A Fool Proof Plan to Avoid Spoilers
It's April, which I am now calling spoiler month. Between Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame, the internet is going to be a dangerous place if you are trying to avoid spoilers. However, you don't have to live your life in fear. I have come up with a foolproof plan to avoid said spoilers.
This is an easy and obvious one. As much as we like to think that perhaps people would be decent enough to not post spoilers after a particular episode or movie, that will never happen.
You can't trust your friends and family with spoilers. Honestly I am terrible at keeping secrets myself, so I can't guarantee that I would be able to keep spoilers to myself.
Water cooler talk can be dangerous. Before I watched Game of Thrones I would hear people at work talk about the show, which of course mildly ruined the show for me. The Red Wedding wasn't a shock.
If anything major happens in a TV show or movie, entertainment magazine shows will be talking all about it. The great dusting purge of Infinity War, all over TV.
Grocery stores, Target, Walmart, and drug stores; they're all off limits. When Game of Thrones brought Jon Snow back to life, every single magazine had it on the cover.
Honestly, you're better off living as a hermit if you are behind on any popular TV show or movie.