Unfortunately, the clock is ticking
That's accurate, but you're loosing social credit points for triple-posting.
You guys are fucking nutcases. Even if I don't know who a character is, knowing they die is totally gonna warp my enjoyment of the media.Shit like that is why people who are so opposed to being spoiled are such a joke. At that point, you're clearly not as invested in the narrative as you think you are.
He watched the Pat/Liam LP to catch up, except it took him so long to do that Liam ended up forgetting half the shit in Automata, which created its own problems.Wait I thought Woolie did brush up on his Nier knowledge? It's been a while since I watched it but he did LP Automata with Liam so I can't remember if he went in blind or if he did some catching up on some of the lore. Maybe I'm remembering wrong but I know there was that Friendcast moment where Woolie says he didn't want to go into Automata blind because he wanted to understand the potential payoffs.
Why do I have a feeling that Woolie is going to say something like this at one point, be 100% serious about it, and ready to throw fists at anyone who disagrees and/or laughs at him? I lost all faith in him at this point."saying that there is a spoiler for me to avoid is a spoiler because it tells me there's something to be spoiled on"
Woolie would probably be confused and someone would have to explain to him that the title "John Dies At The End" is a joke and you're not suppose to take it seriously.I wonder how does Woolie feel about John Dies At The End. would that movie just break his sanity and he'd start reeeeeing uncontrollably?
Some people (like me) are good at automatically figuring stuff out in a story, even if we don't want to. What might not be a spoiler for other people is one for me, since I remember stuff well, and will figure out details by implication. So what someone might consider subtle hinting or talking around something I'd probably consider a spoiler since I tend to 'see through the veil', even if I didn't want to.Woolie's firmly in the latter group, and he (and an increasing amount of people in general these days) is almost at "saying that there is a spoiler for me to avoid is a spoiler because it tells me there's something to be spoiled on" levels of fucking crazy/petty.
Pat goes on a mini Woolie rant during his fortnite stream @ 2:24:30. Mostly about Woolie refusing to play the popular thing because he's crazy.
What i find hilarious about this is the Spider-man reveal in Civil War isn't just the big hype moment where he jumps out in costume. Tony goes and meets with Peter before that so you already know Spider-mans in the movie. Its a situation by way of introduction that the reveal of Spider-man is in this doesn't ruin it because there's not a big reveal moment to ruin it which is why they marketed his in costume first appearance in the trailer.Spiderman was in the Civil War trailer... months after they talked on podcast about marvel leaks saying spiderman would be in Civil War.
That movie is so fucking trash, the book is bordering on great before the author snorted Kool-aid deeply.I wonder how does Woolie feel about John Dies At The End. would that movie just break his sanity and he'd start reeeeeing uncontrollably?
I still kinda wanna know what happened to the Dollarshave thing. Did the sponsor hate how Woolie advertised their product or did Woolie, in his eternal sandbag, stopped taking their offers because he doesn't want a "bit"?His dedication to not giving people what they want is impressive. Frustrating, but impressive.
Did they lose dollarshaveclub because Woolie kept talking about balls for 20 minutes?I still kinda wanna know what happened to the Dollarshave thing. Did the sponsor hate how Woolie advertised their product or did Woolie, in his eternal sandbag, stopped taking their offers because he doesn't want a "bit"?
Because he was kinda mum about it when they discussed doing ad bits like a week or so ago.
*Pauses videogame for 45 minutes*If Woolie was trying to avoid spoilers why did he look at what was being datamined?