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Pity the poor “Game of Thrones” fan; the things those writers put you through! Stark clan enthusiasts, after witnessing Sunday’s wedding-turned-bloodbath, took to Twitter to talk about their feelings (which they had a lot of) and their desire to throw up (which was a common theme).
A sampling of the agony and the
ecstasy more agony:
NOBODY WATCH GAME OF THRONES ITS HORRIBLE AND IT WILL MAKE YOUR SOUL CRUSH INTO PIECES AND YOU'LL BE FOREVER CRYING— K T (@jemapellekarin) June 3, 2013
i hope satan comes to walder frey and lord bolton while they're asleep and drag them to hell— gwen (@imaginedragwens) June 3, 2013
i am 5000% done with game of thrones oh my god watching this series was the worst decision of my life— エリンギ (@Ayanamii) June 3, 2013
I wanted to tweet five minutes ago about watching this weeks game of thrones. BUT I COULDN'T BECAUSE I WAS SOBBING AN OCEAN OF TEARS.— Sinéad Úna (@ohsinead) June 3, 2013
Game of Thrones literally just tore my heart out and stomped on it. I'm gonna throw up man.— Ben Biggers (@biggerben19) June 3, 2013
IT'S BEEN HALF AN HOUR AND IM STILL THROWING UP #GAMEOFTHRONES— Adrían Wong (@NothingsWong) June 3, 2013
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