There is something that sets “Game of Thrones” fans apart from other fandoms, and it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what that is. It’s been a long 10 months since the most recent episode of “Game of Thrones,” and fans all over the world have raging, fully erect “throners” just thinking about the season six premiere.Is it the fact they are so intensely dedicated to fictional realms?
The fact they hear three seconds of the theme song and start to uncontrollably convulse?
I don’t know, but it’s definitely something special.“Game of Thrones” fans share a sense passion that makes them more than just people who dream of sword fights and dragons; it makes them the perfect life partners.
If you’re looking for the moon of your life, the sun to your stars, the twin brother to your twin sister or just someone to love you (regardless of the fact you are castrated), look no further than a “Game of Thrones” fan.
You know they’ll do anything for love — including, but not limited to, pushing a young boy out the window.
If you want your significant other to impress your family members by remembering the name, birthday and birthplace of your great aunt Ygritte, a "Game of Thrones" fan is the one for you.
It takes more than just a sharp mind to keep track of all the characters in the Seven Kingdoms; it takes an unwavering level of commitment.
If you're also the type of person who needs relationship validation in the form of trivial anniversary celebrations (ie, the first time you texted your SO an eggplant emoji and got a thumbs-up back), you can bet a "Thrones" fan will have each important date mentally logged.
I mean, we're talking about the people who can list the specific details of the rise and fall of the Targaryen ancestry without taking a breath -- a simple date on a calendar is a piece of (lemon) cake.
While these fans undoubtedly live in the moment of each episode, they are constantly trying to guess (read: argue about on Reddit) what the future holds.
Whether it's making predictions about the whereabouts of certain characters or which one will be next to have his or her head sliced off, you won't find anyone more invested in anticipating the future than a "Go T" fan.
So, if you're someone who has your wedding date and unborn children's names already picked out, go find yourself a "Thrones"-enthusiast to spend your life with.