Hilarious Clip Shows How It Feels To Be A Non ‘Game Of Thrones’ Fan

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Non Game of Thrones fan watching "GOT."
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“Game of Thrones” Season 7 is over but the internet is still filled with all things “GOT.” From episode reviews, spoilers, and exciting revelations, it seems to be a never ending craze. But have you wondered how it feels to be a non “Game of Thrones” fan? Well, you gotta watch the video on the next page!

The last episode of “Game of Thrones” Season 7 had avid fans so thrilled about how Westeros would survive the Great War. In addition, there’s a baffling reaction drawn in Tyrion Lannister’s face when Jon Snow and Queen Daenerys Targaryen slept together.

Then there’s the scene with Tormund and Beric in the Wall as Viserion fired blue icy thunder to destroy the only thing that stops the Night King and the White Walkers from infiltrating Westeros. With all these things happening, die hard fans couldn’t wait to see the next season of the hit HBO series. And even news providers across the world cannot help but share more stories and contents related to the show.

However, let’s not discount the fact that not everybody likes Game of Thrones. There’s still a few people who loves watching TV shows during chill time but didn’t dare try watching “GOT.” Meaning, the endless reports and news posts about the TV show is not actually likeable to some.

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Just earlier today, I saw a Facebook post that tells spoilers about the possible identity of the Night King. And when I saw the comments, I noticed there are non “Game of Thrones” fans who are seemingly unhappy that they keep on seeing “GOT-related” posts everyday. Like when is it going to end? If you, too, are a non “Game of Thrones” fans, I am sure you can relate to this.

For those who haven’t watched a single episode of “GOT,” it is surely so overwhelming to hear about the show and not know anything about it. The story is actually complex and it’s quite impossible for you to “get it” when people talk about “wildlings,” “White Walkers, “Wights, “ and etc.

Go to the next page to see the video.


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