All Previous Polls: 701-750
Poll 701: Would you invite an exact copy of yourself to a party you were throwing? Would you accept?
Total votes: 836
|I'd invite myself, and I'd accept! It'd be fun!: 406 (48.6%)|
|I wouldn't invite myself, and I wouldn't care - I'd go do something else instead!: 214 (25.6%) |
|I'd invite myself out of politeness, but I wouldn't accept (it'd be awkward): 169 (20.2%)|
|I wouldn't invite myself (it'd be weird), but I'd be upset not to be invited: 47 (5.6%)|
Poll 702: How adventurous are you with food?
Total votes: 770
|I'll try new things when they look appetising, but not if it's weird: 238 (30.9%) |
|I mostly stick with what I know, but try new things occasionally: 230 (29.9%)|
|I love trying new food! Will try most things, but I have limits.: 141 (18.3%)|
|I'm adventurous, I actively seek out new flavours and experiences: 69 (9.0%)|
|I always stick with meals I know and like: 44 (5.7%)|
|I stick with food made with familiar ingredients: 24 (3.1%)|
|I'll try ANYTHING! Bugs, eyeballs, you name it!: 24 (3.1%)|
Poll 703: How often do you clean the crumbs out of your toaster?
Total votes: 900
|I don't have a toaster: 211 (23.4%)|
|Wait, that's a thing people do?: 195 (21.7%)|
|Once or twice a year: 169 (18.8%)|
|Every few months: 112 (12.4%)|
|Every 2 or 3 years: 93 (10.3%)|
|Monthly: 56 (6.2%)|
|When the toaster catches fire: 38 (4.2%)|
|I just buy a new toaster every so often: 16 (1.8%) |
|Weekly: 10 (1.1%)|
Poll 704: Do you listen to the radio?
Total votes: 1025
|I only listen to the radio in the car: 404 (39.4%)|
|I listen to the radio in places other than the car: 319 (31.1%) |
|I own a radio but don't listen to it: 159 (15.5%)|
|I don't own a radio: 143 (14.0%)|
Poll 705: When do you take your Christmas decorations down?
Total votes: 708
|I don't have any: 191 (27.0%)|
|December 26 (Boxing Day): 2 (0.3%)|
|Some time before New Year: 45 (6.4%)|
|A day or two after New Year: 123 (17.4%)|
|The traditional end of the season, Twelfth Night (January 5 or 6): 192 (27.1%) |
|I usually get round to it some time later in January: 109 (15.4%)|
|February or later!: 21 (3.0%)|
|Easter, specifically: 1 (0.1%)|
|The decorations stay up all year round: 24 (3.4%)|
One person wrote in, "Typically sometime around the first weekend after New Year", and another wrote, "The traditional end of the season, Candlemas (February 2)".
I included Easter as an option because that was what my grandparents always did. The Christmas decorations would go up on Christmas Eve, no earlier, and stay up until Easter. They claimed it was traditional and the correct way to do it, and complained loudly that anyone who did differently was doing it wrong. They claimed this was the tradition in Germany, where they came from, however I've never heard of anyone else honouring this "tradition" before. So I have no idea where they really got it from.