Game Of Thrones series 5 came to a close this weekend, and the internet went mental.
CONTAINS SPOILERS! We warned you.
Now, I’ve said this before, I’ve never watched Game Of Thrones. It doesn’t interest me in the slightest. Which is useful, because if I DID want to watch it, Facebook would have completely ruined it for me already. Why do people post spoilers as a status?! I’ve never understood that.
Anyway, from what I’ve gathered Jon Snow is now dead. Initially, I was genuinely concerned about a Channel 4 newsreader, but then I realised that it was a fictional Jon Snow, who doesn’t have such an impressive tie collection as the real world one.
This seemed to be the main thing that shocked, upset and angered fans. Which is no surprise, because the guy is SERIOUSLY loved by most people…
This is ridiculous, to be honest. I love how the fella just doesn’t give a shit! Nice work.
— YUEGENE FAY (@YUEGENE_FAY) June 16, 2015
— Lily Melrose✌🏻️ (@llymlrs) June 15, 2015
I'm still not over the #GameofThronesFinale I'm so devastated like why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why why w
— ️ (@justinswonders) June 15, 2015Advertisement
— Jeraleh (@Jeraleh) June 15, 2015
— dee shoots (@deeshootsit) June 15, 2015
— amal ¤ (@changministan) June 16, 2015
I’ve no idea what this refers too, but I’ve been told it’s funny…
The internet can always be relied on at times like this, both to entertain and horrify. Somebody even made a compilation of reactions to the finale, and some of these people are ridiculous…
Jon Snow will probably be brought back to life in the next season anyway… Facebook told me.
Forgive me for not being a fan. Maybe when I write the reaction to the series 6 finale, I’ll have watched them.