Look, I try not to post spoilers on social media.
I get that not everyone can watch a television show live.
Sometimes I don't get to watch a show live. This is due to the fact that I have noisy kids who will not go to sleep or a husband who is like, "This show is lame. I'm not watching it."
If I cannot watch a show live and don't want it spoiled, it's common sense for me NOT to go online. I understand people will want to discuss it. Heck, I have many people on Twitter who live tweet during a show.
But there are some who are like, "The people who spoil shows suck!"
And most of the time I'll go, "Then maybe stay offline?"
I'm called snarky or rude for saying so and feel like doing this:
I try not to post spoilers. For instance, when we watched that insane Walking Dead episode with Lizzie, I posted:
I think I'd be more afraid of Lizzie than the walkers at this point...
I try to stay vague. Yet I still get comments like, "No spoilers please!"
It's MY PAGE. I'll post what I want, thanks.
I don't say that. I think it.
But sometimes people want to talk about the show. So someone will comment on my post with a spoiler and that upsets others. They'll go, "ACK, STOP, I haven't seen it yet!"
THEN STAY THE EFF OFFLINE!
Why aren't people understanding this? Why? And why do I look like the bad guy when I suggest that they stay offline? I'm sorry if I get passionate about a silly TV show. I've said it many times on here: I WATCH A LOT OF TV.
So please. Don't go on social media and complain about those who spoil shows.
Just. Stay. Offline.