You’re Too Into Game of Thrones (Book Version)

You know you can sometimes get too involved in things; you let it happen anyway.  Maybe you like getting drawn in, maybe you need an escape from reality, or maybe you really like one of the characters.

Here’s a quick list to see if you’re too into George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones.

  1. You’ve placed your family, friends, and coworkers in one of the Houses (Night’s Watch).
  2. You’ve read the Red Wedding and its subsequent chapter and put the book down in disgust and dismay, only to pick it up again a day later and continue to bravely trudge onward.
  3. You fear all weddings.
  4. You’ll never listen to “The Rains of Castamere” the same way again.
  5. All your favorite characters (or potential favorites, those you sort of liked, even a few you thought you could grow to like) are dead.
  6. You root for winter.
  7. You’ve eaten from a trencher (and looked up what a trencher is).
  8. You know better than to ask George R.R. Martin when the next book will come out (can he kill off Iron Man, too?).
  9. You continue to hope for the best, even though you know it’s futile (Winter is like the Borg?).
  10. At the end of each book, you sigh and desperately reach for the next.
  11. When you hear that the sixth and final book will really be two books you cheer and despair (more time with House Stark, more deaths, longer wait until the end).
  12. You spend more time in the GoT world [reading the books and the wiki (doubly true if you count playing video games, board games, card games, rpgs, and watching the series)] than you do in your own (real or imagined).

About bkreuch

I like to read, I like to write, and I like to make people laugh.
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