With the Game of Thrones season 7 finale tonight, couples across the nation have mixed feelings about tonight’s last season episode. Tom Littledigit from Maidenhead said: “I’m excited to see what happens with the finale, but it does mean I’ll have to make conversation with the missus for the next 12 months when the season ends”
Sarah, Tom’s girlfriend of 3 years, said: “I love dragons and incest, so if there’s none on offer till next year, Tom and I can just talk about the Anita Blake book series”
Tom’s response to the potential conversations about the vampire humping book series were: “I really don’t want to have to listen to another undead orgy tale, it’s not like it makes her horny anyway. If I can’t get my Game of Thrones fix, I’ll just play Call of Duty with the headset on and pretend I’m busy playing online.”
The Game of Thrones series has been a massive hit, especially with couples. The societal shift towards next to no actual human contact in favour of digital communication through social media and our true from the heart feelings delivered by our choice meme shares, it seems that TV series’ are the glue that is holding co-hab relationships together, so any Game of Thrones season finale is sure to bring turmoil to these relationships with its popularity among the idiot box zombies.