What would you like to do to people who reveal the ending of an edge of the seat story?(Say an Agatha Christie novel). ...........
I for one would love to kill them
I buy another book, or see another movie.
Plenty of both everywhere
If it's a hardback book then I think I would have only one course of action. Paperback doesn't have the same concussive potential
oooooooooo cant stand that...... just as bad when watching a good movie and some idiot tells you exactly whats going to happen next and how the movie ends
If I am already reading the book and almost finished with it, and someone tells me the ending. I continue reading the book, regardless of what they say.
It's irrelevant. They were not the reason I read the book in the first place.
I get very upset and angry when people feel this irresistable need to reveal the ending of a book or a movie. I usually hit them really hard in the shoulder or something like that.
My boyfriend does that all the time...Was sitting watching hells kitchen US the other day and he's like 'it's that guy that wins' I could've killed him...fortunately he knew he'd annoyed me and went out for chocolate...I'm so in lurv
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