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October 4, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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Probing the punters

  1. Who’s hotter, Seamus Brady or Paul Smith?
  2. If you were the Mayor of Wellington, what is the first thing you would do or change?
  3. What do you think of voluntary student membership?
  4. If you were a Pokemon, which Pokemon would you be and why?
  5. Which 90s pop group best represents your personality and why?

Francesca
Age: 19
Studying: BA in Architecture History majoring in Bullshit

  1. Can we go with John?
  2. First Wellington underground.
  3. Yeah, I’m totally pro that.
  4. IVYSAUR.
  5. Milli Vanilli.

Tegan
Age: 20
Studying: Psychology

  1. Paul Smith (in Ben’s band!)
  2. More ashtrays for smokers. So we don’t have to butt all around the place. We get enough dirty looks as it is.
  3. Compulsory.
  4. Chansey—she’s pink and loving.
  5. 5ive—BADASS.

Oli
Age: 20
Studying: Anthropology, Development Studies and Spanish

  1. Seamus Brady (dope name).
  2. Make public fruit and vegetable gardens.
  3. Student membership should be compulsory (otherwise no free Salient?!)
  4. Alakazam (he’s psychic—Jedi mind tricks!
  5. De La Soul—funkalicious!

Emma
Age: 20

  1. Studying: Interior Architecture majoring in Deep Sea Diving and Seal Wrestling
  2. Paul.
  3. Make uni free.
  4. It’s good.
  5. Jigglypuff—it can jump high and has a bow!
  6. Spice Girls. VIVA: story of my life.

Taka
Age: 21
Studying: English

  1. Paul (With that guitar… Could write a beautiful love song).
  2. Get very highly influential (Gaga influential) people to speak at schools.
  3. I don’t mind paying. But everyone should be given the option.
  4. Maybe Pikachu as he was Ash’s best friend through it all. But for raw power—CHARIZARD!
  5. 5ive were always cool. Especially the guy with really spiky hair.
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