In case you didn't know, Avengers: Endgame came out last week and it's the talk of the town. Grossing over a billion dollars in just a few days, the last movie in Marvel's Phase 3 is a worldwide phenomenon. As it's still a new release, some fans haven't been able to see it yet, including one teacher who went to great lengths to protect himself from spoilers.
According to NBC, the inventive teacher stuck a lengthy note on his door forbidding students to talk about the movie in his class. It read, "Dearest Students: My little brother is in Tampa on a business trip. I am waiting until he gets back to see Avengers: Endgame. That will be Wednesday night at the SOONEST. DO NOT discuss ANYTHING about it anywhere near my classroom UNTIL THIS SIGN COMES DOWN. You know how much I love Marvel comics. So help me Jeebus, if any one of you spoils a single frame of this movie for me, I promise I will make you wish that Thanos snapped your narrow a**."
One of the teacher's students found the note so amusing that they took a picture and uploaded it to Twitter. The post soon attracted a lot of attention but has since been removed from the social platform. The student later took to Twitter after trolls accused the teacher of bullying to defend the note, saying that no one took offense to it at all. It was simply a joke, she insisted and was taken as such.
WE TOOK NO OFFENSE TO WHAT THE TEACHER SAID. SO PLEASE STOP SAYING ITS BULLYING OR WHATSOEVER. ITS ALL HUMOR GUYS!— Kamilious🤩 (@kamiilious) April 26, 2019
The teacher is only one of the thousands of people that haven't got around to seeing it yet, although it seems like most of the world flocked to the cinemas last weekend. With many theaters dedicating the majority of their screens to the fourth Avengers movie, there was little room for anything else. Some theaters had a screening every hour, while others upped the ante to every thirty minutes.
Let's hope that no-one spoils the movie for this avid fan, as they're bound to regret it. Why annoy the person that grades your papers, no matter how tempting that may be! It's a tricky situation to be in for students and faculty, as kids are known to gossip to their friends about what they've been up to. Avengers: Endgame is likely to be a hot topic for weeks - if not months - to come, so anyone that hasn't seen it better rectify that quickly!