But the question still begs; what should the topic title be?
The Poll to end all Polls?Long ago in a galaxy far far away a poll was made?Opinions are like belly buttons, everyone has one?
Ask me about my poll!
What the hell is this topic really about?
Poll: How many posts does it take until we give up already cuz we have no clue what @Logopile is doing here.
This Poll Has No Title
and then there were monkeys
welcome to the future
if only I had known
answer the question Claire
logo wears his pants on his head
Poll of the logo One from a pile Questions from the blonde
"Questions from The Blonde" would not end well for me.
Clearly you'd best come up with some better answers then.
"This is Jeopardy""Wheel of Misfortune""The Price is _aVariable""Familiar Feud""Whose Logo is it Anyway?"
Why? I'm on a roll with the answers I've been giving her all these years O. Right.
"My Poll, Your Misfortune" "Whose guess is it anyway?" "Just another poll or how to burn time"
"Why not?" "A poll for dummies" What's my line?" "For whom the poll tolls" "ESP disproved"
"Poll like you mean it" "The poll-itics of trancing" "A poll over troubled waters" "A poll too far"
Do you want a "Topic" title or a topic title or a title for a topic? Hmmm...maybe "?????" would work since you don't want to be restrained by whatever may/may not be the subject matter. There is also "What do you think?" which would allow equal freedom to those who reply, especially if you fill the "subject" space with random characters. @#$% ️♀️
Maybe the best title would be "A little help,here?". Ok Logo, you got me too
To quote my favorite line, from one of my favorite books, "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy";"Wait."
Don't Panic. (15)
That's my 2nd-favorite line from that book.
"Wait", and "Don't Panic", are arguably the two most useful phrases in English.
but do you know where your poll's towel is??
More than the one-worders "Duh" and "Meh"?