The latest part of its Identity Cards Initiative, About Your Habitat will collect details about where you live in order to plan the best route to follow you home.
The forms add a twist to the previous techniques of claimant oppression and data-gathering: that of reverse psychology. The new form actively denies claimants the ability to answer questions, by blanking out fields, so promoting a sense of thwarted longing to provide the data willingly.
A team of eminent philosophers will now be subpoenaed to read the forms using complex reasoning techniques and recreational pharmaceuticals.
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