This is One Good Thing, a weekly column where we tell you about one of the few nice things that happened this week.
The first weekend of Avengers: Endgame is finally upon us, and people are desperate to avoid any spoilers for the highly-anticipated film.
In a desperate attempt to keep the details of the plot at bay, fans have been blocking certain keywords on social media, avoiding some news sites, and taking other desperate measures. There's even a notable #Don'tSpoilTheEndgame hashtag on Twitter.
In this tweet from @kamiilious, her teacher made sure their students knew that there would be absolutely no discussion of the film in his classroom by posting a long and hilarious note of warning.
In the letter, the teacher explains that he is waiting until Wednesday to see the film with his brother, and he wont tolerate any spoilers in the classroom.
"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**," the end of the letter jokes.
Kamiilious later clarified that the letter was definitely just a joke.
Some might call this extreme, but for those who are unable to see the movie right away it seems like a necessary precaution. It's very sweet of him to wait for his brother to come back so they can see it together. I know several people who wouldn't do the same for any family member or friend.