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User avatar #46 - perform (08/07/2014) [-]
And then you watch something made by Gen Urobuchi.

<heavysarcasm> OH I DID NOT EXPECT HIM TO DIE! </heavysarcasm>
#72 - peterdivine (08/07/2014) [-]
Quasimodo's hump in the background give the impression that she's trying to downplay the cannibalism people caught her in the act doing.
User avatar #66 - zuflux (08/07/2014) [-]
Whenever this happens to me, its because some shows are really ******* predictable.

"Oh, this stalker chick forced a kiss on a girls bf, and she walks in at that moment, she gets mad, breaks up with him, her tits explode, and the world goes under."
User avatar #60 - pulluspardus (08/07/2014) [-]
>Implying tumblr users look like women.
#59 - nightlynutria (08/07/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Ok so English is my second language and even though I feel I can communicate properly sometimes I also feel I dont understand a thing(mfw)   
In this sentence Im being asked if I had ever been in those situations in which I am catching a friend up on a series(meaning my friend is ahead, right?) and he makes a random guess(Why is he guessing if he's ahead meaning he already knows what's going to happen?) and I just sit there like &quot;I must not tell them&quot; (but wtf am I gonna tell? Im catching up how am I supposed to know if it's true!?)   
   
Could someone please help me understanding this? Im sorry.
Ok so English is my second language and even though I feel I can communicate properly sometimes I also feel I dont understand a thing(mfw)
In this sentence Im being asked if I had ever been in those situations in which I am catching a friend up on a series(meaning my friend is ahead, right?) and he makes a random guess(Why is he guessing if he's ahead meaning he already knows what's going to happen?) and I just sit there like "I must not tell them" (but wtf am I gonna tell? Im catching up how am I supposed to know if it's true!?)

Could someone please help me understanding this? Im sorry.
User avatar #41 - tehlulzbringer (08/07/2014) [+] (1 reply)
nope i make sure to spoil any show we're watching before they get a chance to make any guesses
#49 to #41 - SuperHyperCrazy (08/07/2014) [-]
Goddammit, you're one of them.
I have a friend who gets off to spoiling shows for me. She'll get on the private investigator level and will research shows and their respective spoilers just to ruin them. And I'm all for a prank or some harmless fun, but when you're catching up on Game of Thrones and get told that (ACTUAL SPOILER) Robb and Catelyn die that **** is no laughing matter.

**** y'all.
User avatar #40 - jacksipian (08/07/2014) [-]
I did this to me anime loving friend when he showed me Code Geass, Familiar of Zero, and there were some others but i can't remember them right now.
User avatar #39 - voltsandamps (08/07/2014) [-]
thats how i feel after reading the Song of Ice and Fire series
#38 - bazda (08/07/2014) [-]
The first time my dad watched Titanic, at the part when Leo is handcuffed to the pipe and Rose can't figure it out, he goes "go get a fire axe!"

"WAT" - everyone in the room
User avatar #37 - iamannon (08/07/2014) [-]
You're supposed to say, "That's an interesting theory". It's completely ambiguous.
User avatar #32 - imagnetsux (08/07/2014) [-]
"he totally dies, right?"
User avatar #31 - fruitsponchisg (08/07/2014) [-]
>Sister convinces me to start watching GoT
>She already watched till season 2
>Watching first episode with her
>Starks find a dead stag
>"Hey, what do you think about this scene"
>Nonchalantly says "Eh, I guess someone related to stags will die"
>Already knew the banners of some Houses
>That moment when I spoil Roberth Baratheon's death for myself 15 minutes into the series
User avatar #30 - demigodofmadness ONLINE (08/07/2014) [-]
Something slightly related, I was watching my friend play Madden, he's up by 3 points, it's the fourth down enough time for a few more plays. It's his ball, first down, all he has to do is run out the clock. I see he decides to choose a pass play because he's a greedy son of a bitch. I say, "That was dumb, you're going to thrown an interception and they're going to score an 80 yard touchdown." He said, "Ha, yea, what are the odds of that happening?"

That was his face when it happened and he lost. I laughed so hard, for the remainder of the games he played I managed to guess some pretty unlikely events, not just through numbers I never once was wrong, until he eventually determined I must have supernatural gifts.
User avatar #18 - indecisivejew (08/07/2014) [-]
I do that to people all the time. My favorite was when playing Heavy Rain, because as my friend was showing me the game after having beaten it himself, I said, "Oh, that guy's the killer, isn't he?" the second that the character was first shown in the game.

And instead of trying to hide it, my friend just immediately shouted, " **** you Anon you ruin everything! I can't show you anything without you ruining it 10 minutes in."

But really, how was the killer not going to be the fat, creepy looking pasty guy in the trenchcoat? And when you're playing a murder mystery as 4 different people, the chances of one of them being the killer seems pretty likely.
User avatar #17 - Loppytaffy (08/07/2014) [-]
I guess at plot and even script lines a lot of the time and then I know it's time for bed.
Because I start to ruin show for myself. It ruins the suspense when I'm mouthing the words along with the character or point out who the back stabbing piece of **** is before they're revealed.
User avatar #16 - leafonthewind (08/06/2014) [-]
when your friend starts reading/watching game of thrones and says "man I hope my favorite character doesn't die, they would never kill him/her!"
User avatar #14 - mostlyshits (08/06/2014) [-]
my default response to any prediction is
"I dunno, maybe."
works like a charm
User avatar #12 - daftiduck (08/06/2014) [-]
Like you tell them to watch something and they notice Chekhov's gun 20 episodes before it's used and you realize they are much more observant than you.
#6 - alonetime (08/06/2014) [+] (1 reply)
so youre behind and that's why you're catching them up, so how do they make a guess about the given seris that you know about and they dont
#1 - badpony (08/06/2014) [-]
Ye fekkinwot bitch?
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