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How do you try to forget spoilers?
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Posted 3/12/14 , edited 3/12/14
I tend to forget them too as I go on a K-drama/J-drama marathon for a while.
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Posted 3/29/14
Hypnosis.
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Posted 3/29/14
i don't have a problem with spoilers

i just don't care cause usually some things are just 10000000000000000000% easily predictable any more

when ever i hear one i am like "well i knew that was coming any ways so i dont care much"
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Posted 3/29/14
I don't care about spoilers that much. When I get spoiled, I shift from the worrying over plot mentality to simply being entertained by what I see.
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Posted 3/29/14
How I forget, is I plot the convoluted way I could find and murder the person who spoiled it for me without getting caught. That normally takes a good amount of time to do, and I end up so engrossed in my plot that I forget all about what was spoiled.
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I can't forget them. it's like someone branded them on my brain. I try to not think about it, but it's especially hard when i'm currently watching the show I got the spoilers from.
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Posted 3/29/14
I don't care about spoilers, since they usually disappear from my brain shortly after.
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Posted 3/29/14
You should think of something completely different and unrelated, without panicking, as quickly as possible.
Feel as little as possible, because strong emotions enhance memory. Also, make sure that it makes as little sense as possible, because comprehension enhances memory. Don't look back at it after you see it once, because repetition enhances memory. Also, don't care about it, because interest enhances memory. If you still remember it after about an hour, you've screwed yourself over if you care about spoilers. You might still remember it when it happens in the show, but if you don't remember until then, objective accomplished.
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Posted 3/29/14 , edited 3/29/14
I just get mad and then continue on.

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Posted 3/29/14
i hang myself

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Posted 3/29/14
I don't really mind spoilers because I don't watch something to see the ending. The only time a spoiler would annoy me is when someone spoils something that doesn't happen during an anime that I wanted to happen (ex: someone spoils that my OTP don't end up together).
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Posted 3/29/14
Usually, I'll just go on a 'mad' viewing of different Websites and remove Myself often from the Internet throughout the next period of hours; days that I find Myself Online, or in a position in which I have the ability of viewing; thinking deliberately about said
spoiled..

But, I have a bad memory anyhow...
Posted 3/29/14
I actually like spoilers.

When I'm watching an anime/show and I could tell that it wouldn't end well, I usually watch the last episode to check if my fave characters are still alive or my ship ended up together.

Then I end up not watching it altogether (because I can't take the heart fail), or I could at least prepare myself.
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Posted 3/29/14
I look for spoilers. I can't help myself. Then I stop watching what I spoiled, usually.
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Posted 3/29/14
I can't, unless I'm lucky and forget them (which has happened probably once, so that doesn't really help).
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