How to Submit Here - April 11, 2006
ADDITIONS or DELETIONS.
Additions are threaded in Additions and Deletions in Deletions
Do NOT add or delete to subjective collections unless you 100% positive.
We do NOT want your input on who you think is a dim bulb or who blacks like, etc.
Collection ID, Celebrity ID, Rank #
Each series of digits should have its own line and contain nothing but 3 sets of numbers divided by 2 commas.
There is a list of collections near the top of this forum.
The four digits at the left of each collection is the Collection ID.
If you visit a collection on Am I Annoying, the #s after "collection=" is the collection ID on the address bar. It is usually the last digits in the address bar.
You may use SEARCH COLLECTIONS on the site.
The digits may be a single digit up to a 4 digit number.
There is a list of celebrities near the top of the Writer's Work Space
The five digits at the left of each celebrity is the celebrity ID.
If you visit a celebrity on Am I Annoying, the #s after "id=" is the celebrity ID on the address bar. It is usually the last digits in the address bar.
You may use SEARCH CELEBRITIES on the site.
The digits may be a single digit up to a 5 digit number.
Most collections are not ranked, so it is nulled to 0. Use 0.
This number is always an integer (no decimals)
If a collection is ranked it should be obvious what the ranking is. It could be the place finished, the year, the amount or something else.
For a top 10, the rankings would be a number from 1-10 for each person.
For annual awards, the year won would the ranking.
For a quantitative collection such as how many children one has it would be the # of children.
For a succession collection such as US presidents, it would be the # of the presidency.
In the above fictitious example, when we plug it into the collection mass add tool we will get the following added
muttonchops = will sasso = 0
bowlegged = jenna Van Oy = 0
god spoke to me = bush = 0
vh-1 great artist of rock = beatles = 1
SUBMITTING NEW COLLECTIONS
Open a new topic
On the first line - record the name of the collection, even if you already put it in the topic.
People Who Eat Chicken on Tuesday
Only if necessary please provide a note about the collection.
Please provide a list of those missing from the collection in the following sequence.
* John Doe (1982)
* James Doe (1987)
* Jane Doe (1996)
* Sarah Silverman (2002)
COLLECTIONS TO AVOID
Please stay away from submitting the following collection types:
Cast of Movies/TV Shows
Music Group Members
I probably banged
I come from ...
They tend to be the least interesting for web visitors to look at.
Also stay away from very large or virtually unlimited collections.
A good number for a collection is between 7 and 70 celebrities in it. Of course that is not a set rule.
If in doubt - ASK TEAM ANNOY
The one thing that we are real proud of is that we have an extremely bright, creative and helpful group of people in the Annoyatorium. Many times your creativity in coming up with diverse and interesting collections is astounding.