If you want people to stop complaining about things not being tagged, then tag things properly. That's the only way to prevent this conversation from happening over and over and over again. Sometimes, preserving spoilers isn't worth it. The hidden tag idea does sound intriguing, but only if it can actually be implemented. Stop complaining about people's issues with how works are tagged when you know this is how it's going to go down each and every time.
also she only SUSPECTS it might be the case, so maybe the pseudo incest could be better
Pseudo incest has a defined meaning though. You can't just apply it blindly whenever something is a little too ambiguous. Maki was established as the daughter of Hibari's dad but there was never any indication that Maki was adopted. Therefore, based on what we have, we can only assume that they're blood-related. Whether or not the Incest tag should be applied is up for debate. Pseudo incest should not because that would be inaccurate.
I get that adding an incest tag would spoil the plot twist, but couldn't incest potentially be a trigger for some people? I know that there is an abundance of works featuring incest on this site so I'm not here to argue whether it's good or bad.I just feel that certain tags such as the rape tag could also be a spoiler, yet it's there to allow people to view the work at their own discretion. I'm not saying that this work depicted incest in a way that's as traumatic as rape, but I'd like to know other perspectives relating to this point and whether you feel it's a double-standard or not.
The conversation seem to have gone on a tangent...
No doubt some would say, thankfully so.
The great ice-cream argument of 2020 will be one for the history books!!!
Also, I'm on the "it doesn't spoil" faction.... There's currently a half tub in the freezer that moved from the previous house getting close to 9 years ago and it looks fine.... apart from all its frost bite (that icey shit that grows on stuff in the freezer)
I still think it's important to point out that since we know that the specific brand mentioned is Haggen-Dasz, we know that that ice cream would have had a plastic seal under the lid. This means that even if this was some weird ice cream that spoiled and started to smell, there would have been an extra barrier keeping the foul odor from permeating the freezer.