“Is it my fault that I didn’t change the movie on the plane and didn’t let the person behind me go ahead when I got off the plane?”
If you don’t want spoilers, look away…or watch the damn movie yourself! It’s hard to keep your head in the sand for too long when everyone is arguing about The New Cool and Popular Thing.For years on the internet What are you going to do by disconnecting from
There’s a big difference between someone who deliberately ruins a movie and someone who, say, watches a movie in another row of an airplane. For some entitled people the latter constitutes a violation of rights. According to the internet, those people are wrong. Very wrong, in fact.
Shared by Redditor Business-Yam-3669 How confused on her first flight when the woman sitting behind her asked her to stop watching the movie “Unknown”. When the OP refused, the woman started acting. Scroll down and share your thoughts on what happened, Pandas. How do you reach out to qualified people? How do you avoid potential spoilers? Stop by the comments section and let us know.
A woman traveling by plane for work finds herself in a very unusual situation.was told by her passenger to turn off her in-flight movies
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Here’s how the dramatic story unfolds
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Ideally, we shouldn’t blame others for enjoying the media we’ve avoided. There may be accidental spoilers. And that’s quite different from people who intentionally spread them in hopes of ruining someone’s day.
The desire to enjoy a good story with twists and turns is completely understandable. (By the way, when the first episode of “Game of Thrones” dropped, I accidentally stumbled upon a ridiculously big spoiler in the first YouTube comment below the show’s intro video.)
But it’s up to us and only us to make sure we do it. We can’t put off watching something and blame others for “ruining” things for us. If you are, or are looking at reviews on the bus, just walk awayThen go home and see for yourself.
It really doesn’t make sense to you that a passenger on a plane would actually tell someone in the other row of seats (or aisle) to turn off the movie. What qualifications do you need?!
There are so many solutions to problems that don’t involve being a jerk. You can watch the same movies you’ve been avoiding. You can show another movie and adjust what others are watching. You can read books. You can take a nap. You can meditate or do crosswords. Alternatively, you can turn your head a few inches away so you can’t see your opponent’s screen.
Every panda decides for himself how much spoilers will ruin the whole story. Personally? I don’t mind spoilers as long as they’re minor, or plot twists can be seen from a mile away.
Nicholas Kristenfeld, a professor of psychology at the University of California, San Diego, actually found that: Spoilers can enhance viewer delightThey don’t spoil the story. They help you enjoy it more.
“What we found, surprisingly, was that spoiling the story actually made it more enjoyable,” he said. “The point is, really, we don’t watch these things for the ending. I am enjoying it more and more.
While doing follow-up research, Christenfeld found that spoilers help understand the purpose of the story as a whole.
“If you’ve seen the ending and you know the ending, you understand what the filmmakers are doing. You can see it in such a broad perspective, and you’re essentially able to understand the story more fluently.” There’s a lot of evidence that this fluent processing of information is fun: when you have some familiarity with a work of art, you enjoy it more,” he explained.
Spoiler, whether or not you change your mind about pandas is entirely up to you. Remember not to try to interfere with someone else doing the same thing.