While the Rest Of You Were Watching Game Of Thrones, I Was Avoiding The Inevitable.

Yesterday I began a 60 hour journey that the majority of the nation has wisely spread out over the past 5 years.

In true millennial binge fashion, I watched many of the early episodes of Game of Thrones in one sitting.

Now, aside from my having a terrible sense of direction paired with the show’s constant references to things being to the North and  East of one another… I’m hooked.

Here are my initial learnings. 

(Also. I apologize in advance, I don’t know any of their names and I’m not willing to do any sort of Google research because, spoilers)


  • I want one of these wolf puppies. Real bad.

  • The ingestion of any snacks that aren’t chewy  is forbidden while watching GOT because if you miss any dialogue due to crunching, you’re lost for the rest of the episode.


  • From what I hear, any character I like will die. One of the wolf dogs already died and according to my heartstrings, this guy is probably next. (Except…I think I saw him on one of the late night shows and all of the GOT promotional material recently, so maybe not. NOBODY TELL ME!)


  • Dragon eggs make a great wedding gift.


(But seriously, for $100 you can have these. Game of Thrones Dragon Eggs Collectible Set. You’re welcome. Also, seriously…nobody buy these for our wedding.)

  • John Snow is probably the only character’s name I’ll learn, because my fiancé gave me a whole history that I’m convinced he researched. Here are my takeaways from his lesson in family tree form:

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  • There are never too many boobs when trying to achieve great ratings. Disappointingly for my 2 male readers, this bullet point is not accompanied by a photo.


That’s all folks.



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