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posted by alice_cullen_12
Yes. The title is true. To pick au not to pick. That is my question. It is your job, dear fanpoppers, to answer. After kusoma this article/guide/storybook, when wewe are educated picker, decide whether wewe will fanpick au not.

Pros and Cons of fanpicking.

Pros: Let's wewe share your opinion. Let's wewe get out your anger. Has cool icons. Has cool answers. Made kwa fans, not the government. Not Obama au Corporate America. THE FANS!

Cons:Takes up your precious time. Hurts your head when wewe think about your decision too much.

Story Time!

There once was fanpicker named Sue. Sue was having an internal...
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posted by miiamya
My latest pick pet peeve is not opinionated picks. They have been popping up frequently and are beginning to irk me almost as much as repeat picks. In case wewe don't know what I am talking about, not opinionated picks are picks that ask maswali to which there is only one answer. These can range from inquiring when the inayofuata episode of a onyesha in airing to asking what the full name of a character is.

I assume that the people who create these picks just don't understand the purpose of a pick. Picks are not trivia maswali nor are they a way to ask for factual information. If wewe wish to know when a new episode airs, I suggest posting it as a forum.

I'm sorry if this was at all offensive, but I figured that uandishi a soapbox was easier than giving the same spiel to every mwandishi of a not opinionated pick.

Also, I am trying to think of a better name for this variety of picks rather than 'not opinionated picks'. Catchy names were never my forte.
posted by IsabellaAzuria
k, this is a little something for fun - enjoy - just write down before wewe look at the text below:

1. an adjective

2. A room in your house/flat

3. A person

4. a color

5. an adjective

6. an adjective au color

7. a verb

8. a place

9. a person

10. a noun

11. a number

now add the words wewe wrote down to the right numbers in the text - and tell me what wewe got:D


A (1) dream
I was sitting in the (2) and thought about (3) I drew a (4) picture of her/him. Her/his face looked (5) And the eyes were (6).
Anyways, I wanted to throw that picture away but suddenly (3) came in to shout at me.
He/she seemed kind of angry and shouted: "(7)!"
I was confused.
Only wanted to run away - so I did that.
I ran to (8), sat down there and cried.
Somebody else came.
It was (9)
(9) came to hug me.
and (9) gave me a/an (10)
"Happy (11)st/nd/rd/th Birthday!" (9) said
What a (1) dream
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 Real world bullying: we see it everywhere
Real world bullying: we see it everywhere
We all remember it, though we say we don't. Those in school still see it everyday, maybe are victims, au even perpetrators, of it. In workplaces, schools, colleges, sports organisations- this happens in all walks of life, for all manner of reasons.

I am, of course, talking about bullying. We've heard the stories of teens driven to suicide kwa bullies, people forced out of jobs kwa abusive employers, coaches victimising players. Tragic stories, definitely.

This is not the bullying I am talking about today. We move, for this soapbox, from the real world to the cyber world. Today, we talk about Cyber-Bullying....
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