My Reaction to Season 8 Episode 5 of Game of Thrones as told by GIFs
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SPOILER ALERT! DON'T READ IF YOU HAVEN'T SEE GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8 EPISODE 5!

Me realizing Varys was using that little girl to try to poison Dany a day later

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Me and Varys sneaking around because we want Jon Snow on the Iron Throne

It's what he deserves

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When Dany burnt Varys, thus showing signs of going mad

How did anyone not see it coming?

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Jon Snow to Varys: Dany is our queen Me:

Sure, Jan.

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Me getting ready for Cersi to finally get her karma

Its what she deserves

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When I saw what actually wound up happening to Cersi

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When they rang the bells to surrender

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But also me because I know nothing is ever that easy in GoT

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When Dany finally turned full heel and started burning the innocents

again how did you NOT see it coming

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The Hound and Arya

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CLEGANE BOWL IS COMING

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Qyburn gets yeeted by his own monster

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Cersi walking by the Cleganes casually

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Me @ Jaime because he's ruining all his beautiful character development

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Me @ the writers for ruining Jaime's character development

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The Hound falling to his firey end

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When Dany is *still* burning innocent people and horses

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Jon Snow and Tyrion this entire episode

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Me & Sansa @ Jon & Tyrion because we been knew Dany was crazy

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Sansa in Winterfell

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Arya the entire episode

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Dany *STILL* burning people

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Me after watching Episode 5

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