February 25th, 2004
|12:13 am - Ask The Audience|
What question should I ask in my next poll?
Edited to add: POLLING ENDS!
I shall ask all the questions you have suggested in a follow-up post in about 24 hours' time. The idea is that hopefully you will get me to ask questions which will get me into a sociable amount of trouble - that is, get me into trouble for asking questions that I shouldn't really ask, not you lot for answering them. Common sense applies: questions of the form "did you know (insert something libellous)?" and "what you do think of <a href="http://www.grosspicture.cx/">this</a>?", would be most unwelcome. The questions will all be asked so that anyone can answer and anyone can view the answers, so if you suggest that I ask anything too personal, it seems most unlikely that anyone will bother to answer that question. The questions will be asked with text reply boxes, unless you convince me to use tickyboxes for your question instead by providing me with some really funny options. I won't reveal who asked me to ask which question and I may or may not answer the questions myself.
Current Mood: experimental
Erick and Brig, you're back in play. You both only need two more numbers for a full house and the chance to play the M. Dickson Mastercard.
Hmm. If there can be such things as RPGs derived from the Harry Potter fandom, can there be RPGs derived from the game show fandom at large?
DAMN. I thought you found a new goatse-esque site... alas, simply a 404.
Gah. Why are common-sense rules LJ-cut? Sorry, ignore the question I subbed.
What a frightfully hilarious take on the old meme.
Boy are you going to be in for a world of hurt when you ask my question. Or just hilarity. I do have a sick sense of humor.
I am not authorized to view the answers (meaning the questions)? Phooey.
They'll all be asked tomorrow, so you will get to see them; the reason why I've hidden the answers (er, questions) in this poll is so that people don't know who asked what tomorrow (er, "in about 8 hours"). Of course, people can always claim that particular questions were theirs if it were a big issue, but the potential for getting me in trouble is greater if you can do so anonymously. That's the theory, at least.