The new poll topic for The Daily & Sunday Review website this week is: If you see someone with mustard on their face, what do you do?

- I tell them

- I might tell them if I know the person

- I try to ignore it

- It depends on how awkward the situation is

Last week's question was: What do you do if someone gives you a lousy haircut?

As of the end of the poll period on Saturday evening, with 504 responses received, the breakdown was as follows: I ask them to fix what's wrong before I leave, 145, 29 percent; I get another hair dresser in the same salon/barber shop, 6, 1 percent; I go to another salon/barber shop, 104, 21 percent; I tell everyone I know how bad the cut was , 52, 10 percent; I try to live with it until next time, 120, 24 percent; I try to fix it myself when I get home, 77, 15 percent.

The poll is not conducted scientifically and cannot be taken as an accurate measurement of community sentiment. It is an interactive feature for entertainment only.

To take part, visit the newspaper's website home page, which is at