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London Pub Lets Brits Vote for Their Least Favorite Republican Candidate in an Interesting Way

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Bizarre poll invites customers to pee into the mouth of their candidate of choice

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Poll is being hosted for ‘The Last Leg,’ a satirical British television show.

A London pub called The Three Stags is letting customers weigh in on the U.S. It is taking a perhaps not-so-politically correct ‘piss poll’ for The Last Leg, a satirical British television show.

The ‘piss poll’ invites customers to urinate into the mouth of the candidate they most dislike, reports The Week. Originally, only the urinals in the men’s bathroom were outfitted with giant cardboard cutouts of the candidates, however after some protests over social media, the cutouts were added to the women’s bathroom to allow women to also have their say.

As for the current frontrunner, pub owner Richard Bell tells The Evening Standard, “Obviously Trump’s winning. 90 percent of people, including me, pee in Trump’s mouth every time.”


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


By Daily Mail Reporter
Updated: 08:31 BST, 4 March 2009

School dinners weren't to everyone's taste - but it seems most of us agree that dessert was usually the highlight.

Traditional apple crumble and custard has been named the nation's favourite school canteen pudding in a survey.

One in five Britons plumped for the dessert when asked about their memories of school dining.

Let them eat crumble: Two thirds of people surveyed thought pupils should still be allowed to eat traditional desserts

Chocolate sponge with chocolate custard came second and third most popular was jam roly-poly.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, almost a third of participants said tapioca was their least favourite dish from their school days, with semolina second bottom of the pudding league.

The survey, carried out by online education guide www.Tom-Brown.com, found that a fifth of women still turn to their favourite school puddings for comfort, because they brought back happy memories about their time at school.

Twenty-eight per cent of those questioned expressed concern that today's schoolchildren are under too much pressure to count calories.

Two thirds told researchers they would be disappointed to see traditional puddings disappear from school menus, and a similar proportion thought schools had a responsibility to let children enjoy them.


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