Based on a negative opinion by the twins of cest/cesters (Jedward say they like cest/cesters), Cesters are more likely to stop shipping the twins than Non-Cesters are to become anti-cesters.
Based on a positive opinion by the twins of cest/cesters (Jedward say they don’t like cest/cesters), Non-Cesters are slightly more likely to become cesters than Anti-Cesters are to stop being anti-cesters.
Non-Cesters are more than twice as likely to become cesters if the twins said they liked cest/cesters than they are to become anti-cesters if the twins said they didn’t like cest/cesters; Non-Cesters are more willing to become Cesters than to become Anti-Cesters.
Cesters are less likely to stop shipping the twins if the twins said they didn’t like cest/cesters than Anti-Cesters are to stop being anti-cesters if the twins said they did like cest/cesters; Cesters are less willing than Anti-Cesters to change their views to match those of the twins’.
In all instances, Jedward liking/disliking cest itself has a stronger pulling power on changing people’s cest-status than Jedward liking/disliking cesters.
Given the associated opinion on cest/cesters by the twins, the likeliness of each transition would be ranked from most likely to least likely as: Non-Cester>Cester, Anti-Cester>Non-/Cester, Non-Cester>Anti-Cester, and Cester>Non-/Anti-Cester.
I think cest existing (i.e. fans shipping them and writing fanfiction) makes Jedward feel:
The four most popular words chosen by Cesters were: Amused, Embarrassed, Confused, Accepted.
The four most popular words chosen by Non-Cesters were: Embarrassed, Misunderstood, Upset, Confused.
The four most popular words chosen by Anti-Cesters were: Confused, Angry, Victimised, Scared.
While Anti-Cesters and Non-Cesters devoted about 25-30% of choices to Angry/Betrayed/Victimised/Scared, Cesters hardly chose these options at all.
The selections of Happy/Amused~ and Confused/Embarrassed~ feelings (grouped in yellowish and blueish shades respectively) are similar across all three cest-status groups, with the latter being the more popular.
Non-Cesters made the least selections of Understood/Accepted~ feelings (coloured in purpleish shades) of any cest-status group, with Cesters being most likely to choose these options.
Overall, Cesters chose an approximately 2:1 ratio of positive:negative feelings, while Non-Cesters’ ratio was 1:6 (the lowest of all three groups), and Anti-Cesters’ was approximately 1:2.
Polls from Left>Right: Cesters, Non-Cesters, Anti-Cesters
The first in a series of 3 sets of poll results from polls conducted 5 months ago that I just realised I never graphed… If there are errors/typos in any of the observations I’ve written in any of these posts I apologise in advance.
Cesters are most likely to believe that Jedward are indifferent to cest existing, and least likely to believe that Jedward dislike cest existing. This is the opposite from Anti-Cesters’ opinions. Non-Cesters are almost equally divided between believing that Jedward are indifferent to, or disliking of, cest existing, with a small percentage believing that Jedward like cest existing.
Cesters are most likely to believe that Jedward like cesters equally to other fans, and least likely to believe that Jedward dislike cesters. This distribution of opinion is similar to that of Non-Cesters. Anti-Cesters, however, exclusively believe that Jedward dislike cesters (NB: this is based on just one vote because anti-cesters are useless at voting :/.)
Both Cesters and Non-Cesters believe that Jedward are more likely to have a favourable opinion of cesters than of cest, this view being more pronounced in Non-Cesters.
Cesters and Non-Cesters have more similar views on Jedward’s opinion of cesters: that they are vastly more likely to be liked equally to other fans than liked less / disliked.
Anti-Cesters and Non-Cesters have more similar views on Jedward’s opinion of cest: that they are unlikely to like cest, and more likely to be indifferent to / dislike cest.
Can anybody help me here?
The little Blurose logo Alex puts at the end of his videos also comes with a weird noise that sounds like something you might hear on a radio as an intro/outro or something tuning in.
And I was just on youtube on this video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHyDvu9QW1E - and that noise happened at the start and I was like WAIT THAT’S NERIMON’S NOISE!
Is this a genuine real noise that exists in lots of places and I’ve only ever seen it in these two but it’s actually on loads of other products also? Or is it a rare noise that comes from this EaglesTalent company that Alex found and decided to use as his outro? Or is it like some kind of stock noise that’s for sale that both the Eagle people and Alex happened to both choose? What’s the deal with the noises being the same? Am I caring too much?
Walt. Walt!! What are you doing?!
“Oh, I’m sorry, oh, the “work station”. Jesus.”
Who has the bigger sweet tooth?
John: “I do! I was eating sweets this morning!
You said we’re not allowed to eat sweets :(“
These were all in a row, and I liked how it went from questioning, to confirming, to exclaiming.