Last week's question: After North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called President Trump a "dotard," Google saw an immediate spike in searches for that rarely-used word, which means "an old person, especially one who has become weak or senile." If Kim were to publish a collection of creative insults to use against rivals and enemies, what title could he give the book?

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RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Nuclear Burns"
Natalie Mann, Los Angeles

SECOND PLACE: "Rogue's Thesaurus"
Phyllis Klein, New York City

THIRD PLACE: "38 Unparalleled Putdowns"
Paul Pettinelli, Charlton, Mass.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"From F-Bomb to H-Bomb"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pa.

"Korean Barb-ecue"
Laurel Wroten, Petaluma, Calif.

"The I-Ding"
Susan Songer, Portland, Ore.

"Norks Vs. Dorks"
Sarah Tillman, Tucson, Ariz.

"War & Tease"
Sarah Vandehey, Lake Oswego, Ore.

"Cheap Shots from Rocket Man"
Michael M. Lehrer, Encino, Calif.

"Verbal Missiles"
Val Coppo, Excelsior, Minn.

"Supreme Unsults"
Michael Krakow, Lake Ariel, Pa.

"A Slam and a Pan from The Rocket Man"
Richard Donelly, Providence, R.I.

"Un-Common Disses"
Richard Condon, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.

"Un-Complimentary"
Alice Raven, Woodstock, Ga.

"D is for Dotard: Kim's ABC of Insults"
Kathy El-Assal, Middleton, Wis.

"The Sayings of Chairman Mouth"
Patrick Tuite, New York City

"Words of Mass Denigration"
Andy A. Barntine, Dallas

"On the Goad"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"KimPolitics"
Dan Barch, Pittsburgh