View Poll Results: Do you like kebabs?

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  • Yes, the ones produced and sold by immigrants.

    30 24.00%
  • Yes, but only the ones produced and sold by my countrymen.

    8 6.40%
  • Yes, but I boycott them nevertheless.

    19 15.20%
  • No.

    32 25.60%
  • I've never eaten a kebab.

    36 28.80%
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    I can make meat on a stick myself. If i'm going to go out to eat its not going to be for a kebab.

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    I've never had a kebab.

    Or maybe once. I'm not sure. There was one man I dated briefly who stopped to chat with a street vendor who had kebabs. I don't remember eating a kebab. The man I dated was American (Sicilian&German) but was a linguist (multilingual) in the Air Force (or that's one of the stories he told me), and he was conversationally fluent in several languages. It was odd. He knew English of course but also Arabic and Korean (he chatted in Korean with a Korean guy in a Korean store we stopped in once). He was a very friendly person.

    The only time I stopped by a kebab stand was when I was with him. He was an Aquarius.

    He was also a remote viewer. He proved it to me by telling me what was the sentence I had stopped at in the book I was currently reading that I left in my bedroom. He was never in my apartment.

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