Taking Online Surveys

Do you like completing surveys? If you answered YES, something is wrong with you. If you answered NO, congratulations – you are a normal human. Please proceed...

Click, click, click. Why do we do it? Usually because there is an incentive (i.e. WIN A CHANCE TO EARN AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY A GAME TO RECEIVE AN IPAD!) or maybe, just maybe, we are bored enough to be helpful towards a study or cause (do you AGREE or STRONGLY AGREE?).

Whatever your motive is, I am here to help you complete that survey with a bit of fun. Let's jump straight to it:

WHEN A SURVEY ASKS YOU TO BE SPECIFIC...
Make them regret it. You know that new adjective you just learned from urban dictionary? USE IT. For bonus points: reference a popular person, place, or thing (aka a noun) that's been mentioned in current events for relevancy.

WHEN A SURVEY ASKS YOU HOW THEY CAN IMPROVE...
Ask for something. The only way they'll stay in business is if they give you what you want, right? For bonus points: ask for something delicious (or deliciously-impossible).

WHEN A SURVEY LEAVES YOU WITH THE LAST WORD...
MAKE. A. STATEMENT. Make sure they will never forget what they're about to read. For bonus points: be daring, be bold, be NSFW if you must.

*The survey responses seen above are actual submissions. The end goal is to ultimately force surveys to include a guaranteed incentive if they want sincere, honest responses from the people. Otherwise businesses will forever be bombarded with misleading information and requests for all flavors of Doritos.