Wednesday, 9 October 2013
and the winner is.......
Look at you all, hiding your faces. My point today is the amount of people I see SCREAMING,
Now I don't mind being quiet about who left The Great British Bake-Off that evening, but what I am starting to despise is people telling me, a WEEK later, that I cannot discuss a certain programme because they haven't had a chance to watch it yet and they don't want me to discuss it.
When does the "No spoiler" rule lapse? A day, two days?
I haven't watched ANY of Breaking Bad yet, does that mean I can request that NO-ONE talks about it, in case I decide to sit down in the future and watch it all?
Of course it doesn't.
And for some people, if you have time to flit around on social media, screaming at people not to post spoilers, then instead of doing that, may I suggest you go and watch the bloody programme and then we can talk about it.
Social Media is just that, SOCIAL. I want to be able to talk about a programme I have watched without someone whinging I have spoilt the ending for them.
So I repeat.
He is dead,
The Red Team won.
The goody is now a baddie.
Now can I talk about it?
What do you think? How long should the NO SPOILER rule last?
If at all?
Do you hate people crying out, No spoilers or are you one of the people who hates having programmes ruined by social media?
Let me know
Big Fashionista x x x