The Mad Poller What Polls at Midnight (maeincarnate) wrote,
The Mad Poller What Polls at Midnight
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It's Friday Poll Time!

Poll #1443795 Friday! Friday!! Friday!!!

sirrani -- I went and got myself knocked up. I can't drink alcohol or smoke. I have to limit caffeine and there are a number of foods I'm no longer allowed to enjoy. What new vice should I develop?

Cockfighting.
3(30.0%)
Loansharking.
1(10.0%)
Since you can't do unhealthy things now, displace your desire for unhealthy habits on your already-born children: slip caffeine and/or booze in their drinks, constantly feed them tunafish, maybe expose them to a little physical danger for kicks.
2(20.0%)
Chewing with your mouth open. If there's a worse habit than that, I can't think of it.
4(40.0%)

soarjubs -- What means "blowjobs"?

It's a particular method of handmade glass crafting.
1(10.0%)
It's what you can get a Hair Cuttery for a few extra dollars.
2(20.0%)
It's what most people do to their lawns in the fall rather than raking.
3(30.0%)
It's what ultimately killed Billy Mays.
4(40.0%)

haveyaseenlucky -- Do you feel proud or embarrassed for correcting/contributing to a wikipedia entry?

Proud.
0(0.0%)
Embarrassed.
1(10.0%)
Good god, I've never edited anything on Wikipedia. What a loser thing to do.
5(50.0%)
Good god, I've never edited anything on Wikipedia. I'm WAY too lazy for that.
4(40.0%)

pooplord -- Best '80s movie actor / character? These can be together or separate I suppose. The answer to both questions is Booger. Otherwise, Actor:

Steve Martin. Yes, The Jerk was from '79, but that's pretty close, and we all know his best work was in the 80's before he got hit with some unfunny cancer in the 90's.
4(40.0%)
Steve Guttenberg.
1(10.0%)
Leslie Nielsen.
3(30.0%)
The guy who played the evil rich/preppy guy in all 80's comedies.
2(20.0%)

Character:

Louis Tully.
3(30.0%)
Pee Wee Herman.
2(20.0%)
Indiana Jones.
4(40.0%)
The evil Ruski.
1(10.0%)

eideteker -- John Hamm or John Simm?

John Hamm.
2(25.0%)
John Simm.
0(0.0%)
Either way? Mmm.
6(75.0%)

eideteker -- How do I cope with not caring about the loss of John Hughes? You'll start noticing he hole he's left in your life when it's been 20 years and no new John Hughes movies...oh...um, Have you heard the Fight Club theory of Ferris Bueller's Day off?No, but I suspect it has to do with Ferris and Cameron being aspects of the same personality. Strongest evidence of this in the film:

Ferris describes Cameron as a hypochondriac who's constantly sick. Ferris has been sick NINE TIMES, and yet, if Cameron is the one who's always sick, why isn't Ed Rooney after him?
2(20.0%)
The pool scene with Cameron and Sloane is reminiscent of the kitchen scene between Ed Norton and Marla: the women are coming on to them in a more coquettish way than they interact with Ferris or Tyler; Norton and Cameron seem clueless and guilty.
2(20.0%)
Both Ferris/Cameron and Narrator/Tyler were able to accomplish an unbelievable amount of things in a single day.
3(30.0%)
Both Project Mayhem and the Save Ferris campaign seemed to take on lives of their own to the surprise of their originators. While Norton is shocked by the number of drones buzzing about the house, Ferris was surprised by all the flowers.
3(30.0%)

popespydie -- Was anybody else surprised that the power behind the excited Billy Mays was Cocaine?

Yes: He didn't have what I would think of as a cokehead look. The ShamWow guy? All day.
4(40.0%)
No: He was way to fascinated with white powders in general not to be.
1(10.0%)
Yes: Sure he was loud, but it was always a sort of controlled loud, nothing frenetic or anything. He just talked like nobody else understood English.
1(10.0%)
No: I'm convinced everybody on TV is on cocaine. It's what separates the ambitious from the rest of us.
4(40.0%)

renob423 -- when did social networking become such a big fucking deal? i used to just come on here and bullshit and tell people to fuck off freely. now i always have to think "what if so and so sees this?" was 2004 really a more simple time we will look back fonsly o

Just don't plan on running for any sort of office. But anyone who might have plans to do that probably has considered this already.
2(20.0%)
3(30.0%)
Business-types wouldn't be so interested in it if it couldn't be used as a way to monitor what we say and do when they're not looking.
2(20.0%)
This too shall pass. Eventually "on the internet" will be the equivalent of "in college" as an excuse for something you did back then that you wouldn't do now.
3(30.0%)

If the observed behaviors of others is proof, then the following statements are true:

Re-pressing an already-lit elevator button will get you to that floor (or call the elevator) sooner.
2(20.0%)
Minimum-wage receiving hourly employees at large retail chains give a shit about the store's pre-set prices and/or policies.
0(0.0%)
No matter how slow you go, being in the left lane gets you to your destination sooner because it's the "fast lane".
4(40.0%)
Calling over and over after you've left messages and been told you'll hear back from the person you want to talk to makes that person want to talk and do business with you.
4(40.0%)

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