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The most important thing I have ever forgotten to do because I was writing code was:

  • Take out the trash
  • Clean my house/apartment/cave
  • Eat dinner
  • Take the turkey out of the oven
  • Sleep (for at least 2 consecutive days)
  • Show up for my DnD game (player)
  • Show up for my DnD game (DM)
  • Pick up my car from the repair shop (oops)
  • Show up for work (lame job)
  • Show up for work (programming job)
  • Show up for work (Self-employed)
  • Show up for unemployment benefits meeting
  • Show up for court
  • Show up to a first date
  • Show up to my Sister's/Brothers wedding
  • Show up to a wedding where I am the best man/maid of honor
  • Show up to my wedding
  • Get an appendectomy
  • Get a root canal
  • Take a final exam
  • Graduate from college/graduate school/correspondence school from the back of Popular Science
  • Answer this stupid poll

In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2011 by ColdCoffee
in thread poll ideas quest 2011 by pollsters

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