Media Courtesy of spoilers.netflix.com
Courtesy of spoilers.netflix.com
Hey spoiler-lovers, Netflix has a new website
just for you.
The rest of us still don't like you, though. Sorry.
Spoilers are the WORST, but if that's what floats your boat, "Living With Spoilers
" was made for your twisted enjoyment.
On the homepage of the site, you're presented with three options, which are briefly explained below:
1. What kind of spoiler are you? ("Spoiler", in this case, is a noun representing you as a person who spoils shows, movies, etc.)
You're badgered with a couple of questions intended to force a confession, and there's also a handy-dandy flowchart to help you gauge just how horrible a person you--I mean, to gauge how big or little of a spoiler you really are.
2. Which spoilers are in the public domain?
Netflix polls the public to determine which shows/movies you're okay with having spoiled, and which ones are strictly off-limits.
You're given a short spoiler, with the option to find out what show/movie it's from if you don't already know, and a decision to make: Is this spoiler okay to share with the world or should it remain a secret?
You an also see what percentage of people agreed after you answer. Or you can skip the question altogether.
3. Spoil yourself.
Here's the fun/potentially horrific part.
After being warned three times that you're entering the point of no return, a video clip will play that spoils a random TV show or movie for you.
Interesting idea, I must say. However, I for one won't be visiting this site often. In case you haven't already guessed, I'm definitely anti-spoiler.
What about you, PopWrappers? Is this an idea you're into? Let us know.
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