Geek Native often has a competition running, and you don’t have to tag three friends and like a page to enter. I know it’s popular among RPG and tabletop blogs, but it might also be a bit spammy.
For the Professor Elemental competition, the question was “If you could travel in time and space, when and where would you go to enjoy a nice cup of tea?“.
So, shall we look at the stats?
Time travelling tea drinkers
The competition was a multiple choice one. Players had to take part by selecting options I had suggested, but you can do better. There’s no prize, but if you have got an excellent idea for a nice sit-down and a cup of tea, then please share it below.
|If you could travel in time and space, when and where would you go to enjoy a nice cup of tea?||Responses|
|The top of the Great Pyramid in Egypt during the Middle Kingdom||25%|
|The Colosseum during the height of the Roman Empire||15.63%|
|The British Museum during the reign of Queen Victoria||25%|
|Stonehedge during the time of the druids.||28.13%|
|Angkor Wat during the reign of King Suryavarman II||6.23%|
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that it’s common for these poll write-ups to point out that they’re not robustly scientific. Participants weren’t screened and were bribed with a potential prize. The sample size is in the hundreds, not the thousands.
For this time travelling and tea-drinking poll, though, that warning felt a bit redundant.
However, as of writing, Geek Native is the market leader in time travelling tea preference marketing data. Feel free to get in touch if you’re an international tea company and would like an endorsement. The deadline for that outreach is yesterday, and so will require your own time machine to complete. Fair is fair.
Creative Commons credit: A Whale and a Cat Have a Tea Party by Zerna.
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