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September 20, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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Probing the punters

  1. If you found a genie in a bottle what would you wish for? You can’t bring someone back from the dead, or wish for love, or more wishes.
  2. What is your favourite kind of ice cream?
  3. Are any of your parents on Facebook?
  4. Have you ever identified with a subculture? Which one and why?
  5. Have you heard about the VUWSA elections coming up—and who would be your ideal president?


Psychology, Education, and Geography

  1. I want to live in New York right now and be done with my degree.
  2. Mint choc chip.
  3. Yes, my mum.
  4. Wannabe indie.
  5. Yes. One that follows through and listens to people.


International Relations and Film

  1. Lots of money. Oh yeah and world peace.
  2. Goody goody gumdrops.
  3. Yeah, they both are.
  4. Kind of a hippy subculture. Real laid back. Love nature.
  5. Alan Young!


Development Studies

  1. Unlimited travel without having any impact on the environment.
  2. Chocolate berry mudslide.
  3. Yep. My mum and stepmum.
  4. Environmentalism. I don’t know if that counts.
  5. Yep. Someone that listens to everyone.


French and Media

  1. I wish for Jimmy from vicbooks to come back.
  2. Pistachio.
  3. Yes! My mum and my dad but my dad just has the silhouette and no friends.
  4. I don’t identify with one but I’m fascinated by indies.
  5. No.



  1. Money.
  2. Cookies and cream.
  3. Sadly, yes. My dad, he has like six friends.
  4. Goth. I like the makeup.
  5. Actually, I have. I don’t know who though.


Computer Science

  1. A flying motorbike.
  2. Kapiti Vanilla Bean ice cream.
  3. No, thank god. I banned them. I tell them it has viruses, actually.
  4. Geekosaurus.
  5. Yes. GLaDOS.


Computer Engineering

  1. My courses were cheaper.
  2. Orange choc chip.
  3. No, but if they did I would change my privacy settings to stop them.
  4. The nerdiness.
  5. Yes. Not Brian.
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