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Way to hide spoilers

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#4 - solidor
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(04/10/2013) [-]
I agree. I live in the UK, I get tv shows later than the US (even if it's a few days only) so far the following TV Shows have had huge game changing spoilers revealed to me on funnyjunk:

Game of thrones
Walking Dead
Breaking Bad
Avatar The legend of Korra

I usually manage to avoid the game of thrones season because of the early release in the UK (I think it's a day later) but the rest is annoying. And people just say "Well don't go on the internet until you see it?"

Ok then, I won't go on the internet for months while waiting for it to air in the U.K. I'll quit my job, which involved being on the internet managing online profiles for companies etc. I'll just do that, yeah.
#3 - anon
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(04/10/2013) [-]
I kind of agree with OP here. I don't get overly annoyed with spoilers, but they can really get on people's nerves. Considering the fact that they can be infuriating, I think they could be considered 'inappopriate', and should be filtered in some way.
#1 - anon
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(04/09/2013) [-]
I agree! Like seriously I was pissed when I saw that picture of Merle as a zombie :| I didn't even see that episode. And people argue that oh, don't go on the internet if you don't wanna see spoilers; no, how about you don't shove your ******* spoilers in my face and let me browse and do what I do on a day-to-day basis. Why should I not go on the internet because people wanna ruin a show for me? I agree, OP.. I ******* agree HARD.
User avatar #2 - flemsdfer
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(04/10/2013) [-]
Why should everyone change because you haven't seen something yet? It's very simple to NOT GO ON THE INTERNET. Instead of being on the internet, you could be out seeing what you don't want to see on the internet so you may return to the internet. People just want to talk about something they've seen with the majority of everyone else that has seen it.