This quiz includes “Game of Thrones” in the title rather than “A Song of Ice and Fire”. You would, logically, expect it to feature only tv characters. There is an inclusion of book characters who have not been introduced and play a part in the plot to come (definitely in the books anyway).
Had the author used just “Stoneheart”, I doubt tv only people would know who it was. Instead they blatantly use the character’s name, a person who tv viewers see die. “The mummer’s dragon” also avoids naming someone who is known to have “died”, yet is only obvious to readers. In the very unlikely event D&D include them in the show, it takes away from the shock factor for someone who wasn’t even actively looking to be spoiled. GOT= TV
The author using the tv show as a basis for knowledge and then doing the old bait and switch, saying something that has only happened in the books= SPOILER PS: Show only friend above, it appears these are one of the many book to show cuts, so it’s unlikely we’ll see them.
Response to 13 Animal Kingdom Hearts:
I don’t like particularly like cats, but I want to hug #10. The pig was adorable too.
Response to 15 Celebrities You Might Not Know Are Twins:
I didn’t. I’m going to cut myself some slack, though, given the fact that I didn’t (and still don’t) know who either of these men are. It doesn’t seem implausible that I, not being aware two people existed, would know that they were, in fact, twins. I’m sorry, I know your question was rhetorical but the fuck implied that everyone was enlightened to this fact. Then again, I could have been the last person on Earth not privy to this information so now that I’m aware that they are twins, everyone could now know. However, why would Buzzfeed put the London twins in a list entitled “15 Celebrities You Might Not Know Are Twins”? I can only infer that, before this article, other people may not have known who they were. Given that not every person who didn’t know will read this, this so called common knowledge will not be known to everyone. tl;dr Lots of people
Damnit, Amy. This song is now in my head and I haven’t even touched the play button.
Stepping on an unexpected lego brick hurts. Stepping on a sharp pin also hurts. Mush these together for double the hurt.
These. are. amazing.
Response to 13 Moments When Betty Draper Didn’t Give A F%$k:
I don’t know what the consensus is among MM fans regarding Betty but I LOVE her. The shooting in the front yard was doubtless her best moment.
Response to 11 Ways Pierce Could Be Written Off "Community":
Who even knows if we’ll need a backstory for his not being in a prospective season 5? He’s missing from two mid season episodes and is back for the finale. I’m calling this the final season so that way I can’t be disappointed. IF season 5 magically happens, I would be more than happy for a Poochiesque exit and/or having been replaced with Bill Murray.
Response to 18 Best/Worst Kid’s Jokes Of All Time:
I must have the mind of a child because I found quite a few of these funny, especially 4.
Response to Ranking Liz Lemon’s "30 Rock" Boyfriends:
Who are you to say sweeps isn’t a real Britishism? I told my mum a fortnight ago that I couldn’t wait for sweeps as my flat was minging and full of rubbish, knickers and takeaways. Sweeps is real. Full stop.
Suplee was Earl’s brother as well as his buddy FYI.
Response to Celebrity Pokemon Evolutions:
*Ninetales Poor effort.
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