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Poll #1646129… 
18th-Nov-2010 08:30 pm
Wolf- Fantastic Mr. Fox

What do you read?

Traditionally published books
75(61.5%)
Traditionally published e-books
14(11.5%)
Self-published books
13(10.7%)
Self-published e-books
4(3.3%)
Self-published print-on-demand books
3(2.5%)
Unpublished manuscripts of people you know
13(10.7%)

If you are meeting an available new person of the opposite sex for lunch or coffee (or same sex if you're gay) and neither of you has called it a "date":

It is always a date.
1(1.0%)
It is only considered a date if both people believe it is.
36(35.0%)
It can be considered in the gray area of meeting a new friend and a date.
39(37.9%)
Chances are you're just making a new friend and it's not a date.
27(26.2%)
Comments 
19th-Nov-2010 03:47 am (UTC)
i've never tried reading an e-book cuz i don't have a tablet or specialized gadget for reading e-books, and it's hard to curl up with a desktop computer to read a book. i'm old school, i love curling up in bed with a paper book.
19th-Nov-2010 08:46 am (UTC)
With the second question I NEVER BLOODY KNOW. Also, I'm bisexual and polyamorous, so that not knowing about coffee/lunch being dates or non dates applies to almost everyone. Much confusion.
19th-Nov-2010 01:49 pm (UTC)
For the second question, it's never a date. At least it's so much easier for me to think of it that way, because in my mind, the word dating carries implications and expectations. That just makes it so much more difficult for me to relax and have a good time with someone.
19th-Nov-2010 10:00 pm (UTC)
amen.
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