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#1 by Andy207 » Fri Mar 02, 2018 05:56

So I was taking a qualifying survey, and passed all the questions up until I had got to a mixed TRAP Question.

It asked if I had bathed in Ketchup within the last 6 months?

I answered yes, and it disqualified me...

Really stinks because I really had to bathe in ketchup from being sprayed by a skunk less than 7 weeks ago.
So certain TRAP questions should have a follow up question..

Does anyone agree???
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#2 by Arvind9 » Fri Mar 02, 2018 06:02

Whats wrong in the question,you answered yes and got disqualified who would bathed in ketchup,do you,if you did then sorry they were not looking for you
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#3 by WaRDFrA » Fri Mar 02, 2018 06:30

Andy207 wrote: I really had to bathe in ketchup from being sprayed by a skunk less than 7 weeks ago.

Haha... Talking about bad luck ---> :shock: :shock: :shock:

Blame the skunk.

Regards.
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#4 by Sarge25 » Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:02

I'm sorry, but this made me laugh. I'm sure it really did stink. :lol: :mrgreen:

Even though you probably did bathe in ketchup, it's kind of common sense that this is likely a screening question 'cause it's not really a topic survey providers want your opinion about so isn't a 'qualifying' question, select no even if you have.
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#5 by valerie » Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:15

I've never heard of bathing in ketchup to remove skunk spray.

Here in the South (Tennessee) where I live, we use Tomato Juice.
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#6 by Sarge25 » Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:38

valerie wrote: I've never heard of bathing in ketchup to remove skunk spray.

Here in the South (Tennessee) where I live, we use Tomato Juice.

Does it even work? Apparently it just masks the smell slightly.

The new eau de parfum huh? Fresh tomato with hints of clove, coriander, cinnamon and a faint aroma of skunk. :mrgreen:
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#7 by valerie » Sun Mar 04, 2018 06:27

Sarge25 wrote:
valerie wrote: I've never heard of bathing in ketchup to remove skunk spray.

Here in the South (Tennessee) where I live, we use Tomato Juice.

Does it even work? Apparently it just masks the smell slightly.

The new eau de parfum huh? Fresh tomato with hints of clove, coriander, cinnamon and a faint aroma of skunk. :mrgreen:

YES.

You may read some where that it doesn't help but it truly does. Most of what you may read
is by people that have never even been around a skunk.

It's not perfection and I suppose it has a lot to do with the acidity of the juice.

If you or your dog get up front and personal with a skunk..............errr or back and get sprayed
heavily, you can take a bath in tomato juice FIRST and then take a soapy bath. Same goes for
the dog.
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#8 by splat44 » Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:12

I never heard or seen anyone bathing in ketchup!

Those kind of questions are as captcha and with incorrect answer will reduce your quality point by 10

If you think that question is wrong then send yourseveys a ticket!
Andy207 wrote: So I was taking a qualifying survey, and passed all the questions up until I had got to a mixed TRAP Question.

It asked if I had bathed in Ketchup within the last 6 months?

I answered yes, and it disqualified me...

Really stinks because I really had to bathe in ketchup from being sprayed by a skunk less than 7 weeks ago.
So certain TRAP questions should have a follow up question..

Does anyone agree???
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#9 by Nikorj » Wed Mar 07, 2018 03:17

Sometimes you should just LIE!
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#10 by Andy207 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 05:11

UM how about not Lie, and just go through the surveys. Sometimes you get bumped, and I deal with it every time I am on here.

I like this site, especially since they are the only ones who actually give you a chance to get a check without mistakes.

You cannot lie on here, and if you do: then you should be band for lying about it all.
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#11 by Nikorj » Thu Mar 08, 2018 05:17

Andy207 wrote: UM how about not Lie, and just go through the surveys. Sometimes you get bumped, and I deal with it every time I am on here.

I like this site, especially since they are the only ones who actually give you a chance to get a check without mistakes.

You cannot lie on here, and if you do: then you should be band for lying about it all.

It's a sarcastic comment.

Have you recently bathed in ketchup?? You did bathe in ketchup, Right??

Now you need to lie if you don't want to be disqualified :mrgreen:
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