8 Ways To Be Prepared For 'Game Of Thrones'
Start writing a post
Television Streaming

8 Ways You Can Prepare For The Final Season Of 'Game Of Thrones'

And how to survive the wait between every episode.

20
8 Ways You Can Prepare For The Final Season Of 'Game Of Thrones'

"Game of Thrones" returns for its eighth and final season April 14th. If you're like me, you have been waiting what feels like years. If you've read the books, you've been waiting a lot longer, and applaud you for your patience. Here are a few things that you can do to prepare and wait for the final season to come out.

Rewatch the show.

Giphy

Because you have probably forgotten some things that happened. Nobody wants to be a Jon Snow.

Read fan theories.

Giphy

A lot of them are interesting, and it may make you look at the show in a whole new light.

Plan a premiere party with your friends or start making plans for your finale party.

Giphy

Just make sure you pick the friends that won't talk the whole time. Nothing could possibly be more important than "Game of Thrones."

Make sure that there's enough food.

Giphy

You're probably going to need some wine, too. Be sure to stock up.

Curate a "GoT" inspired outfit.

Giphy

If you ever wanted to cosplay as Jon Snow, there is no time like the present to start creating one for the finale.

Learn dothraki.

Giphy

"Anha zalak meme vallayafa yera, jin athvashar okrenegwini!" or, have fun storming the castle!

Make some bets.

Giphy

Who's going to live? Who's going to get the throne? No one really knows, but it's fun to play your luck, especially after all the fan theories you've probably been reading.

Read the books!

Giphy

It will take you forever, but there are so many more interesting storylines in the books, it's just a fact.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
Featured

Anxiety Doesn't Discriminate

This month, Odyssey brings about awareness & normality to conversations around mental health from our community.

314
Anxiety Doesn't Discriminate

It's no secret that even in 2018 our country still struggles with discrimination of all kinds. Society labels individuals by the color of their skin, heritage, religion, sexuality, gender, size, and political beliefs. You are either privileged or you're not. However, here's the thing, anxiety doesn't care about your privilege. Anxiety doesn't discriminate.

Keep Reading... Show less
College Boy Charm is Real and it's Very Sexy
Disney

After surviving a year of college and watching "Clueless" countless times, I've come to the conclusion that college boy charm is very much a real thing and it's very very attractive. It's easiest explained through Paul Rudd's character, Josh, in "Clueless". The boy who has a grip on his life and is totally charming. In this article, I will list the qualities of a specimen with College Boy Charm, to help you identify him at your next party or other social events.

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

Tik Tok Stars: Worth the Hype? or Overrated?

As Tik-Tokers rise to fame, do their 'copy-cat' dances deserve the clout?

2036
Tik Tok Stars: Worth the Hype? or Overrated?
https://pixabay.com/photos/tiktok-social-media-app-tik-tok-5323007/

Oh, the wonders of social media. Trends come and go just as quick as a story on Instagram, everyone posting for their shot at fifteen minutes of fame, and the ever growing following of a new type of celebrity- social media influencers and content creators. Everyone who owns a smartphone probably has Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and now Tik-Tok, as it's growing to be a major social media platform for teenagers and young adults. Tik Tok became popular in the United States in late 2019 and since then has grown a considerable amount. Personally, I was one to make fun of Tik-Tok and say it was a dumb app like Musical.ly or Triller, and now months later, I spend more time on it than I do on Instagram.

Keep Reading... Show less
Featured

Because self confidence is sexy

And as a woman, I want us all to love ourselves a little bit more today.

6100

Women have such high standards to live up to today. We’re expected to do and be so much. The great Tina Fey said “Every girl is expected to have Caucasian blue eyes, full Spanish lips, a classic button nose, hairless Asian skin with a California tan, a Jamaican dance hall ass, long Swedish legs, small Japanese feet, the abs of a lesbian gym owner, the hips of a nine-year-old boy, the arms of Michelle Obama, and doll tits. The person closest to actually achieving this look is Kim Kardashian, who, as we know, was made by Russian scientists to sabotage our athletes." This quote is not only hilarious, but also incredibly true! How many of you feel insecure every time you walk on campus, or every time you walk into a party? Even the girls you think are perfect are insecure. Everyone has flaws. Sure some flaws may be more exaggerated than others, but that doesn’t mean that the girl still feels bad about them. My point here is that it doesn’t matter how “perfect” you are, what matters most is how “perfect” you feel.

Keep Reading... Show less

With the dawn of social media comes an entirely new character: the Facebook politician. Usually, articles or posts about politics are fairly sporadic. That is until a major event happens. Suddenly, everyone knows everything about everything. Everyone seems to have a very strong opinion. Everyone is super knowledgeable, and what better vessel of information than they themselves? Which is pretty reasonable, given that people’s emotions run high when something major happens. And I don’t blame them, emotions are good!

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments