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February 26th, 2004


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01:19 am - Well done, everybody!

Poll #254348 The 25 questions that should not be asked.

What sort of ladies' underwear would suit me best?

Have you ever considered making a drastic change in your life, and if so, what was it?

Were you aware of my predilection for children's TV presenters?

When/where/with whom was your first kiss? Was it any good?

Isn't brad a poopyhead?

What is your most memorable experience involving the colour orange?

What have I got in my pocket?

Who is the most overrated Harry Potter fan fiction author?

Suppose a cop and a felon get into a crash; you only have one bag of blood, but it is obvious that the felon needs it more to survive. Who gets the bag?

What have you done to make yourself happy today?

Which of these was funniest:

Siegfried & Roy being attacked by a tiger
3(11.1%)
George W. Bush choking on a pretzel
21(77.8%)
the woman who sued McDonalds for the hot coffee on her lap
3(11.1%)

Have you stopped taking advantage of your friends?

Yes
9(34.6%)
No
17(65.4%)

Why is a raven like a writing desk?

Whose secrets are you keeping?

Do you want to see my elephant?

In a situation that demands it, is it better to steal or beg for food?

What is your favourite game?

Why are common-sense rules LJ-cut?

So, why *did* the chicken cross the road?

About what are you guilty?

How many fandom members have you had any kind of romantic or sexual contact with?

What question should I ask in my next poll?

What question should I ask in my next poll?

What question should I ask in my next poll?

What was the question I should have asked in my previous poll?



Thank you all so much for those! Let's see if anyone answers them. The three great minds who think alike might wish to identify themselves for mutual amusement. There was also one (welcome!) textbook example of an unwelcome question from a known fake account.

In other news, bookshop is campaigning for her home town of Bloomington, IN to issue marriage licenses for same-sex marriages; please consider downloading the petition from her site, filling it in and returning it to her. (Teessiders wishing to save the cost of postage, please apply here.) Out-of-state submissions are welcome and this includes out-of-country submissions. All the petitions are going to her directly, which is wise; should informed advice be that international submissions would hinder the cause then she should be able to strip them out before the final presentation to the local authorities.

Britons, a counterpart online petition asks for UK-wide counterpart legislation. Online petitions are inherently less good than physical ones, but better than nothing; I note that Stonewall aren't petitioning right now, though their campaigning continues apace.
Current Mood: quixoticdreading to think
Current Music: Be For U - "Graduation" (gentle DDR Extreme J-pop tune)it!)

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From:v_vconservative
Date:February 26th, 2004 07:13 am (UTC)
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There was also one (welcome!) textbook example of an unwelcome question from a known fake account.

Now who could that have been?
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From:bookshop
Date:February 26th, 2004 01:19 pm (UTC)
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oh, I love you. :)

oh, okay, and, see, my question?

what have you done to make yourself happy today?

-- I signed Aja's marriage petition.


that just... yeah.

*smiles*
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From:jiggery_pokery
Date:February 27th, 2004 09:59 pm (UTC)
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There was a song which had a bit of an impact, ooh, two years ago in the UK where the crucial line of the chorus was

"what have you done today... to make yourself proud?"

Didn't everyone like the M People at the time? (No. - Ed)
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From:bookshop
Date:February 26th, 2004 01:45 pm (UTC)
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Also, OKAY. can i just say. PEOPLE. what is the DEAL with the Gollum-speak?!

Also. The colors orange and green, as commented on by somebody up there? I *love* orange and green together. Paul Cezanne used that basic color scheme a lot in his landscapes, and orange/green *always* makes me think of Cezanne, who is my favorite artist. I love it.

:)
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From:catalana
Date:February 26th, 2004 11:36 pm (UTC)
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I don't mind orange and green together per se. It was more the fact that she had this duvet which was neon orange and neon green (almost chartreuse). I don't think I'd have liked those colours separately - together they were unbearable.
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From:pseudomonas
Date:February 27th, 2004 12:55 am (UTC)
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The gollum-speak was thoroughly provoked in that instance.
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From:imc
Date:February 27th, 2004 10:01 am (UTC)
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The three great minds who think alike might wish to identify themselves for mutual amusement.

Hah. I didn't expect you to put that in the poll, let alone three times.
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From:jiggery_pokery
Date:February 27th, 2004 10:00 pm (UTC)
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Hey! Three different people nominated it with identical wording, two with identical punctuation. What else could I do? :-)

All about the self-reflexiveness!
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From:irinaauthor
Date:March 1st, 2004 07:27 pm (UTC)
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I didn't see this poll until today, but I just answered it. Great questions!
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From:jiggery_pokery
Date:March 2nd, 2004 09:02 pm (UTC)
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Amusingly, I can't take the credit for any of them. :-)

However, now I know who has a fascination about ladies' underwear - and, specifically, me in ladies' underwear. No names, no pack drill...

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