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The wait for everyone's favourite (yeah, its already assumed that you enjoy it) 'Game Of Thrones' is about to end soon, because Winter, which may be coming to an end in our world, is yet to come in April. So many teasers, leaked pictures, millions of BTS shots later, fans are desperately waiting for just one thing, ie.- the final trailer to drop on our heads! However, seems like that's not happening just yet. HBO has dropped a video montage of what we should expect this year and there was a tiny footage from 'GOT' as well. My heart stopped when seeing this new Euphoria and The Righteous Gemstones footage and started again at Watchmen. 2019 is my new favorite year. #HBO2019 pic.twitter.com/ybbE1i1Ffb — HBO (@HBO) February 24, 2019 You saw that, right? When Arya Stark finally gets to behold the magnificence of Khaleesi's dragons (we're assuming it's Drogon here) you can't help but long to see more, but unfortunately, the shot brutally cuts then and there. Obviously, GOT fans are now officially pissed with HBO and want the makers to stop trying everyone's patience and just drop the final trailer already. a dream come true for little Arya Stark #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/FauoVIALGf — arwen ðï¸ kh3 spoilers (@drogonsdaughter) February 24, 2019 HBO when we ask for a trailer for season 8 or game of thrones pic.twitter.com/8cJQAdsJXn — Zuhaila (@Zuuzuux) February 20, 2019 me banging on hbo's door and begging for the goddamn game of thrones trailer pic.twitter.com/XTk3aoXsee — âµ chi âµ (@starksdany) February 18, 2019 We're like really tired and upset and when will HBO get a clue about our desperation? Me looking for #GameOfThrones season 8 trailer pic.twitter.com/kg53gKFeaP — Akar Mohamad (@AkarMohamad2) February 18, 2019 Where's the Game of Thrones trailer?! pic.twitter.com/HNKUrjXyhj — G L O R I A (@aciroxo) February 24, 2019 Clearly, a girl has seen the dragons, but we still have not seen any sign of the trailer! Can it happen soon enough?
If we ever decide to write a horror story series named 'Salon', we know what to put on Chapter 1. What you're about to read is a story that will make you laugh (probably), but would have definitely given you a mini heart attack if that happened to you. A man went to a salon, and showed the barber a reference video about what hairstyle he would like. Now, what could possibly go wrong? Turns out, a lot. © 9GAG The barber thought that the 'play' button in the middle of the screen is a part of the hairstyle, and shaved - wait for it - two huge triangles on both sides of his head. © 9GAG Apparently, the barber even asked him whether he was sure about the triangle, but he said 'Go ahead' because he was unsure about the question. The result? An MP3 player on the head. © 9GAG But well, turns out he wasn't all heartbroken, and even seemed to enjoy the result. Moral of the story: Do not trust your barber, and definitely DO NOT ever show a paused video as reference for a hairstyle. Phew!
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