5 Things We’ve Learned From Game of Thrones

Twinning is everything

1. It doesn’t matter how young or related to each other you are, sexytime is never off the agenda.

Unless you’re sworn to the Night’s Watch, of course: which as jobs go is only slightly less appealing than working in Poundland for free.

 

 

"By 'eck, it's grim up North"

2. In THE NORTH, everyone talks like they just emerged from a gritty British drama about brass bands and mining.

Apart from the women, who sound like they just missed out on the lead role in 2006 Helen Mirren vehicle The Queen. (Helen: you might want to watch out for direwolves).

 

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3. Don’t get attached. To anyone.

Apparently ‘thrones’ is a more dangerous game than the final drunken attempt at Monopoly late on a Christmas evening. “If you buy Mayfair, I’ll tell granddad about what you did with that football team in 1967. Yeah, that’s right. Back off, old lady”.

 

 

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4. If you can’t afford a parrot, buy a dragon.

They shed a lot less and they’re about the same size.

 

5. Spelling is everything. Come on, George R.R.Martin: admit it. It’s not Joffrey or Eddard- it’s Jeffrey and Edward. You’re just sloppy. I hope you loyal viewers are looking forward to meeting the all new season 2 characters Birnard, Adrion and Stive.

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Series 2 of A Game of Thrones is currently airing on Sky Atlantic.

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About Hilary Wardle
Hilary is a freelance journalist and copywriter who writes for a wide range of websites, magazines and newspapers, including Buzzfeed, MSN, The Poke, Chortle, the Guardian and the Independent. She specialises in arts and entertainment, comedy, video games and viral content. Contact her at Hilary3@gmail.com.

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