When Good Friends Ruin Movies OnDemand

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I’m taking a short break from poetry. In fact, I should be finishing up the second book in a series that I haven’t bothered publishing yet. This afternoon, I have decided to table my “to-do” list consisting of scraping oatmeal off of the floor with an ice scraper, prying horse riding helmets out from under the backseat of the Suburban, and scrubbing marker off of the wall. Instead I will be regaling all two readers with a recent tale of woe.

Although I have a Facebook account I generally use it to post pictures of my children, keep in touch with friends from the good ol’ days, and promote my business and writing. I’m not typically one to post every meal I eat or every aspect of my day. But all of that changed one evening when I discovered a unique feature on my app that allowed me to post about the specific book I was reading or movie I was getting ready to watch. Pretty cool, huh?

In all of my excitement I let it be known that I was getting ready to settle in to my lengthy and on-going routine of rocking my two-year old to sleep. I had searched “OnDemand” and found the movie “Titanic”. I was pretty excited about this and I posted about it in a narcissistic attempt to gain ‘likes’ I thought that perhaps my friends would be as well.

All was going great until a ‘friend’ decided to announce Publicly (!) that the boat sinks at the end. Really? Can a girl just binge eat an entire bag of Cool Ranch Doritos and watch a movie without a spoiler alert?

In the end, it was my bad for posting about it and I still haven’t finished to several hour long cinematic production.

Worry not! I don’t believe everything I read on social media.

 

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4 thoughts on “When Good Friends Ruin Movies OnDemand

      • It was much worse than a film, it’s a sci-fi series; and I got a spoiler for the 5th or 6th episode while I was half-way through the first one. I had to watch some 5 hours of story knowing what it was leading to. It’s good if you like spaceships but the director/scene cuts were atrocious.

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      • I kind of like spaceships. When I was young, like 7, I was very in to Star Trek and that made me curious about UFO conspiracy theories. Possibly not the most healthy intrigue for a tot but interesting nonetheless. I will have to look in to this series then. Maybe it is on Netflix.

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