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Phrase said immediately before spoiling an important part of a book or movie. This allows the spoiler to catch the spoil-ee off-guard, for maximum spoilage.
No spoil, but Snape totally kills Dumbledore.

No spoil, but you know George R. R. Martin's going to kill off John Snow.

No spoil, but what do you think's happening in the Shire during all of this?

No spoil, but isn't it funny that Luke and Leia look alike and both never knew their whole family?
by AllTheStarksDie July 30, 2011
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