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Style Invitational Week 890: A contest to combine two sports team names

(Bob Staake for The Washington Post)

LOOFA, A FOOL: Two things in Bill O'Reilly's shower in 2004 (Ira Allen, Bethesda)

CALFLAC: Livestock insurance. (Mike Duffy, Washington; Ann Martin)

TOYOTATOYOT : Something that's hard to stop once it gets going. (Ann Martin)

FREE BEERF: How it sounds after four or five of them. (Craig Dykstra)

T. ELIOT'S TOILET: Where "The Waste Land" was written. (Chris Doyle, Ponder, Tex.)

YARD POOP DRAY: What you need to clean up after your two St. Bernards. (Mae Scanlan, Washington)

ABU TUBA: Iraqi prison whose inmates are subjected to the cruelest torture. (Frank Mullen III)

TARP-RAT: You think bedbugs in hotel rooms are bad? Wait till you go camping and see these guys. (Melissa Yorks, Gaithersberg)

DECAF-FACED: Sleepy-looking. (Craig Dykstra)

TESTES ROCK-CORSET SET: A jockstrap and cup. (Chris Doyle)

STATTATS: One way for conceited athletes to show off their career numbers. (Tom Witte, Montgomery Village)

POPEPOP: High-fructose Communion beverage designed to bring kids back to Mass. (Jeff Brechlin, Eagan, Minn.)

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