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AmIAnnoying.com (AIA) is a website that allows users to vote on celebrities based on their annoyance factors. With more than 20,000 profiles of public figures, it lays the claim as the largest on-going celebrity polling site on the Internet.
It was launched by New York State natives Bruce Goldman, Marc Cutler, and Keith Furman in December 1, 2000 as AmIAnnoyingorNot.com. It was created as a twist of the "Hot or Not" craze. Instead of voting for "regular people", visitors have the opportunity to vote for public figures and their irritability. It is also different from "Hot or Not" in that instead of rating the people on a "1 to 10 scale", it simply asks whether the figure is "annoying" or "not annoying".
The user can also vote "don't care" if he/she is unfamiliar or has no opinion of the celebrity. For each celebrity, there is a picture along with background information and reasons why this famous person might be annoying or not annoying. These profiles are authored by Team Annoy (which is the nickname for the three AIA creators) and a devoted following of site users.
While most of the entries on the site consist of individuals, groups such as bands, sports teams, television series, and even street gangs have their own entries to the site. Even AmIAnnoying.com has its own profile, where in its early years it got mostly annoying votes.
AIA keeps track of the votes cast and produces two ...