Even jezebel.com is getting into the S&W 50th anniversary act (Sadie, "Stylistas", 4/16/2009):
The Elements of Style, Strunk and White's timeless usage and composition handbook, is 50 today. Please place a preposition after the relative pronoun in its honor.
I applaud this attempt to re-purpose words that have otherwise lost their meaning in popular culture, but frankly, the results are a stylistic disappointment.
"A preposition after the relative pronoun" is so 2006, so boringly Wall Street. These post-bubble times demand something fun, even something a little bit silly. You could honor the Elements by draping a pluperfect subjunctive seductively on a simple background of passive voices. Or you could surround a definite description with a sassy spray of present participles.
There are thousands of possibilities, and I hope that the innovative thinkers at jezebel.com will do better next time.