The Memes Were Strong During Last Night's 'Game Of Thrones' Premiere

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The internet is all 'GoT' from this point forward

The long-awaited Game of Thrones season premiere has come and passed, and with it brought plenty of juicy twists and meme reactions to match. If you haven't watched the new episode yet, I'm pretty sure one look at the internet today has already ruined everything for you, but if you've somehow made it this far, please stop reading now. Or, if you're a masochist, laugh at the memes now and laugh even harder once you've caught up later.

The memery was piping hot last night, especially with Bran's peak pettiness. Despite being one of the only characters who knows there's no time to lose when it comes to getting ready to beat an army of enemies, there's always time to sit and wait to make dead eye contact with the guy who shoved you out a window and left you disabled, *cough* Jaime Lannister.

Daenerys definitely didn't come to Winterfell to make friends; she's facing a serious cold front from Sansa and only has bad news to keep on throwing at Samwell. She means business, and she doesn't have time for pleasantries.

Jon Snow just wants to prep for the undead before it's too late, whatever title he has to shed, but fate and blood keep setting him back. He may have bent the knee and had a wild romp with Daenerys, but now that he knows he's actually half-Targaryen and the true heir to the Iron Throne, there's no way that war preparations are going to take the front seat to this drama.

And in ways entirely unrelated to the story line, that kid nailed to the wall is going to haunt me for the rest of my life. I need a warning. Please. No more of this next week.

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