Yesterday my wife and I did something we have not done in a long time, see a movie. We saw "The Girl With the Dragon Tatoo" and it was a great movie, full of suspense, intrigue and a few surprises. The problem is, near the end when the answer to the big question was about to be answered, I  whispered who it really is about two seconds ahead of when it was revealed on screen and it turns out I was right.

When we left the theater, my wife was really quiet and when I asked her if she was ok, she got really mad at me for revealing the answer and said I ruined the movie for her. At first, I thought she was kidding, but I realized very quickly she wasn't.

I tend to do that for TV shows and movies alike and I certainly don't mean to ruin or spoil anything, I am just adept at figuring out plot lines. I don't necessarily turn to her specifically, I just get caught up in the moment and whisper it out loud.

I know I'm not the ony one who does that and honey, I promise never to do that again and I am truly sorry. I guess I exercised poor movie etiquette, or did I? It's not like I talk during movies and I never even bring my cell phone inside, I just said something to's not the end of the world.

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