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Random poll time. The poll creator thingy has been wonky all goddamned day.

Poll #955702 Random Sociological Survey #1: The Empty Elevator

When entering an empty elevator, where do you tend to stand?

Dead center
2(7.1%)
Right in front of the door
0(0.0%)
Against the back wall
6(21.4%)
Along on of the sides
5(17.9%)
In a corner
5(17.9%)
Directly in front of the buttons
4(14.3%)
Don't care / don't pay attention
3(10.7%)
The elevator I use most frequently is not big enough to address this level of specificity
1(3.6%)
I take the stairs
2(7.1%)
damn, i really had to think this through very carefully. actually i could answer yes on all the questions, except the last one - i avoid the stairs due to that i am afraid of getting claustrophobic as my grandma (which probably is some kind of phobia i dont know the name on). finally i choose "dont care/dont pay attention," since i figure that is the most accurate answer if you cant remember where you stand in elevators (with or without other people in it) ;)
I should've put a "I stand all over the place / I have no consistent place I go" option, I suppose, but I originally had options for each specific corner, too, and it was getting a bit ridiculous.
jeez, i am happy you didnt write all the corners at well, since i am pretty sure my brain would have gone overheated of all the thinking. i have a very bad combination of being absent minded and hard to take decisions. the good thing is that is makes me funny and people have a good laugh. the bad things is that i never really seems to really understand if i am really doing anything at all, and is always certain i am doing it all wrong, just to be certain i am doing at all. hmmm, not even i get anything out of that ;)
my rule of elevator entering is push the button and get out of the way. and i hate everyone who doesn't subscribe to my rules.
oh, but i should add that I'm on one of the higher floors in my building, so I know i'm not going anywhere for a while.
The elevators in my office are tricky because you press your desired floor BEFORE YOU EVEN ENTER THE ELEVATOR; a wall panel then indicates which elevator you will enter.