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September 13, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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Probing the punters

  1. Did you feel the earthquake?
  2. It’s spring! Is love in the air?
  3. Len Brown or John Banks?
  4. Do you still have your Bebo?
  5. Coconut and chocolate, yay or nay?


Software Engineering

  1. No, I was fast asleep.
  2. Ask Chelsea, oh yeah!
  3. John Banks.
  4. No way Jose!
  5. Definitely nay.



  1. Yes, I did—my bookshelf rattled.
  2. Nah!
  3. Len Brown.
  4. I do actually…
  5. Yay! Most definitely.


Law and BSC—Geo

  1. No. Lol.
  2. Yes. Lol.
  3. Elmo. Lol.
  4. Yes, I do. Lol.
  5. Yay. Lol.



  1. No, not at all.
  2. Nope.
  3. Len Brown.
  4. Nope. Deleted it
  5. Nay.


Art History

  1. No, I didn’t.
  2. Not for me, unfortunately.
  3. Len Brown.
  4. I think so, unfortunately (again!).
  5. Definitely.
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