Lauryn Hughes | staff writer

The Avengers are gearing up for the battle of their lives and are ready to do whatever it takes to save the universe in Endgame. However, there are still some people who didn’t get snapped into dust who are spoiling the movie for those who haven’t seen it yet.

“I personally think it’s the best movie, so if someone go sees it they see it, it’s not your job to tell someone else what happens in the movie,” freshman Mateo Rodriguez said.

Some students have more tame thoughts about those who are spoilers.

“They’re bad people and they should feel bad about themselves. I hope that they have trouble sleeping at night and I hope that they have trouble waking up in the morning cause they’re so tired from not sleeping all night,” senior Jackson Lee said.

While other students are willing to do whatever it takes to keep the spoilers at bay.

“Well, this girl totally jumped on a guy and beat him up because he spoiled Endgame. But I personally feel like there is no need for the spoiling because everybody’s going to see it because it’s the best movie,” Rodriguez said.

The only acceptable exception that applies to spoiling is if the discussion is with someone who has seen Endgame.

“Now if they watched it, you can y’all about it, but not talk about it to someone that hasn’t seen it. There’s no point in it,” Rodriguez said.

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Lauryn Hughes is a senior. This is her third year as a staff member for the Johnson newspaper and her first year as the arts editor. She loves to write and has been a ballet dancer for 14 years.

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