The new Avengers movie is a big deal. We watched it as soon as it came out just so we’d be able to get on the internet and do our jobs and stuff without getting spoiled.
Well, it turns out it’s a good thing, because Avengers: Endgame spoilers are everywhere. And they are especially all over middle school.
So much so, in fact, that today in one of my daughter’s classes, a kid got sent to the principal for spoiling one of the big important scenes out loud.
“Wait what?” I asked her, making sure I was paying attention. “Yeah. Johnny said “I can’t believe xxx happens in Endgame and my teacher turned to him, looked him straight in the eye and sent him to the principal’s office.”
Oh, and it turns out he’s not the only one in trouble right now for spoiling Endgame during school. There are two other kids sitting in in school suspension right now.
I mean, being a jerk isn’t cool, and spoilers suck, but I’m not sure if they’re worthy of in school suspension.
“Were you guys warned?” I asked her. Hoping to make it at least a little better.
“Not really. They just decided they didn’t want to hear the spoilers, so we have to keep them to ourselves if we’ve seen it.
I… well, honestly that’s all I’ve got, because I’m pretty speechless over this one.