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21 Struggles All "Game Of Thrones" Fans Understand

Winter is April once a new season finally starts.

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2. Feeling a deep, spirit animal connection with one of the more "evil" characters, and being judged for that.

Like, maybe you want to live your life like Cersei, and that's OK.

3. Having a close-knit viewing group during the season, and then being without them for roughly nine months.

Can we just meet and rewatch Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4?!

4. And the pressure that is coming up with new food puns for that viewing party.

"I did Iron Scones last week, what the hell is this Sunday going to be?!"

5. Waiting years, and years, and more fucking years, for the next book to come out.


Do you think this is a game, George?! Because if it is, you're literally the only one ever winning.

6. And then developing actual back problems because of how heavy the damn books are.

NO, I will not get this as an e-book, because half my life has been spent waiting for it. WINTER HAS COME.

8. Falling into the black hole that is Pinterest tutorials on DIY Khaleesi braids.

They never come out like they're supposed to, and you'll never get those four hours back.

9. Accidentally saying, "You know nothing, Jon Snow," to people you hate, and then having to explain yourself.


It's a thing from this show... you wouldn't understand, because you know nothing, and that's why I hate you.

11. Waiting a solid nine months for a new season with new episodes to air, and only being able to rewatch so many times before people think you're insane.

13. When you accidentally say a spoiler from the books in front of fans who have only seen the TV show.


I'M SO SORRY FOR THIS, but all the more reason for you to educate yourself... right?!

14. Having to explain to friends who are getting married why you're a little nervous about attending their wedding.

Seriously, watch "The Red Wedding" and then tell me three good reasons why you shouldn't elope. (And no, one of those reasons can't be, "It's just a book.")

18. Having to fake reactions to scenes in the show when you've already read the books and know what's coming.


Or when you haven't read the books, and then get angry when people who have aren't properly reacting.

20. Having to stop yourself from rage outbursts when the TV show totally deviates from the book.


Hold up: This isn't what I signed up for, OK?! Make it stop! George, DO SOMETHING.

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