Hrm. What’s wrong with this survey?
Wait. What? pic.twitter.com/KLb2LnTlaW
— Josh (@J_Manasa) March 16, 2017
Huh? So they’re not LGBT but yes they are comfortable describing themselves in the workplace. Does that mean they’re comfy as straight people or that they somehow identify with the LGBT crowd and would be comfortable describing themselves as such?
Seriously, why is that even an option on this survey?
Maybe The Economist was just trolling.
— PurpleChair (@Manpuncher) March 17, 2017
Welcome to the world of everyone has an opinion on everything.
— Julie Kavanagh (@Julie_Kav) March 17, 2017
She spelled Leftists wrong. JUST KIDDING … we’re not entirely sure who took this survey.
But on that note, isn’t gender fluid or something? Or maybe they are down with the struggle? No?
We got nothin’.
Stupid survey is stupid.
43% of people do not understand online polls.
— Wanderer 488 (@Adomv05) March 17, 2017
— Alex Jasko (@jasko_alexander) March 17, 2017
Us too. A sandwich with the crusts cut off, thank you.
@J_Manasa I love telling everyone I'm gay even though I am not gay. It's a personality quirk many find endearing
— Chemtrail Spreader (@wokieleaks1) March 17, 2017
Yeah … go with that.