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Even this robust stallion is no match for Alice's democratically chosen sleep mist

Alice! Health Promotion launched a poll yesterday evening in which students can write in and vote on new items. When the votes are in, Alice! will turn your clicking into free swag and give out the most popular choices. Current options range from the popular “Umbrella” to the mystifying “Sleep Mist.” Make sure to click View Results below the poll to look at some pretty graphs, one of which reveals a puzzling 75 votes cast from Croydon, GB.

Somnolent steed via wikimedia.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Vote sleep mists please!

    I hear from an Ask Alice employee that the umbrellas will be of really low quality.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous it’s croydon

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Alice! Come to Wien they are right at the front desk no judgement!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous where’s the least awkward place to pick up free condoms? like a handful.

    1. RA says:

      @RA The Amsterdam Practice Group in John Jay! Go up to the fourth floor, turn left, and there is a tower of condoms. No one ever gives you a weird look for taking a bunch!

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