How To Successfully Throw A Game Of Thrones Premiere Party
Start writing a post

How To Successfully Throw A Game Of Thrones Premiere Party

Season 6 is coming.

How To Successfully Throw A Game Of Thrones Premiere Party

In exactly twelve days, Game Of Thrones will return. Season 5 left fans everywhere shocked, confused, upset, and/or pissed. Since we don't know how long it will be before we get season 7, because George R.R. Martin is taking his sweet time writing, we need to go all the way out this season. Here's a few tips on how to throw an awesome premiere party.

1. Make sure that you've got wine

[rebelmouse-proxy-image crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//" expand=1]If you've got any Tyrions coming over to your house, you might want to stock up.

2. Put out some snacks

[rebelmouse-proxy-image crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//" expand=1]Always offer your guests a couple of snacks. It's so easy to do themed foods for this type of event! "Would you like some sausage, Reek?"

3. Bring out the tissues

[rebelmouse-proxy-image crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//" expand=1]

Guests might cry because they're so happy the show is back. Or maybe their favorite character will die. You never know with Game of Thrones.

4. Turn it into a drinking game

[rebelmouse-proxy-image crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//" expand=1]

Drink every time someone dies, lies, or says "winter is coming". Game of Thrones guarantees to have you drunk in 30 minutes or less.

5. Have ample seating arrangements

[rebelmouse-proxy-image crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//" expand=1]

Who will take the iron throne? Or in this case the big comfy recliner in the room.

6. Prepare to have your minds blown

[rebelmouse-proxy-image crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//" expand=1]

This season's about to go Oberyn Martell on our asses.

Catch the premiere on April 24th at 9 P.M. ET.

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

Slavery Was NOT Abolished

Jeevti from Pakistan would like to tell you so herself.


Unfortunately, at this time of year, we tend to overlook how incredibly blessed we are. We live in a free world, where we should not have to fear being penalized for our gender, sexual orientation, beliefs, or values. This is a fact we take for granted; in many other countries, simply being born female makes you an immediate target.

Keep Reading... Show less
Melisa Im

My Ethnicity

Hispanic is not a race... it’s an ethnicity. The term Hispanic describes a group of people whose common thread is language and/or culture. I’m a Hispanic woman born in Argentina to Korean parents. I self-identify as Hispanic/Latina and my personal experiences can’t be summarized by the color of my skin or the languages on my tongue. That is because every single person in the universe has a unique experience. Whether someone labels me as Korean or Argentine or American, that will never change my experiences as a Spanish speaker, immigrant, child of divorced parents, Californian, college graduate (Go Bears!), omnivore, writer, or any other label I choose for myself.

Keep Reading... Show less

When In Nashville

Here's some things you could do.

Kaitlyn Wells

I have had the opportunity to visit so many places in my lifetime, and recently one of those places was Nashville, Tennessee. There is so much to do and see in Nashville but here are some of my favorites that I would highly recommend.

Keep Reading... Show less
Your Work Week As Told By Michael Scott And Stanley Hudson

"The Office" is basically the best American TV show created in the past 15 years (you can fight me on this). And through all its hilarity and cringe-worthy "that would never happen in real life" moments, the show really does have a lot of relatable themes, as can be seen by the little compilation I put together of Michael Scott and Stanley Hudson.

Keep Reading... Show less
October Is Overrated, Let's Just Accept This Fact

I have never liked the month of October. I like the fall weather and the beginning of wearing sweaters in the crisp fall air, but I never associated this with the month of October.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments