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11 Hilarious Twitter Reactions to ‘Game of Thrones’ Trailer

The new Game of Thrones season 8 trailer is here, and it’s BANANAS.

If you haven’t seen it, here it is below!

 

 

Twitter users had some pretty hilarious reactions to the much-awaited trailer—I’ve taken the liberty of rounding up the best reactions Twitter has to offer:

 

  1. Like this person, who does not want to be the next addition to the white walkers’ army:

 

2. This user, who is overwhelmed by the possibilities:

 

 

3. This user, who cannot. Stop. Rewatching:

 

 

 

4. This user, who will protect Arya at all cost:

 

 

 

5. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) who had a very relatable viewing experience:

 

 

 

6. This person who noticed that TORMUND IS ALIVE!!!!! (Nothing else matters to me TBH):

 

 

 

7. And this person, who also shares my enthusiasm for Tormund remaining in the land of the living:

 

 

 

8. This reminder of the additional content we’ve been blessed with:

 

 

 

9. Some people simply could not STAY CALM:

 

 

 

10. This person, who needed a way to cope:

 

 

 

11. Finally, I’ll leave you with Kit Harrington, who is trying not to let his facial expressions give away any spoilers:

 

 

 

At least we have these tweets to hold us over until the drop date on April 14th!!!

 

 

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Winds of Winter Knock Down Trees Made Famous by ‘Game of Thrones’

Not only is Game of Thrones ending, but one of the giant beeches, known as ‘The Dark Hedges’, made famous by the fantasy drama, has unfortunately met its end over the weekend due to 60mph winds.

 

Image Via Belfasttelegraph.co.uk

 

Image Via BBC.com

 

This wasn’t the first time the famed trees came up again winds like these,  as in June of l2018, Storm Hector wreaked havoc on the woods.

 

Image Via BBC.com (Photo: Bob Mccallion)

 

Image Via BBC.com (Photo: Bob Mccallion)

 

The tourist attraction along the Bregagh Road near Armoy, initially had 150 trees, but only ninety are left standing.

Woodland Trust’s Paddy Cheng told NBC News North Ireland that the trees are as old as 1775, in his words, “old aged pensioners.” He said, “They are coming to the end of their life, normally beech trees survive around 250 years, they are probably now 240 years old.”

Joan Baird who is a Causeway Coast and Glens councilor believes that tourists are also a reason why for these trees extinction and the “terrible loss” for the site, the Belfast Telegraph reported.

 

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The trees are one of the most Instagrammed locations. The tunnel of trees is reminiscent to Arya Stark escaping Kings Landing, her escape route of choice in doing so.

 

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