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Psychologists found that readers who know how a story will end get greater pleasure from it.
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Psychologists found that readers who know how a story will end get greater pleasure from it.

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  7. julianfashooo reblogged this from jenivy and added:
    i do this all the time with anime.
  8. jenivy reblogged this from borajung and added:
    Yeah, like when I read Fifty Shade of Grey. lol
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    That may be why I don’t mind spoilers so much. When ever something does get “spoiled” for me, I just look forward to...
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