MediaSpy User Demographics


#904

Why not try different milkshakes using almond, soy and rice milk instead?


#905

My grandad had malted milkshakes.

Wendy’s always used to offer the add in.


#906

Why don’t you try and let us know!


#907

Several years ago I had soy milk instead of normal milk. Tasted good but I preferred almond.


#908

Most milk bars did that in the past. Malt has gone out of fashion in recent times.


#909

The Pancake Parlour has amazing milkshakes but they’re pretty large and expensive. As well as ice cream I think they add cream to make it thicker. Delicious but only on very special occasions…


#910

I don’t rate the pancake parlour


#911

Time for something on topic…I think.

If Parrot does leave 2GB, who should his replacement be?

  • Ray Hadley
  • Ben Fordham
  • Karl Stefanovic
  • Steve Price
  • Kyle Sandilands
  • A woman
  • “Stephanie”
  • Dead air
  • El Captian Cranky

0 voters


#912

Alan Jones?


#913

Where’s the ‘off-air’ option?


#914

That’s “dead air”. :wink:


#915

How do you currently watch the majority of your TV content?

  • Broadcast (FTA)
  • Subscription (Foxtel, etc)
  • BVOD (9Now, etc)
  • SVOD (Foxtel Now, Stan, Netflix, etc)
  • DVDs
  • iTunes
  • Other online (unofficial streaming, downloads, etc)
  • Other hardware (USB sharing or whatever)
  • Click here if none of the above, but please comment what :slight_smile:

0 voters


#916

Mainly Netflix at the moment, though my trusty DVD boxsets are getting a workout too recently


#917

No Betamax option? :disappointed_relieved:


#918

What about VHS? 16mm reels? :rofl:


#919

Did consider that option. But archaic now. Barely anyone would watch majority though VHS. Even though I still have one connected and from time to time revisit.


#920

Haven’t had a cable plugged into the aerial socket for the whole time I’ve lived in my current house (3 years). Commercial FTA doesn’t have anything to offer, and iView and SBS On Demand cover off anything Australian.

Otherwise a mix of SVOD (Stan/Netflix) and downloads… although YouTube takes up a good chunk of screen time too.


#921

Google Play is one I forgot, but unfortunately can’t be added to the poll after the first 60min.