[Needless to say, huge Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens spoilers below!]
Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens has only been out for a month, and while that may seem like enough time for every SW fan to see it, let's consider the circumstances here.
The Force Awakens came out during a very busy time of year, a time where everyone can't necessarily drop what they're doing to go see a new movie—even if it is only two hours long and one of the most anticipated movies of all time. Not to mention the fact that some fans are incapable of getting to the theater because they're too young. Star Wars is a franchise beloved by not just one, but three different generations, one of which are still kids who can't operate a vehicle to go to the movies.
Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens is a film we've all been waiting for. Whether you grew up with the original trilogy, the prequels, or are just now becoming a fan, The Force Awakens is something that excites us beyond belief. Most fans have been cautious not to spoil the movie for others, being mindful and warning folks if they're about to spoil something about the film. Then there's this guy:
When it comes to trolling, this guy has achieved the highest level of troll you can find; he's taken his trolling to the real world!
Putting the biggest The Force Awakens spoiler on your car, where anyone driving behind you will be forced to see it, is quite the masterful troll technique. I've got to say, I'm very impressed by this guy. Shocked and appalled yes, but this high level of trolling deserves credit for the crazy amount of work that must have gone into it!
I mean, doing this to your car must cost a lot of money right? To actually spend cash on this, as well as enduring the look of hateful scorn on the faces of the people who detailed your car —that certainly deserves some reward! Like how bad movies get Razzie awards.
Look, I know we're all anxious to talk about The Force Awakens as much as we possibly can, but there is a way to do that without spoiling it for others. I've had several conversations about the film, and Han Solo's death, without intentionally spoiling it for anyone.
The fact is, there is no actual rule for when we can or cannot talk about movies publicly. It's all just common courtesy really. So if you've seen the film, talk about it, but not in a place where you'll knowingly be ruining it for others.
This is the biggest movie of all time, even if it hasn't taken that award from Avatar (yet). I know it's tough to not just run outside and yell to the whole world how you felt about it, but for the sake of SW fans everywhere who simply haven't seen it yet, please yell in a spoiler-free manner for just a while longer. And please, don't be this guy!