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i'm just the opposite. if i accidentally find out the ending or if -- heaven forbid -- somebody tells me before i finish, i.am.livid! like really. like i may not speak to you for a while. no, seriously.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Often, curiosity get's to me and I investigate the ending....but that is when I am iffy about watching the movie anyway. If I plan on watching a movie or a taped show I HATE when someone ruins it for me.

Tristan and Isolde (also Tristan and Iseult en francais) is one of the oldest stories around. Looking up the spoiler for it is like looking up the spoiler for Romeo and Juliet (which is based on T&I). It's like looking up the spoiler on Beowulf, the oldest written story in the English language, if I remember correctly. I'm not saying folks aren't well read or anything, but...

Whatev, Adriane. This wasn't on my reading list in school. Beowulf, however, was. I still forget how it ends though.

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