Another Explanation Of Game Of Thrones, As Told By Someone Who’s Never Seen The Show

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Ari Eastman also wrote a wonderful write-up.

Game Of Thrones is about a mystical place called Westeros or Wasterdos or something that starts with a W where everyone is fucking each other all the time and there are dragons. It was originally a book series by George R. R. Martin who is very, very, very old. You can watch the show on HBO…..I think.

There are likeeeee, 17 books in the series and the books are #thicc. This is why each episode is like seven hours long. Each one basically has three things: betrayal, sex, and murder. There’s this dude, Jon Snow, who everyone thinks is super hot. I heard he died and came back, so that’s cool. There is also this blonde chick with braids and I think she’s a queen or has some kind of influence. She is also very hot.

Winter is constantly coming there, which might be why everyone is pissed and killing each other all the time. There also was once a red wedding, which I heard didn’t end very well. I think there was a lot of blood (hence, red wedding).

Idk man. I don’t really think there’s anything else to know about the show besides that it’s violent and sexual. Yeah…that means it’s definitely on HBO.

I’m sorry I wrote this, part two. TC mark

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