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Question: Would you rather have the most beautiful / handsome spouse but hates anime / manga, or a ugly spouse who loves anime / manga?
I don't want a spouse - votes: 1350 (25.6%)
Doesn't matter - votes: 1694 (32.1%)
The ugly and loves anime / manga - votes: 696 (13.2%)
The beautiful / handsome and hates anime / manga - votes: 1538 (29.1%)
There were 5278 total votes.
The poll ended: July 20th 2018
I rather like how juliarox214 talked about her own situation with this poll
» crossyuuki on July 21st, 2018, 1:26am
» KaoriNite on July 21st, 2018, 6:49am
But what I find most annoying is not the trailers that show too much of the content (which is really annoying), but how news websites will post articles about episodes of popular series with spoilers. Like when Game of Thrones is airing, I have to avoid certain news sites if I didn't watch the latest episode yet.
» calstine on July 21st, 2018, 7:38am
So I go with the second-to-last option.
» meredithbecca on July 21st, 2018, 7:39am
» VawX on July 21st, 2018, 8:42am
» Akatsubaki on July 21st, 2018, 4:45pm
» Suxinn on July 21st, 2018, 4:54pm
Having said that, however, I'm not more or less likely to watch something simply because an ad spoiled a movie for me. If it's something I'm apathetic about, I'll continue to be apathetic about it even when I know everything about it. If it's something I'm interested in, a random drive-by spoiler probably won't influence my opinions much, especially because I'll probably search out a summary of the whole thing before I go to theaters anyway.
» zarlan on July 22nd, 2018, 4:07am
I almost never watch TV, and I've always use an adblocker, so... it's rare that I get a glimpse of such things.
I also hate spoilers, but there is no option on the poll, for saying that you hate spoilers.
There is an option for saying that you'll be less likely to get the product or you'll get the product, despite getting spoiled.
I don't get spoiled, so neither applies ...and whether being spoiled makes me less likely to watch/but it, very much depends of the nature of the spoiler.
Also, why assume I'd be interested in getting the product, in the first place?
Neither I, nor anyone else, is going to buy every single product, ever released. In fact, I have no interest in the majority of them (much like everyone else. Tons of stuff comes out, all the time. Most of it shit).
Spoilers for a movie I'd never watch, anyway, isn't going to make me more or less likely to watch it, but that has nothing to do with being spoiled.
» MinatoAce on July 22nd, 2018, 12:33pm
Chose I don't care.
» residentgrigo on July 27th, 2018, 10:38pm
I truly hope that this way of marketing crashed and goes away one of these days.
Chronological plot-point-by-plot-point trailers can go die too. Truly the worst way to market.