THIS IS VERY URGENT AND NOT A JOKE! ALSO DON'T GOOF OFF!!!!
I really mean it! What would you be able to do if SOPA/TPP censors the internet? What would you be able to do if writing fanfics and drawing fanarts become illegal? What would you do if it's illegal to do a cover of your favorite...
-Is it convinient
-Is it appropriate
-Is it neccesarry
-Is it a good choice
If no to two or more of the above questions, skip that option. Look at the next and ask yourself the same questions. You may find the other option similar, inappropriate, unnessary, not a good choice and inconvinient.
So, if the other choice is worse than the first option, skip that choice, and just go with option no.1.
If the second choice is as good as or better than the first, consider it.
Yes. The title is true. To pick or not to pick. That is my question. It is your job, dear fanpoppers, to answer. After reading this article/guide/storybook, when you are educated picker, decide whether you will fanpick or not.
Pros and Cons of fanpicking.
Pros: Let's you share your opinion. Let's you get out your anger. Has cool icons. Has cool answers. Made by fans, not the government. Not Obama or Corporate America. THE FANS!
Cons:Takes up your precious time. Hurts your head when you think about your decision too much.
This article is basically bits and bats on what i think make a brilliant pick just that little bit extra sparkly...i don't suppose it has any real purpose but hopefully some of you will find it useful....or a amusing read :)
5. Top tip number five, pick something interesting...I'm pretty certain no one really has an opinion on what color everyone's teapots are or finds the length of your finger nails amusing. It may seem like a obvious thing but don't ask a pick for the sake of just asking a pick. Ask a pick to hear people's opinions or to...
As amazondebs said before, the "all" option can get annoying at times, but it's okay to add it if you are actually losing your mind trying to choose.
But if there is a choice missing that really should be there, even if you aren't going to pick it, you should add it anyways. i. e., "Who's your favorite office character?" If the "Kelly" option is missing, even if you like Jim, add Kelly anyways. You don't have to pick Kelly.
And something else pointed out in Deb's forum, combination options can be annoying too. If you can't decide between Jim and Pam, choose one...
Ok everyone this is a funny email thats been going around my mums office so i though i might share! lol
This is to come up with a sentence to like describe you or something anyway give it a go!
Pick the month you were born:
March--------I karate chopped
May----------I jumped on
July-----------I did the Macarena With
August--------I had lunch with
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 you don't know what I am talking about, not opinionated picks are picks that ask questions to which there is only one answer. These can range from inquiring when the next episode of a show 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 questions nor are they a way to ask for factual information. If you...