How do you…? RANDOM POLLS

How do you eat cereal?

  • Bowl, milk, cereal
  • Bowl, cereal, milk
  • Bowl, half milk, cereal, more milk
  • Bowl, half cereal, milk, more cereal
  • I don’t eat cereal

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How do you eat a chocolate bar? (Like Hershey’s, etc.)

  • Break a piece and eat it
  • Break half and eat it
  • Just eat it without breaking it
  • I don’t eat chocolate bars

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How do you eat string cheese?

  • Break it apart to create strings and eat it
  • Half it and create strings on each half to eat it
  • Eat it without breaking it
  • I don’t eat string cheese

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How do you put on shoes?

  • Both socks on first and then put each shoe on
  • One sock on first, then the shoe on that foot. Then do the next foot with sock first and shoe second.

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How do you dress yourself?

  • Underwear, (bra), pants, shirt
  • Underwear, pants, (bra), shirt
  • (Bra), shirt, underwear, pants

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How do you brush your hair?

  • All at once
  • Divide it and brush one side first then the other one
  • Combination of both
  • I don’t brush my hair

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How do you pick a book to read?

  • Based on my mood
  • Based on my TBR list
  • Based on the season
  • Based on genres I’m reading for the month

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How late do you charge your phone/mobile device?

  • I keep it charged always
  • I start charging it when it’s below 80%
  • I start charging it when it hits below 50%
  • I start charging it when it hits 20%
  • I start charging it when it’s at 10%
  • I charge it when it’s just about to die
  • I let it die and then charge it
  • There is no in-between. I charge it when I can or when I want to.

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Feel free to put your own polls down below! :blush:

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Why is there no option for eating cereal with no milk?

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Asking the important questions here

I’m not much of a cereal fan but I generally prefer to eat it without milk

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I just didn’t know there were people who ate cereal… without milk. :flushed: :sweat_smile:

I don’t like the texture of it when it’s all soggy

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I hate it when it’s soggy. Though my cereal is never soggy because I eat it right when I pour the milk. It’ll only get soggy if I let it sit for like 10 minutes. :woman_shrugging: :sweat_smile:

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I just don’t like milk

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my kids sometimes choose to eat it without milk.

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Same xD

The order of getting dressed depends on what I find first especially with the shirt and pants/skirt order.

I’m also shocked there are people who don’t brush their hair :stuck_out_tongue: It looks nice after you’ve brushed it. Although… :thinking: Maybe there are people who don’t NEED to brush it.

And the phone charging, I heard it’s best to charge when it hits 20% or below. Charging it when it’s higher can lower battery life.

Anyway, I’m so happy I’m not the only one who reads books based on mood.

If I answer this question honestly, people will come at me :joy:

I don’t brush my hair unless I’m doing a specific style. My hair coils, so unless be I want it to be separated and frizzy, I don’t brush it until I’m in the shower on wash day. :woman_shrugging:t5:

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When I had a long tight perm, I picked it. The spiral was as tight as my pinky finger.

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Yeah, we exist haha. I don’t brush mine when it’s curly unless I want to look like a lion with a frizzy mane. It does NOT look nice after I brush it. :rofl:

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My hair’s too short for brushing and i prefer it a little messy anyways.

And there are plenty of other reasons someone wouldn’t brush their hair. For instance, you wouldn’t try brushing dreadlocks or box braids, that would wreck them. Or as some people have already said, curly hair turns into a frizzball if you brush it. Hair only looks nice after you brush it if you have straight/wavy hair.

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While curly hair definitely doesn’t need it, my hair is usually straight.

I do need it, sometimes, and still don’t get a brush to it. Why? My 5 and 3 year old lose them in their nest of toys. I’ve taken to buying dollar store ones because I’m going to see them 1 time, the entirety of their lifespan.

Yes, my kids have too many toys: spaced out enough in age where the next set is ready for the ones the older ones are too old for.

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I feel like I would fall into this category. I typically keep mine buzzed short enough that I don’t think brushing it would actually do anything :sweat_smile:

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For the cereal thing… sometimes milk first, and other times cereal first :sweat_smile:

same thing with the socks and shoes one.

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What makes you decide to do this??? (lol, I’m a cereal first person who cannot understand the other way around)

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About the hair thing, I remember, a long time ago, watching all these YouTube clips of people with dreadlocks taking care of their hair. I remember being fascinated at the effort people go through to take care of it.

They didn’t need to brush it every day, of course.

Idk why that slipped my mind.

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