There was a major mistake in Episode 4 of Game of Throneslast night and it’s a pretty hilarious one. During the big dinner scene in the episode as Tormund toasts Jon Snow, Daenerys sulks in the background, giving Jon the side eye for all the attention he’s getting. However, eagle eyed viewers noticed an unusual object in the background, right next to Daenerys. What was the object? Why, a modern day Starbucks coffee cup, all of things! The plastic looking thing stood out in contrast to the rustic, moodily lit surroundings of the Winterfell hall and although a little hard to spot, you can’t unsee it once you do.
See if you can spot the offending latte in this GIF below:
Image Via The Verge
Naturally, the Internet reacted to this error with the usual storm of hilarious tweets and reactions. Here are some of the best ones below:
1. After last week's #GameOfThrones, the cinematographer had to fight off criticism that it was too dark and people couldn't see.
2. So this week he inserts an offending Starbucks cup into dark scene.
Felt like a failure today but then I saw that dozens of production and post-production crew failed to see that a Starbucks cup was left in a Game Of Thrones shot from their third to last episode ever & now I feel better.
Oops! That was a considerable blooper, that’s for sure. Perhaps this was all part of a strange tie in deal with Starbucks! After all, who wouldn’t want to have a Starbucks cup that says this on it?
It is always hilariously baffling when things like this happen, considering Game of Thrones’s massive production costs. Still, it provided many great laughs and memes from the fanbase. Did you catch the Starbucks mug in all its glory in this episode? What was your reaction to it? Let us know in the comments!
If you’re a self-proclaimed bookworm who doesn’t own (or at least like) cats, then are you a true bookworm? It’s a debatable question, but I for one think cats and books go hand in hand. Cats are a bookworms best friend as they make great company just as a good read can. The only other thing you need to make your reading session perfect is a good cup of coffee, tea, or strong adult beverage.
So without further ado, here are nine essential mugs for cat-loving bookworms!
Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” made a big splash last year with its surprise release, and accompanying HBO special. As groundbreaking as the album itself is, its visual dimension cements it as an unforgettable musical experience. This summer, Beyoncé is releasing a coffee table book called “How to Make Lemonade” that provides a behind-the-scenes look at the album’s creation.
Cover of “How to Make Lemonade.” / via beyonce.com
Always the collaborator, the book will highlight Beyoncé’s collaborative creative process. Photos will show how the artists she worked with created the signature looks in the album’s music videos. Among these looks, the book will highlight the beautiful Laolu Senbanjo Yoruba body painting in “Sorry.”
“How to Make Lemonade” is a limited edition collection, and, in addition to the book, includes a vinyl of “Lemonade,” and audio and visual dowloads for the album. You can pre-order the collection here.
You know that feeling when you’re rummaging through a bookstore, scanning titles and covers, and you find the perfect one to crack open? You look at what’s inside. The prose is touching, engaging, and fun. But best of all is the smell. You stuff your face into the pages, and inhale as deep as your lungs allow. Mmmm.
via How It Works Magazine
Well, science has gotten to the bottom of why the book smell is so irresistible. Researchers at University College London’s Institute for Sustainable Heritage conducted an experiment asking how participants felt about a number of different aromas. Among them, of course, was an old book. Their findings were published in Heritage Science.
Without knowing what they were smelling, participants overwhelmingly described the smell of books as being like chocolate. The second most common scent was coffee. According to the researchers, aging paper has some of the same chemical compounds (A.K.A. VOCs) as chocolate and coffee. In that sense, it’s not so surprising participants were able to identify the familiar aroma, especially since most readers are probably friends of chocolate.
via Heritage Science
Interestingly, when introduced to a room full of books, participants were not consumed by a powerful chocolatey smell. Instead, they mostly described the scent as “woody” and “smoky.” This leads me to wonder: does a chocolate store smell “woody” and “smoky” too? Guess I’ll need to go find out. Be right back!