We have put together five lines from "Game of Thrones," which you know because there's always that friend who won't let you be 'backward.'
You probably know that newbie who can't stop talking about how Ned Stark shouldn't have been killed, the savagery accompanying the infamous red wedding, and then the epic hardhome battle.
You are probably best friends with an addict who can't keep calm about the excruciating length of time between seasons. Either way, you definitely know a "GOT" fan who can't go a year without a quote or something to remind you of the HBO show.
We have put together five lines from the hit show, which you don't even need to be a fan to know because there's always that friend addicted to show.
A popular catchphrase among fans of the show, the line is s a memorable quote attributed to the Wildling character Ygritte, who on multiple occasions, told Jon Snow that he knows nothing.
One of the most popular taglines of the show, it was first heard when Catelyn Stark said Bran Stark was just 10, and too young to see some things. Ned Stark said, "he won't be a boy forever... and winter is coming.
From "we do not sow" to "a Lannister always pays his debts, every great house in Westeros has its words, and while "winter is coming" is a general one on the show, it belongs to the House of Stark.
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Popularly said by Jaqen H’ghar, an assumed identity of one of the Faceless Men of Braavos, a feared order of mysterious assassins with the ability to change their appearance at will.
One of the most mysterious characters on the show, he is popular for speaking in the third person indefinite.
A famous Tyrion Lannister quote, "A Lannister always pays his debt" is also a menacing reputation of House Lannister. A house motto, the saying is one with a lot of meaning that has nothing to do with gold and money as it could also mean revenge.
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You probably have that one friend who keeps asking "have you seen "Game of Thrones?" And then responds "Shame" to your negative response.
It became a popular saying after Queen Cersei's walk of atonment. In season five finale, Cersei confesses to having committed adultery with her cousin Ser Lancel Lannister. She is stripped of her clothing and made to take her walk of shame. Septa Unella accompanies her, repeatedly crying out "Shame!"
Which "Game of Thrones" quote are you most familiar with?