Sometimes you wonder why you qualified for a survey ??
September 15, 2020 10:04am CST
This one started to ask me if I had been to "NSW National parks". I did not knew what they were meaning by "NSW", but I have been to a few National parks, so I responded "yes", and I brillantly qualified to a survey about my future projects of trekking in New South-Wales, Australia. And when they asked me if I identified as an aboriginal... At this stupid question, I could not resist and responded "Yes", the proof is that I hunt rats with a boomerang in the bush starting at the feet of the Eiffel tower to feed my family. Sometimes you also wonder why they pay you ?? Yes, I was paid for this one. Call me Wallaroo, it is my aboriginal name.
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I am sure they have my name and location, but I refuse to respond to questions about ethnicity, they are forbidden here. I may get later a bad note to have made fun, but I rarely respond to surveys, so that would be alright. And at the last question asking if they could contact me again for another survey, I responded "No".
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aw, thanks so much fer this! got quite the chuckle't yer answerin', lol. i don't do surveys, tried some years 'go 'n found i aint their sort'a material. which's good. data miners... glad ya got paid, too, wallaroo ;)
I rarely do surveys and I responded "no" to the last question of this one asking me if they could contact me again for another survey. Questions about ethnicity are forbidden here, and when there is not a "I don't want to respond" option, I always give a fake answer.
I don't do surveys often and I rarely cheat, but asking your ethnicity in a survey is forbidden in France, and I refuse to answer these kind of questions... when an option is there to not respond. Otherwise, I always give a wrong response, question of principle.