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How do you try to forget spoilers?
Posted 3/10/14 , edited 3/10/14
What is seen can never be unseen.
Posted 3/10/14

Animeaddict04 wrote:



Shops the Wops I just Lost the Match


Weren't you just...Banned? o_O
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Posted 3/10/14
YOU CANT
Posted 3/10/14
Sadly, I can't forget spoilers...
After hearing it, I'd normally just marathon that particular show da capo al fine so that it's out of my head.
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Posted 3/10/14
I just act like they don't know what they're talking about/ are giving me false information. And then I burn the spoiler with fire within my head. Usually works quite well.
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Posted 3/10/14
As much as I dislike people who unnecessarily give out spoilers from the manga, I never dread it that much until I wish them to die a miserable death
Sure they're annoying and should stfu but spoilers aren't that bad. At least for me personally. I hate having to wait and watch the purposedly dragged out story to reach the conclusion, so knowing what to expect calms me down instead of getting frustrated and anxious for something that's already out there.
I hope I made sense. wow it looks kinda confusing
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Posted 3/10/14

dev_c_ wrote:


saksiss wrote:

Simple, I don't need to forget them as I watch the anime shortly after airing.

What about anime adaptions from Visual Novels, Manga, and other media?



Mullegun wrote:
Off topic: OP who is the girl in your avatar?

Yusa Emi from Hataraku Maou-sama!


Meh, got no answer other than I watch all anime before going to any sites where they can be spoiled.
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Posted 3/10/14
Hearing or reading a spoiler before I've seen a show/movie/anime doesn't really bother me all that much. In fact I welcome them if I'm too busy to sit down and watch something. But once I start to watch whatever it is that I need to catch up on my brain shuts off and I forget all about it. However, if I am in the middle of watching something and you decide to tell me the twist end or which character is gonna die then expect to have a hard object smack you in the face or be sucker punched in the throat. I will give you only ONE warning.
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29 / F / Southern Oregon
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Posted 3/10/14
It doesn't bother me at all, in fact sometimes I go looking for spoilers.

It doesn't bother me because even if I know what is going to happen I still want to see how it happens. Sort of it's the journey not the destination that matters type of thing. And I re-watch a lot of stuff because I like it, the fact that I know what is going to happen next doesn't make me like it less then the first time I watch it. In fact most things get better after multiple watches because you pick up on things you missed the first time, or things that didn't really make since before do now that you know what is going to happen later on. Spoilers kind of do the same thing sometimes.
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Posted 3/10/14
If you look at it from a different perspective . . .

You have been to someplace before, could be anywhere, but lets just say this place is a place you enjoy, you can reach easily by car, train or even plane. So the trip isn't always the same, but you already know the outcome.

Even if I read a spoiler, I still watch the anime, because I want to see how it got there. I just noticed that eegah87 said pretty much the same thing
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Posted 3/10/14 , edited 3/10/14
I'm trying to do that now... I'm in denial until I see the truth! xD
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Posted 3/11/14
If I'm not planning on watching a series, I'm not going to remember what people say about it. If it's something I do plan on watching, I avoid spoilers to a reasonable degree, so it's very rarely a problem to begin with.

Otherwise I need at least a few years to forget something, which means abandoning the series entirely for that time. Which usually isn't worth the hassle, since if something's worth watching without knowing anything, it's worth watching knowing about some spoilers.
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Posted 3/11/14 , edited 3/11/14
I never really mind knowing what happens, and usually still end up watching/reading to see how it comes about.
Posted 3/11/14
I don't have to try. I just do.
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Posted 3/11/14
The spoilers I see are from the manga so I just cry for a months until the 'spoiler' happens in the episode.

But really. I see spoilers, I get extremely upset, I tell someone about it to get it off my chest, and continue on as usual.
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