New Levels of Fangirlness: The Walking Dead

I always wondered what would happen if one of my friends spoiled an episode of “The Walking Dead.” I thought, “None of my friends are that insensitive and rude.”

Then I thought, “If they have spoilers in their Facebook status, I will probably just unfollow them until the season is over.” They’ll understand, right?

But noooo. I was totally wrong.

Not only did my friend have spoilers, he was extremely unapologetic about it. Apparently, he doesn’t realize that not everyone can watch the episode at the appointed time. Some of us work second shift and have to wait until a later time.

So I unfriended him. I might not ever friend him again – on Facebook or in real life.

I don’t usually curse at people. It’s not my thing. Hopefully, since the cursing was in Old English that it’s not quite as offensive. Nevermind. I meant it in Old English and current English.

People take their television shows seriously. I’m one of those people.

The moral of this story is to not spoil shows for your friends. You might not have many friends left by the end of the season.

“Just a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.


  1. What is the time limit? I am always surprised by people who go on twitter during shows like this. I think that environment it is expected that spoilers are going to happen, FB, maybe not so much.

  2. I understand your situation. I don’t watch TV shows but i am a bookworm. When i was about to read ‘the fault in our stars’ it was spoiled by my friend’s whats app status. :'(
    people should keep thier excitement to themselves! shouldn’t they?

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