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'Just for fun' Poll - M 
22nd-Jan-2017 08:32 pm
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Poll #2061733 'Just For Fun' Poll - M

'M' (tick as many boxes as apply)

Have ever eaten Marmalade.
19(12.7%)
Have ever been to Manchester.
8(5.3%)
Would love to be a Mermaid.
5(3.3%)
Know who Miriam Margoyles is.
6(4.0%)
Have ever played Minecraft.
6(4.0%)
Have an 'M' in your full name.
12(8.0%)
Have read 'The Midwich Cuckoo' by John Wyndham.
5(3.3%)
Know in which TV show Adam Monroe is a character.
2(1.3%)
Own a song by Madonna.
10(6.7%)
Love Monty Python.
11(7.3%)
Ever played with Mud as a child.
15(10.0%)
Know someone called Michael.
21(14.0%)
Have ever been to Mexico.
6(4.0%)
Can do a Magic trick.
4(2.7%)
Often Marvel at nature.
20(13.3%)
Comments 
22nd-Jan-2017 08:34 pm (UTC)
9/15.

I do quite like Monty Python stuff but not enough to say I really love it!!

And my Midwich Cuckoos did have an s on the end, but it seems to have got lost!

Edited at 2017-01-22 09:32 pm (UTC)
22nd-Jan-2017 09:20 pm (UTC)
9/15

My brother is a Michael
Been to Manchester and was at summer school there for a course i did with the Open University. UMIST to be exact.
22nd-Jan-2017 09:29 pm (UTC)
How long ago was your course?

And I did consider putting mermaid/merman in the question, as I do have several male friends on here (although it probably still wouldn't have altered your choice) but I decided in the end that if anyone wanted to be one, then they would, on this occasion, have to be a mermaid! lol!
22nd-Jan-2017 09:38 pm (UTC)
Early eighties.
23rd-Jan-2017 01:46 am (UTC)
I didn't select that I knew a Michael because the ones I knew are, as the song goes, somebody(s) that I used to know. I am not friends or talk to anyone that has that name now.

Should I have picked that I did know someone?
23rd-Jan-2017 11:01 am (UTC)
I think it's up to you about how you wish to interpret any of the questions, to be honest, but I always really enjoy reading peoples comments as to why they have or haven't chosen something or when they tell me more details about anything they have answered.So posting why you didn't tick it was interesting to read x
25th-Jan-2017 11:16 am (UTC)
I voted. :o)

What does "Often Marvel at nature." mean? I didn't vote for this because I didn't know what this means. :o(
25th-Jan-2017 10:05 pm (UTC)
"Look in awe" maybe?

Oh, I looked at the definition,
Marvel - be filled with wonder or astonishment.
10th-Feb-2017 04:15 pm (UTC)
I've not been to Manchester, England. I have been to Manchester-by_the-Sea in Massachusetts, though.
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