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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby tinuviel2006 » Sun Aug 24, 2008 6:50 am

Well I'm not bothered by spoilers at all! I mean, I'm gonna read or watch it what's the problem? I didn't mean to read all of the Breaking Dawn spoilers, but I accidentaly did on, and I liked it! haha
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby ~xStRaWbErRyx~ » Sun Aug 24, 2008 7:02 am

I always cave and look at spoilers, I just can't help it!
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby KaseyHeartEdward » Tue Aug 26, 2008 11:06 pm

Breaking Dawn was spolied for me.

By my friend cause she was venting about what she heard about Nessie so i was like what!!!???

But it was okay

i forgave her. And understood.

Plus i was glad that i got the warning cause i was shocked! lol
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby Spartan » Sun Oct 19, 2008 2:19 pm

My Brother spoiled 6 Sacred Stones For me which really annoyed me but other than that i don't really remember getting a book spoilt - though I do remember the day HP5 came out me and My mate were on the phone for hours flicking through it and discussing what we saw " OMG SIRIUS DIES!" will always stick with me.

My friends claim that I spoilt POTC2 for them which is such a Lie. What happened was - I saw it before them and kept making things up like " Oh yeh Will Turner and Capt. Jack make out" or " I was really shocked when the aliens arrived." Stuff that none of them believed and one of my "Spoilers" was "Yeh at the end Capt. Jack gets eaten by a massive sea monster" which did actually happen, of course they didn't believe me so when they saw it they did get suprised. But now they never know when i'm making it up or what when I "spoil" things for them. :lol:
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby psugar » Sat Nov 08, 2008 4:58 pm

The whole entire Twilight series was ruined for me, I told all of my friends and one girl who hates me told me that at the end that Bella becomes a vampire. I pushed that away thinking she was lying though.
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby alellie » Sat Nov 08, 2008 11:21 pm

Breaking Dawn.

At the day of the release, I called my friend if she already finished the book (we're all very fast readers here) and I could hear in the background, her sister was screaming, "OH MY F*CKING CARLISLE! BELLA GETS PREGGERS!"

Yeah, that just spoiled it for me.

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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby YouAreMyLifeNow » Sat Nov 08, 2008 11:26 pm

My sister found out the end of Braking Dwan on the internet while she was looking for the trailer for the movie. I had already read it like 4 times by then, but i still got really mad at her. She hadent read it and i yelled at her for almost 20 for ruining it for herself.( i don't know why i was yelling at her though, it not like she ruined it for me but still, for some reason i was MAD.) :oops:
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby lostxcause » Sun Nov 09, 2008 12:23 am

i read really really if there's a book i don't want spoiled, i quarantine myself away from the world until i finish. which is almost never more than 6 hours. i HATE spoilers.

and i don't give anything away when i've read something...even when people ask
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby porscheturbo911 » Sun Nov 09, 2008 12:51 am

Breaking Dawn kinda got spoiled for me. It was really, really weird.

It was so weird, 'cause I remember sitting in line at the bookstore for the midnight release of BD and me and my friends were discussing stuff about Twilight. So one of my friends launches herself into this story about how she had read some fanfics where Bella gets pregnant and Jacob imprints on the child. I remember myself, so clearly, going "Noooooooo freaking way would that ever happen."

How very wrong I was =P.
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Re: The Woes of Being Spoiled

Postby edward x lover » Sun Nov 09, 2008 4:29 pm

My sister told me Edward wasn't in New Moon that much and not thinking I asked her if he was int he next one so that sorta spoiled the suspense of Bella running to save his life for me.
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