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So I grew up thinking that this was a word everybody knew irrespective of whether they were welsh or not, but seeing as I've now had a fourth person who's just recently* moved to Wales ask me what an eisteddfod is, I'm not so sure. So any excuse for a DW poll hey?

Poll #5709 Eisteddfodau
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 65


I know what Eisteddfod means

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No
25 (39.1%)

Maybe
6 (9.4%)

Yes
33 (51.6%)

Dude, they awarded me the bardic chair in Blaenau Gwent last year.
0 (0.0%)

I speak welsh

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fluently
0 (0.0%)

slightly
2 (4.4%)

I understand a bit
12 (26.7%)

I was once able to count to ten
21 (46.7%)

Dim o gwbl
10 (22.2%)

I live (or have lived)

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In Wales
6 (9.4%)

Bristol
4 (6.2%)

On the Welsh/English Border
1 (1.6%)

England
21 (32.8%)

Elsewhere in the United Kingdom
10 (15.6%)

Australia
10 (15.6%)

Argentina
0 (0.0%)

Elsewhere in the world
41 (64.1%)

It's illegal not to include this question now isn't it?

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Blwch ticio
20 (35.7%)

Ticky box
28 (50.0%)

This box wants to be a radio button
19 (33.9%)

This one wishes it were multiple choice
13 (23.2%)



The best thing about the Bristol Eisteddfod was that three years running I got to hit Sarah Jones with a foam-stuffed sock truncheon. (We were friends in that 'we'd hate each other but there's no one else to be friends with' way.)

Please feel free to link to your friends as I'd love to get as many people answering as possible.

Yno, cynhaliwyd ymryson, a gwahoddwyd beirdd a cherddorion o bob cwr o'r wlad i gystadlu yn erbyn ei gilydd.

* recently, as in within the last couple of years. ie more recently than me.

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