Think you don’t want to hear any “Avengers: Endgame” spoilers? Well one teacher may be more against spoilers than the rest of us.
A Reddit user recently posted a hilarious (and pretty believable) message that one educator shared with his students last week. It appears that one math teacher had written a message on the classroom’s white board warning students against sharing “Avengers: Endgame” spoilers. Check it out:
By the looks of it, this math teacher is taking some inspiration from Thanos himself in his punishment to his class, if they were to share any “Avengers: Endgame” spoilers after the film debuted in theaters last Thursday. The teacher’s message reads, “Warning: If I hear even one Endgame spoiler, half of the class (chosen randomly by coin flip, fair and impartial) will immediately fail my class. Don’t even make up lies to be funny…I don’t want to hear one word about it at all!”
We’re not sure if this teacher is serious about his warning, whether or not any students ended up sharing spoilers during class, or even if he could get away with failing half of his class because of movie spoilers. But we’re certain about one thing: we would not want to fall victim to his Thanos-like punishment. Considering how much hype is still surrounding “Avengers: Endgame” days after it hit theaters (and the fact that not everyone has been able to see the film due to sold-out theaters and intense crowds), we can understand why anyone would want to continue avoiding spoilers as much as possible.
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) April 25, 2019
Like we shared before, even the Marvel team, including producers Joe and Anthony Russo, have continued to encourage fans to not “spoil the Endgame” after seeing the film.
What do you think of this teacher’s Thanos-like warning against “Avengers: Endgame” spoilers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!