I am suspicious of the honesty of the loop survey, and I'd like to test my suspicions with your help.
I came across this idea via Freakonomics:
The seventh chapter discusses how to let problems sort themselves out using the principle of a "self weeding garden" and a multitude of ways people tricked others into revealing their true intentions. The chapter uses a multitude of examples, such as explaining the logic behind the story of King Solomon and his threat to chop a baby in half and David Lee Roth's pickiness over brown M&M's.
I propose when we answer the loop questionnaire, we phrase or use a phrase that will have to return in the results. The answer MUST be helpful/reasonable in it's own right. I do not intend to sabotage the survey, doing so is counter productive and lessens the impact of our feedback
The point is to check if there is a connect between answers we submit and what answers we get shown.
Suggestions for 'Brown M&M' phrases below as answers please.