10 yrs ending need someone else to spoil

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We're living in the age of the spoiler alert. Everyone knows it's bad form to "spoil" a TV show or a film for someone who hasn't seen it by divulging plot details or a surprise twist. Why do they do it?

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And does it actually spoil the story or make it better? When Jigsaw, the latest instalment in the franchise, came out last year, she was determined to kick the habit. But Karina only made it to the snack bar before giving in.

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Back when Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince was first published, comedian Ros Ballinger from Manchester flicked to the last few s and spoiler alert found out Professor Dumbledore died before she'd even finished the first chapter. Sometimes spoiler hunting is reserved for big series - the ones which dominate the headlines for weeks whenever they air. Student Bridie Kennerley, 24, said she used to be a "chronic binge watcher" - but now she doesn't have the same amount of time to watch everything, she'll keep up by looking up spoilers.

She added: "I think some people get it, but sometimes people will be talking about a show and say: 'Oh I don't want to spoil it for you' and I'll just tell them they might as well, because I'll do it for myself otherwise anyway.

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Dan Selcke, the editor of WinterIsComing. He's not someone who actively goes looking for spoilers, but, unlike a huge part of the Game of Thrones fandom, he really doesn't mind spoilers - not that he's able to avoid them in his line of work. Each season of Game of Thrones has been plagued by leaks. HBO is reportedly going to extreme lengths to ensure a spoiler-free final season. But Reddit and other social media are teeming with speculation and potential spoilers. Dan says being a spoiler-hungry Game of Thrones fan sniffing out potential storylines is one way people engage with the fandom.

Then there are those who feel better if they know what's going to happen in a film or TV series - particularly horror films. Dr Pam Thurschwell of the University of Sussex's English department says she feels the same when it comes to horror films.

She believes social media has also played a role - because people want to take part in the conversation about a popular TV show or film even before they've seen it.

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Back in researchers Nicholas Christenfeld and Jonathan Leavitt from the University of California, San Diego conducted an experiment with 12 short stories, two of which had paragraphs which explained the story's ending. They were asked which stories they preferred - and they chose the versions where they knew the ending, even when the story contained a twist or a mystery.

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When the study was released, Professor Christenfeld told the BBC : "It's sort of as if knowing things puts you in a position that gives you certain advantages to understand the plot. Funnily enough, that's exactly how spoiler addict Karina feels about it. Follow Newsbeat on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

Listen to Newsbeat live at and every weekday on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra - if you miss us you can listen back here. The year-old is a big fan of the Saw films.

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Karina's not alone. So why do it? The psychology of spoilers.

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