Because people want to know! And I want to feel better about my past. And I just learned how to use these poll things. And really, deep down, we’re all just people. Scary, anonymous, untraceable people.
someone you met through the internet?
UPDATE: The “No” vote is holding a consistent 10 vote lead over the “Yes” vote. I’m really shocked, to be honest. I thought my readers were more promiscuous, more dangerous, more likely to get drunk and make stupid decisions based on things like “fate” and “loins.” Could it really be that you guys adhere to the traditional values of finding love and divorce the old fashioned way, by hooking up to “Living On A Prayer” on a crowded dance floor at the tail end of a pub crawl?
ANOTHER UPDATE: For future reference: when choosing a free polling service, be sure that a feature of the service isn’t “arbitrarily resetting.” Because when keeping a tally of things such as votes, a crucial part is actually keeping the tally. Oh well, now I’ll never know what percentage of my readers are “fun” and which ones are just “safe” or “married” or “pretty enough to get a real date.” While this deeply saddens me, what is important to remember is that it’s not where or how you meet someone, it’s how much money they spend on you that matters.