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Sophie Turner Drinks To Gendry "Hop Hop Hoppin' Into That Pussy" For Easter

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With a glass of red wine in hand, the actress who plays Sansa Stark stated in an Instagram story, "In honor of Easter I guess Game of Thrones wanted the story line to have a little Easter bunny hop hop hoppin' into that pussaayyy." Turner then zoomed in on her own face, adding "and that's the tea" before downing the entire glass.

I'm going to need Turner to continue her wine-induced recaps for the rest of the season, please. Or, perhaps Williams can join in too? And it can take place from a bathtub after the two smoked some weed. I'd tune in every week.

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