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My favourite stuffed toy is a(n)

  • Monkey or ape
  • Horse or donkey
  • Unicorn or My Little Pony
  • Giraffe
  • Pig
  • (Update: added) Cow
  • Elephant
  • (Update: added) Camel, onion, ogre, oyster or other Perl mascot
  • Cat or other feline
  • Dog
  • Bear or koala
  • Rabbit
  • Kangaroo
  • Duck
  • Other bird
  • Snake or serpent
  • Crocodile
  • Fish
  • Octopus
  • Worm
  • Plant
  • Microbe
  • Car
  • Human animal (I'm from the Planet of the Apes)
  • Human person

Notes: giraffe is included for castaway, octopus for Dominus.

Update: I know this isn't complete, eg. I used to have a white stuffed seal, but listing all animals would be ugly.

Update 2012-03-30: changed "stuffed animal toy" to "stuffed toy" in poll title, because some of the answers aren't animals. Thanks for the suggestion to Arunbear. Also duplicated the human option accordingly.

Update 2012-05-05: done: My favourite stuffed toy is a(n).

In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2011 (stuffed toy) by ambrus
in thread poll ideas quest 2011 by pollsters

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