Janine Witte, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

“Bind Somebody to Love”

Jennifer Kitchin, New Smyrna Beach, Florida

“A Long and Binding Road”

Don Booty, Naperville, Illinois

“Cuff It Out”

Robert Berest, Manhasset, New York

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