3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULDN’T BE A BLOGGER
1) You know nothing
– First off, you don’t know what to blog. If ever you made a blog, then consider yourself out of this league. But for those who copied excerpts from another blog for whatever crazy reason you have (hi, homework…), welcome to the House of Snow. Aside from the fact that you don’t easily get incentive from this, you don’t have a lot of ideas, that’s why you don’t do blogs. Being an incapable blogger doesn’t make you any less of a person. But it’s an honor to be honest and ethical in the social media. Mitigate your sins by making original work, my lords.
2) You’re a lazy piece of… sh-ooting star
– I like to think that you slack people are relative to White Walkers in GoT – the kind of weird humanoids who slept for a…
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Ever asked yourself, HOW ARE THESE CROWS SENDING THEIR LETTERS SO FAST?!?
or how fast can these armies travel??? Continue reading “THEORY: Game of Thrones Season 7 IS NOT BROKEN”
While Game Of Thrones taught us a lot about how to crush a man’s skull with your hands and use significant family events to massacre large masses of people, it’s also interweaved with symbolic lessons about money that many of us could afford to listen to.
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Costume designer Michele Clapton reveals that she threaded a hit about Cersei Lannister’s intentions into the queen’s imposing dragonpit costume in the Season 7 finale.
A whole bunch of memes and shitposts dedicated to the newest season of Game of Thrones. Each one handpicked by me for quality, except for like 4 of them that I added just so it filled out to a nice round number (guess which ones!).
Why was Tyrion staring at Jon and Daenerys?
Reddit user AssJews12 suggests that “Tyrion is that he made a deal with Cersei to betray Daenerys because he feels bad for what he did to his family. I know this sounds stupid but think about it, they never showed the end of Tyrion and Cersei’s conversation and there wasn’t a reason for him to stare at them like that”
This was confirmed by the director of the episode himself, Jeremy Podeswa, he expanded on Tyrion’s mindset in this scene. During an interview with THE INSIDER