The ABC and Channel 4 series 'Lost' is approaching its conclusion. Will you be watching avidly, or couldn't you care less?
It's brilliant 18% It's rubbish 29% Where am I? 53% Total: 17 members' votes ( 1 comment...) What colour blades are you using at the moment?
Many FaTties will be training away from the Cam at the moment. Hopefully they are all using respectable kit, but let's make sure....
Dark blue (with or without a gold band) 27% Black with a dark blue tip and a gold cat and buns 18% Cambridge blue 0% Orange 0% Yellow 0% Green 0% Indigo 0% Violet 0% Black 9% White 18% Pink 9% Red 18% Total: 11 members' votes Are you addicted to rowing?
Many of us find there are times in our lives when rowing becomes a little more important than other things. But are you addicted? Use this well known questionaire to guage your addiction.
Score one or more? You ought to think about Rowers Anonymous...
I feel that I ought to cut down 24% I get annoyed when people suggest I should cut down 71% I feel guilty because of the amount I row 12% I need an early morning eye-opener session just to survive 18% None of the above 35% One of the above 29% Two of the above 29% Three of the above 12% All of the above (u-oh) 12% Total: 17 members' votes ( 3 comments...) Which of these would you most like to see permamently banned from the boathouse?
non-FaT people 17% CU(W)(L) trialists who just cry and cry and CRY 28% Gates with less than 36 degree pitch 0% Bland lard 28% Small boats 0% Smelly co-rowers 28% All liquids and personal electronic items 0% Total: 18 members' votes ( 1 comment...) Which of these would you most like to see permamently banned from aircraft?
Fat people 39% Small children who just cry and cry and CRY 25% Seats with less than 36 inch pitch 18% Bland food 4% Small toilets 0% Smelly co-travellers 7% All liquids and personal electronic items 7% Total: 28 members' votes ( 2 comments...) Ay caramba, it's the World Rowing Championships
The 2006 World Rowing Championships are at Dorney later this month. How will you be involved?
Ignoring 17% Reading about it online/in newspapers 22% Watching on TV 33% Spectating 17% Spectating every day 0% Streaking & pitch invading 6% Volunteering 6% Competing 0% Total: 18 members' votes Favourite ice cream/lolly
Fab 0% Mini Milk 4% Solero 4% Mars Bar Ice cream 8% Other chocolate bar turned into ice cream 0% Mivvi 4% Cornetto 8% Magnum 15% Solero 0% Feast 19% Calippo 4% Sparkle 0% (Tangle) Twister 12% Fruit Pastilles lolly 8% Rocket 4% 2l tub of vanilla 12% Total: 26 members' votes ( 4 comments...) How do you cope in this heat?
It's on the warm side at the moment (no doubt by the time you read this it will be raining though) - which of these are part of your strategy for beating the heat?
I don't feel it 5% I feel it but can we stop all this nambypammby worrying about it 38% My place of work has air conditioning so ha ha ha ha ha! 29% I love it and am sunbathing everyday right now 19% I just take my tie off/dress down 29% I carry water and/or a fan everywhere 14% I am carrying ice bricks with me 5% I'm lounging in front of the tv with the curtains drawn 19% It's a bit cooler on the river so am spending more time rowing 19% Other strategy (below) 19% Total: 21 members' votes ( 11 comments...) What's the most beautiful piece of sport you've ever seen (live)? *Liu Xiang
broke Colin Jackson's 13-year-old 110m hurdles world record this week. That World Championship-winning run of 12.91 from CJ was the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in sport. What's your favourite - not the most important or dramatic, but simply the most beautiful? (Ideally you should have watched it live for it to count.)
* denotes a link to a video clip.
*Football: Diego Maradona's second goal, Argentina vs England, World Cup QF, 1986 0% *Football: Marco van Basten's winner, Holland vs USSR, European Championship Final, 1988 0% *Football: Roberto Carlos's goal, Brazil vs France, Le Tournoi, 1997 5% *Football: Michael Owen's goal, England vs Argentina, World Cup Round 2, 1998 0% *Football: Dennis Bergkamp's last-minute winner, Holland vs Argentina, World Cup QF, 1998 0% *Football: Ryan Giggs's extra-time winner, Man United vs Arsenal, FA Cup SF, 1999 0% *Football: Thierry Henry's winner, Arsenal vs Man United, Premiership, 2000 0% *Football: Zinedine Zidane's winner, Real Madrid vs Bayer Leverkusen, Champions' League Final, 2002 5% *Football: Steven Gerrard's last-minute equaliser, Liverpool vs West Ham, FA Cup Final, 2006 10% *Football: Esteban Cambiasso's goal, Argentina vs Serbia, World Cup Group C, 2006 5% Cricket: Lance Klusener's 31* off 16 balls, South Africa vs Australia, World Cup SF, 1999 0% Cricket: Kevin Pietersen's 91* off 65 balls, England vs Australia, ODI, 1999 0% Cricket: Matthew Hoggard's series-winning 7-61, England vs South Africa, 2005 0% Cricket: England (477) reducing Australia to 99/5, 4th Ashes Test, 2005 0% Rugby: Rob Andrew's last-minute match-winning drop goal, England vs Australia, World Cup QF, 1995 0% Rugby: Jonny Wilkinson's tackle on Matt Giteau, England vs Australia, World Cup Final, 2003 0% *Rugby: Jonny Wilkinson's last-minute match-winning drop goal, England vs Australia, World Cup Final, 2003 15% Rowing: Searle brothers winning Gold in the coxed pair with Gary Herbert, Barcelona, 1992 0% Rowing: Redgrave and Pinsent winning Gold in Barcelona, 1992 0% Rowing: Redgrave and Pinsent winning Gold in Atlanta, 1996 0% Rowing: Cambridge breaking the course record (16.19) in winning the Boat Race, 1998 0% Rowing: British coxless four winning Gold in Sydney, 2000 0% Rowing: British eight winning Gold in Sydney, 2000 5% *Rowing: Oxford winning from behind at Barnes Bridge, Boat Race, 2002 (see next option for video) 5% *Rowing: Oxford winning by one foot, Boat Race, 2003 ( video) 0% Rowing: British coxless four winning Gold in Athens, 2004 5% Athletics: Daley Thompson's decathlon Olympic Gold, Los Angeles, 1984 0% Athletics: Colin Jackson's 110m hurdles world record (12.91), World Championships, Stuttgart, 1993 5% *Athletics: Jonathan Edwards's triple jump world record (18.29m), World Championships, Gothenburg, 1995 0% Athletics: Haile Gebrselassie breaking the 5000m world record by 11 seconds, Zurich, 1995 0% *Athletics: Michael Johnson's 200m world record (19.32), Olympic Final, Atlanta, 1996 5% Athletics: Haile Gebrselassie winning Olympic 10000m Gold, Sydney, 2000 0% Swimming: Australia beating the USA to win Gold in the 4x100m relay, Sydney, 2000 0% Hockey: Great Britain going 2-0 up on Germany, Olympic Final, Seoul, 1988 0% Tennis: Goran Ivanisevic beating Pat Rafter in 5 sets, Wimbledon Final, 2001 0% Tennis: Roger Federer beating Andy Roddick, Wimbledon Final, 2005 0% Golf: Constantino Rocca's 60-foot putt on the 18th hole to force a play-off, British Open, 1995 0% Golf: Tiger Woods winning the US Masters by a record 12 shots, aged 21, 1997 0% *Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan's world record fastest 147 in 5min 20sec, 1997 0% *Figure-skating: Torvill and Dean winning Gold with , Winter Olympics, Sarajevo, 1984 Bolero 5% Other (please post below, with a link if possible.) 30% Total: 20 members' votes ( 30 comments...) What's your favourite bop song?
We all know the bop represents a distorted view of
The Way - Divine Inspiration 6% Blue - Eiffel65 0% Gold - Spandau Ballet 6% Macarena - Los Del Rio 6% Saturday Night - Whigfield 17% Top Gun Theme - Miami Sound Machine 17% The One and Only - Chesney Hawks 39% Rupert the Bear Theme - Rupert the Bear 0% Other (post below) 11% Total: 18 members' votes ( 4 comments...) Furthest you've made it at Henley?
Never entered 32% Didn't qualify 14% Fastest non-qualifier 14% Wednesday 5% Thursday pre-5pm 14% Thursday post-5pm 0% Friday 5% Saturday 0% Sunday but I lost 0% I've won it 0% Made it into Stewards 18% Made third base in Stewards 0% Total: 22 members' votes ( 1 comment...) Guiltiest Pleasure?
Now that the Mays are over, May week has just happened, and FaT aren't rowing at Henley (again...), there is plenty of time to revive those vices that you gave up whilst training. Which of them makes you feel most guilty about your hedonistic lifestyle and the way you are treating your finely tuned body?
Wining 37% Dining 32% Sharking 16% Shagging 0% Shopping 0% Websurfing 5% Watching daytime TV 5% Watching Kiddystare 5% Total: 19 members' votes ( 3 comments...) Run run run little rower
A few more First and Third/BPBC members completed a marathon last week. What's your view on the distance event?
I think they're great and we should do one each training camp 10% I've run one and will run another 7% I've run one and if you ever see me starting another one then you have my permission to shoot me 7% Rowing a marathon - maybe, but I can't see the appeal of running one 10% I'm a sprinter 10% I thought they were called Snickers now? 55% Total: 29 members' votes ( 1 comment...) How much time will you be spending playing BumpIT this week?
No time at all 31% <5 mins / day 13% 5-15 mins / day 13% 15-30 mins / day 16% 30-60 mins / day 6% All day 6% All day and all night 16% Total: 32 members' votes ( 4 comments...) How will England fare in the World Cup?
The 2006 World Cup starts on June 9th. England have their best chance to win it since 1966, if you believe the hype. But do you?
Group stage humiliation 11% Second-round knock-out 16% Hung, drawn and Quartered 26% Semi-final agony 32% Fall at the Final hurdle 3% The World's at our feet 8% Thrown out for hooliganism 5% Total: 38 members' votes ( 1 comment...) New bumps rules
The CUCBC captains have agreed to change the rules for bumps so that a bump will be awarded before Grassy if the bow ball passes the cox. Which of these is nearest to your view?
It's the right solution to carnage in the gut 24% There is a problem but this isn't the solution: bigger fines for late acknowledgement would be better 3% There is a problem but this isn't the solution: banning coxes or somehow penalising offending crews would be better 52% There is a problem but my solution below would be better 3% There is not a problem, this is a change which panders to the 'Safety is the 1st Priority' brigade 7% Bow balls are for wimps. 10% Total: 29 members' votes Should the Grads row in those really, really, nasty looking yellowey-orange too-tight tops again?
of last year's crew in all their glory.
Yes! It's incredible sexy, and I would wear it in Cindies. 65% No! I'd rather be at Oxford... 35% Total: 34 members' votes ( 15 comments...) Could you have written a better poll than this one?
With only half an hour left before the deadline there were still no polls submitted. Was this one worth it?
This is probably my favourite poll so far and I am happy with my decision not to submit one 13% You win some, you lose some 10% This poll is a pile of poo, but I couldn't think of a better one so have no right to complain 30% The Big Issue seller outside Sainsbury's could have come up with better 23% I was looking forward to Favourite T-Shirt Part II 23% Total: 30 members' votes ( 1 comment...) Best T-shirt: part 1
Limited to 1st & 3rd t-shirts only, pre Year 2000. Based only on memory and this site's photo archives; apologies for errors.
The meek may inherit the earth, but they can stay the hell off the river 27% We are better than you 42% Think you're a bit tasty do you? COME ON THEN! (2nd Men, May 1997) 12% Beat Me! (children's sized t-shirt) (3rd Men, May 1997) 15% The A-Team (Novice Men, 1997) 4% Chomp (2nd Men, Lent 1998) 0% Gold Sox: Way out of your league baby (2nd Women, Lent 1998) 0% BoatShift (parody of CICCU campaign) (4th Men, Lent 1998) 0% The Full Boaty (The Full Monty parody) (3rd Men, May 1998) 0% Boat Crawl (Novice Men, 1998) 0% Trinity Mermaids (2nd Women, May 1999) 0% Total: 26 members' votes ( 5 comments...) What should be the next FaT international campaign?
After the successful raid on Berlin, what should the club try next?
Banyoles training camp 6% Head of the Charles 13% Royal Canadian Henley 3% Trinity College Dublin Regatta 29% Sulkava Rowing Race 3% Beijing 2008 6% Bomb France 32% Invade Poland (bet the captain starts this one) 6% Total: 31 members' votes In how many different countries have you rowed?
One 33% Two 33% Three 6% Four 9% Five 3% Six 3% Seven or more 12% None 0% Total: 33 members' votes ( 2 comments...) How many training sessions/week have you averaged since the Lents?
A training session must be at least 30 minutes long to count.
ten or more (dedication's what you need) 7% seven, eight or nine (ahead of the game) 11% four, five or six (most days, but not if I'm tired) 33% two or three (some days, and only if it's sunny) 22% one (just couldn't be arsed, really) 11% zero (training during holidays is pointless) 15% Total: 27 members' votes ( 8 comments...) Are you happy to be given unsolicited coaching during outings?
Yes 67% No 17% Only if it also involves fisticuffs 17% Total: 18 members' votes ( 1 comment...) Fastest 2k on a rowing lake?
What is the fastest you have covered 2000m on a still rowing lake?
< 5:30 4% 5:30 - 5:40 0% 5:40 - 5:50 4% 5:50 - 6:00 8% 6:00 - 6:10 8% 6:10 - 6:20 8% 6:20 - 6:30 0% 6:30 - 6:40 8% 6:40 - 6:50 0% 6:50 - 7:00 0% 7:00 - 7:10 4% 7:10 - 7:20 0% 7:20 - 7:30 0% > 7:30 0% Never done one 56% Total: 25 members' votes ( 13 comments...) Best rowing related computer game?
BumpIt 63% Bumpsdaq 2003 13% Bumpsdaq 2004/5 4% Cambridge coxing game 0% Su-ro 4% Weight / Height / Boat type adjustment of 2k scores in Excel 0% Tetris 17% Total: 24 members' votes ( 8 comments...) Best Lents photo?
Martin has captured some great moments these Lents, but which was the best?
M1 narrowly miss out on the headship - At the railings 10% W1 bump Jesus in their hardest-earned bump to date - Pushing for the Bump 0% M2 undertake Downing around Ditton - Substantially overlapping Downing 3% M3 get the 3rd VIII headship - Bumping LMBC for the 3rd boat Headship! 5% W2 sink Downing - Downing girls in the water 65% M4 win their blades - Overjoyed at getting the 4th bump 13% M5 are the only 5th VIII in the Lents - Racing gets underway at the Foot of the River 5% Total: 40 members' votes ( 2 comments...) Who will be the next FaT crew to go Head of the Lents? Total: 40 members' votes At what temperature should the red wine be served at Lents dinner?
Just below boiling point 12% Body temperature 4% Room temperature 31% Fridge temperature 15% Frozen 38% Total: 26 members' votes ( 10 comments...) WAP?
The electronic flag on the CUCBC website may well override/replace the physical flag at Goldie in the near future. It'll be accessible by internet or WAP. Given that the internet isn't yet available in the boat house, will we still be able to find out what colour the flag is?
I have a WAP phone and I'm not afraid to use it! 40% I think I have a WAP phone but I don't know how it works 26% No, my phone definitely doesn't have WAP 17% WAPTF? 17% Total: 35 members' votes ( 36 comments...) What is your favourite ice-based event NOT in the Winter Olympics?
Add your own below.
Giant Snowball Rolling 28% Ice Cricket 16% Ice Fishing 0% Ice Hockey (car) 3% Luge (car) 9% Luge (vodka) 16% Ski Jumping (car) 16% Tea Tray Sliding 3% Climbing Mount Washington 9% Total: 32 members' votes ( 4 comments...) Which of these Winter Olympic sports is your favourite?
To do or to watch, it's up to you.
Ice Dancing 22% Luge 19% Downhill (skiing) 32% Skeleton 5% Slalom (skiing) 5% Super-G (skiing) 3% Ski Jumping 5% Curling 8% Total: 37 members' votes ( 26 comments...) What next?
Rich and Dan have rowed across the Atlantic and are surely deserving a well-earned break. But once they've rested and feel like doing something extreme again, which of these events or teams should they compete in/for?
Total: 23 members' votes ( 9 comments...) Are you a giver or a taker?
As requested a couple of weeks ago in the
Deal or No Deal poll. Total: 26 members' votes What is your greatest fear when rowing on the Thames?
I believe all of these have been encountered by FaT / CU members at some point (with the possible exception of the CowboyNeal option). Which one gives you most nightmares?
Snapped rudder strings 13% The Harbour Master 0% The Black Buoy 13% Fulham Flats 17% Gastroenteritis 13% Sofas 9% Acer Nethercott 0% Donald Legget 26% Whales 9% Total: 23 members' votes ( 5 comments...) When should we schedule the pre-Boat Race pub crawl? Recent years
have seen members of First & Third and Black Prince tour the 10 pubs that overlook the Championship course on one of the days before the Boat Race. There are several possible dates for this in 2006, each with pros and cons. Which should go in the diary?
Saturday 25 March (pro: day of the men's 8s Head so more people than usual in London, with some working up a thirst. Race is at 11:30 so enough drinking time afterwards - just. And no work tomorrow. Con: Lots of other rowers getting in the way) 14% Sunday 26 March (pro: nothing else going on that day. Con: work the next day, plus will people still be in SW London after watching the race yesterday?) 23% Saturday 1 April (pro: eve of Boat Race, lie-in tomorrow. Con: clashes with Henley races - Henley lacks sufficient pubs to replicate crawl.) 45% Sunday 2 April (pro: day of boat race, so lots of people there. Race is late afternoon so could be a crawl with Race in the middle, and bonus pints at the boat club bars. Con: lots of people in SW London. Work the next day.) 18% Total: 22 members' votes ( 2 comments...) Deal or No Deal
Deal 7% No deal 26% I calcuate (total prize fund left / boxes remaining) while Edmonds is talking to the bank and if it's lower than the offer then it's Deal 22% I have no idea what you're talking about 44% Total: 27 members' votes ( 10 comments...) New Year's Resolutions
train more 66% train less 16% win blades 31% qualify for/row at Henley 19% beat Oxford 6% take a break from rowing 22% take up rowing again 19% do all the stretches my physio tells me to do 25% row (across/on) the English Channel 19% wash my kit 56% spend less time on this website 34% spend more time on this website 19% get on a Boat Club committee 9% stomp 56% get a (new) job 34% buft 31% win the fancy dress prize at Cardinals 3% drink more (alcohol) 16% drink less (alcohol) 34% get more blue and gold clothes 31% trial for GB/CU 9% not make any resolutions 16% Total: 32 members' votes ( 2 comments...) Which of these did you eat/drink on Christmas Day?
This isn't ordinary Christmas food; this is First and Third Christmas food...
Smoked salmon & scrambled egg 8% (Home cooked) ham 28% Full English fry-up 3% Bucks Fizz 18% Champagne/Cava/similar 46% Alcohol before 11am local time (does not include Communion) 36% Crisps 44% Some sort of chocolate snack/bar 64% Shortbread 8% Turkey 72% Gammon 0% Game 0% Duck 5% Goose 5% Vegetarian alternative 8% A non-poultry alternative (let us know below) 10% Sausagemeat 56% Potatoes 92% Sprouts 62% Parsnips 49% Carotts 77% Peas 33% Yorkshire Puds 15% Other vegetables 51% Stuffing 72% Bread Sauce 31% Cranberry sauce 54% Gravy 92% Some sort of BBQ or similar because you're in the Southern hemisphere 5% Red wine 59% White wine 67% Port 18% Brandy 13% Whisky 13% Other spirit 33% Mince pie 46% Christmas Pudding 49% The coin from the Christmas Pudding 0% Other pudding 49% Cream 36% Ice cream 15% Brandy Butter 31% Sugar 28% Cold turkey (e.g. in sandwich) 18% Other sandwich 3% Cup of tea 49% Bubble & Squeak 0% Second helpings of any of the above 79% Any of the above repeated at seperate meals or doubling up as a snack 49% Tree decorations 18% Chestnuts (open fire optional) 10% Riveta 3% Water 82% None of the above 3% Total: 39 members' votes ( 3 comments...) First and Third 2005 Fashion Awards
Vote for your top three fashion innovations of 2005
Total: 25 members' votes ( 3 comments...) Who fills your stocking; Father Christmas, or Santa Claus?
What do you reckon the guy in red with the white beard and the reindeer and the sleigh who comes down the chimney and eats the mince pies and sherry is called?
Father Christmas 69% Santa Claus 14% My parents 17% Total: 36 members' votes Rich and Dan
Now they're off, you can be honest. They're:
Barking 77% Brave 74% Brilliant 74% Total: 31 members' votes ( 5 comments...) After how much rowing would you have classified yourself a boatie rather than just a rower?
Are you in a boatie relationship? Do you spend more than two hours a day at the boathouse? Have you ever worn lycra for anything except rowing? Are more than fifty percent of your friends rowers? Do you arrive (late) at lectures in your splashtop? Come to think of it, do you miss most of your lectures/supervisions because you're still at the boathouse? If the answer to more than two of these questions is yes, you are a boatie. But how long did it take for this addiction to creep up on you?
I was a boatie before I arrived at Trinity 6% They got me at the Chaplains Squash and it's been downhill ever since 26% As soon as I'd been tubbing 2% By midway through my novice term 30% After I'd done Clare Novices 0% After novice Fairbairns 2% Once I'd experienced my first Bumps 21% Once I'd experienced Bumps, in the warm sunshine, with Pimms afterwards 4% Me, a boatie?! I don't think so! 9% Total: 47 members' votes ( 8 comments...) Do different pasta shapes taste different?
Macaroni goes with a cheesy sauce. Fusilli goes with a tomatoey sauce. Spaghetti was invented to go with bolognese, and you can't have cannelloni without spinach and ricotta. All of these shapes have their merits, but do they actually taste different from one another?
Total: 42 members' votes ( 19 comments...) Which club will do best in the Clare Novice Regatta?
Rounds Won divided by Crews Entered
First and Third Trinity BC 51% Caius BC 0% Christ's College BC 3% Churchill College BC 0% Clare BC 0% Clare Hall BC 0% Corpus Christi College BC 0% Darwin College BC 0% Downing College BC 0% Emmanuel College BC 0% Fitzwilliam College BC 3% Girton College BC 0% Homerton College BC 0% Hughes Hall BC 3% Jesus College BC 3% King's College BC 0% LMBC 15% Lucy Cavendish BC 0% Magdalene BC 0% New Hall BC 3% Newnham College BC 0% Pembroke College BC 0% Peterhouse BC 3% Queens' College BC 0% Robinson College BC 0% St Catharine's College BC 0% St Edmund's College BC 0% Selwyn College BC 0% Sidney Sussex College BC 0% Trinity Hall BC 0% Wolfson College BC 0% CULRC 18% Total: 39 members' votes ( 19 comments...) Which is sweeter?
Winning men's and women's fours in the space of 30 minutes 71% Beating LMBC four times in a week 26% Chocolate 3% Total: 31 members' votes Who is the most comedy selfish bastard?
Edmund Blackadder 63% Basil Fawlty 0% Homer Simpson 7% Alan Partridge 23% Steve Stiffler 0% Withnail 3% Oscar Schindler 3% Total: 30 members' votes ( 1 comment...) What's the best exercise for when you're stuck in a queue?
Bear in mind ability to get moving quickly if needed, and effects of stream and wind and constrained spaces.
Roll ups 12% Frontstops tapping 8% Backstops tapping 4% Standing up in the boat (i.e. by taking a stroke) 4% Cutting the cake 0% Swapping blades between sides 4% Pausing on the recovery 8% Everyone swap seats 62% Total: 26 members' votes ( 14 comments...) What is/was your favourite VIII
Everyone has a favourite boat, past or present.
BP1 26% Denys Lawrence 12% BP2 21% Margot 3% BP3 [Karlische] 18% BP4 [Aylings] 0% BP5 [the wooden thing] 6% Peter Brandt 9% Titan 0% Conqueror 3% Fair Maid of Kent 0% Henry 3% Total: 34 members' votes ( 23 comments...) I remember when...
you could walk past Sainsbury's without noticing it was there 33% everything in the Bridge Street accommodation was wonky, leaking, or live 45% Burrell's Field only had the big houses 3% half the computers in the computer room would have blue screens which you couldn't unlock 35% the first model C ergs arrived at the boathouse 13% the rising bollards in Trinity Street were put in 18% the bar was in the corner of Great Court 25% the dining hall went through the phase of putting banana on everything (e.g. Salmon Caprice) 48% the bop involved a live DJ, not a computer 33% all the furniture in College rooms was like the stuff in the boathouse now 35% no one had swipe cards 10% Cindy's was Cindy's 8% Cindy's was 5th Avenue 58% Eden Lily was more than a photography shop 33% The Baron of Beef and the Mitre were dingy pubs 58% The maths department was in town 38% BP2 (Janousek) was BP1 20% BP4 (Aylings) was BP1 0% BP3 was BP1 3% the river flooded 55% the river froze 13% the river was covered with green scum (and I mean the whole river, not just the odd patch) 18% there was a NatWest at Great Gate 45% Formal Hall cost three pounds or less 38% you paid for meals with little tickets with the number of courses written on them 53% there was a Z Blue Boar 40% novices rowed 15 minutes after the seniors 35% none of the above 30% Total: 40 members' votes ( 18 comments...) How often do you check the website?
Every minute 3% Every hour 10% Three or four times a day 50% Daily 23% Weekly 10% Monthly 0% Annually 0% I have never checked the website 3% Total: 30 members' votes ( 7 comments...)