Telling someone to kill themselves over pasta is a lot more antagonistic than pasta with correctly tagged spoilers, more so given those spoilers are normally never tagged.>>4923
I agree, it was signposted.>>4926
I thought about bringing up that you can hide a thread or close the tab and go watch the show in question, but it would've become more of a rant at that point.>>4927
It's one thing to hold back for a few days on posting something spoilery like that cap, which shows something notable, but the pic in >>>/qa/57258 is not spoilery and it doesn't rob anyone of the experience of watching it. It's also a completely different thing to publicly complain about spoilers of a decade-old work and having a moderator swoop in to correct it. That generates disruptive, boring posts. Being new or never having bothered to watch it should not give one the right to call for moderation of others, especially when any sort of in-depth discussion necessitates spoilers.
This is on top of having to consider the usage of and reading spoiler tags being a bit of a bother.>>4929