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charlie, computer cat

Now Las Iguanas is usually a resturant that I'm pretty fond of. I've even given them my email address, for goodness sake! So when they asked me to do a survey, I thought "Yeah, OK then." That's when I was confronted with this on page 1:



EPIC FAIL. I tried to go through the survey to see if there was a comments box I could rant into but no sign of one so I will have to email them my displeasure.
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Hadn't you heard? Humans are just human-making machines. If we are not actively engaged in the process of making more humans, we are worthless. The same goes for the new humans we make.

Any impressions we have that humans might have a wider variety of purposes in life than simply generating more of ourselves are clearly mistaken.

Edited at 2009-06-27 01:29 pm (UTC)
That's astonishing. Hey, they left off 'In bereavement for the children you never had'.
That's just......

Words fail me.

Oh no, they've come back again.

Pragmatically I can see how someone might design this in a survey aimed purely at women - it would be a clear fail but sadly a not uncommon one. It's the fact that it's aimed at men too that takes it from the realms of the wrong into the downright surreal.
*headdesk* Yes, because everyone's life is all about teh children. Even if you aren't in a relationship yet, it's just a matter of time!!11

Yeah. I think not. *throws things in the direction of whoever designed the survey*

... I also love the 25-35/35+ dichotomy in question two, since which one do you select if you're 35? >_>
I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and... oh, just keep them the hell out of my way.
Is it primarily a family restaurant? That's the only thing I can think of for the reason behind this fail ...
Not at the moment, but the survey suggests they're looking to go that way - questions about what you'd expect to pay for kids menus and so on. They don't really come across as very family suitable atm - lots of cocktails and rich foods.
I'd pay extra for a place that *didn't* have kids' menus.

I likewise am tickled (in a bad-tickled, irritating-particles way) by the age scale - 'Come to Las Iguanas, if you're over 35 you might as well be dead'.

Q3 should have a tick-box for 'grooming paedophile'.
Maybe there is something on Quizilla that will tell you which one you are most like.

Go ranting!

Yay for rants! Boo for needing to rant! Grr.