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  1. This article contains heavy spoilers. Proceed with caution. If you see Bran's character arc, it's risen tremendously from how he was portrayed in Season 1, till the most recent Season, where he's named king of the six realms. But if you think about it, his journey wasn't just another teenager who finds true meaning in life and becomes the Three-Eyed-Raven. He was very carefully orchestrating and plotting his own storyline, which in all probability, was highly overshadowed from the rest of us. © HBO When the gang of survivors were holding a discussion as to who the next king should be, everyone unanimously decided upon Bran. Tyrion, of course, gave his two cents on why Bran should be the ruler of the 7 kingdoms and with a common consensus, Bran was named king of the 6 kingdoms, giving Sansa complete autonomy to rule the North on her own. Right after he was appointed king, Tyrion asked Bran if he wanted it and Bran said: ''why do you think I've come all this way"? That statement might have been something we missed delving deeper into but come to think of it, it's a pretty loaded statement, which could tell us that Bran had been planning taking over the realm since the beginning! Or since he became the Three-Eyed-Raven, who actually wanted to lead and rule all, according to some theories. © HBO But, let's fish out some actual facts on why Bran could be the ultimate villain who was silently rooting for the throne, for himself. First off, Bran knows everything that has happened and will happen in the future. We're not sure how far he can see into the future but it's a sufficient amount to predict things that may happen and avoid the things that shouldn't. The very fact that he let most things happen, even though he could have stopped them is highly suspicious. For example, if he knew Euron was going to attack Daenerys' fleet, he could have asked her to change her strategy, but he didn't. He kept quiet until Dany lost one of her dragon's in Euron's attack. For someone who 'sees' everything, this seemed quite intentional. © HBO Next, let's look at the Night King's death. I agree that episode 3 of 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 was absolutely haywire, where nothing made sense. Not just the fact that almost everyone survived the army of the dead and that the Night King died, frivolously, after 7 Seasons of absolute build-up, also that his death seemed very inferior compared to how he was shown or talked about in the show. But, keeping that bit aside, Bran warged into the ravens during the war and we never really figured out what he was trying to do. They never showed the part where his warging helped out the war in any way possible. Popular fan theories suggest that Bran cooked up a deal with the Night King, which lured him towards Bran, and since Bran had given Arya the Valyrian Steel dagger earlier, he knew the NK's actual fate. There was no form of expression or relief on Bran's face when Arya killed the Night King. © HBO Also, if you think about it, Bran giving the Valyrian Steel dagger to Arya, which foreshadowed the Night King's death and telling Samwell, Arya and Sansa about Jon's true lineage and not letting out anything else, is a great tactic. This way, he made sure his claim to the throne was intact, getting rid of his enemies one by one. Arya killed the Night King with the dagger Bran gave her and everyone knew Jon was a Targaryen after Bran revealed it, which led to Dany losing her mind towards the end, and eventually dying for it. And that's how Bran got rid of two tough contenders, one by one. And while the two wars were taking place, Bran took a back seat and watched things unfold. Things he'd set in motion himself. Very clever Bran! How did the #NightKing change Craster's babies? By touching them. How did he change Viserion? By touching it. What did Bloodraven say to #BranStark in the cave? "He touched you."#foodforthought#nightking #GameofThrones — Vladimir Furdik (@Vladimir_furdik) 28 April 2019 Which is actually true. Even though Bran met the NK earlier through a vision, the NK had touched him and left his mark. Did Bran change post that and wished to take control over everything else and discovered his evil-dark side? The fifth episode of Season 8 also has an interesting fan theory. Dany had decided to withdraw if and when King's Landing rang the bells in surrender. But even after the bells were rung, she went Dracarys on the entire kingdom! Earlier, if you see Dany, while the bells are ringing, she is looking towards the Red Keep where Cersei is standing, making it seem like she's going to charge towards Cersei and kill her and destroy just the Red Keep. But she ends up destroying the entire city. Now, the theory states that Bran probably warged into Drogon, Dany's dragon, and burnt the city down to ashes. © HBO Not once did they show Dany's face when Drogon was spitting fire. Maybe he wasn't in her control and was doing whatever he wanted because his consciousness had been taken over by Bran. There's also a shot of Drogon's shadow over King's Landing when he's spewing fire and it's identical to the vision Bran had a few seasons ago, which could also amount to something. And if Drogon was spitting fire recklessly while Dany was confused about his actions, it could just mean that Dany, in all probability, wasn't the Mad Queen after all and that Bran is just pure evil! © HBO While all these are just theories, they do give us something to think about. How can someone, who sees the future and knows the past never strategise during a big war? How was he always quiet? Why was no one consulting him on what to do next? Why didn't anyone else consider Jon Snow, the true heir, for the throne? After an entire build up over his revelation of being a Targaryen and Bran's constant vision of Jon's birth at the Tower of Joy in Dorne, the throne eventually went to Bran. Isn't it quite strange? © HBO Well, I like to believe Bran played a great game and made everyone believe he is the rightful king, even though he is not and he knew it all along, especially when he uttered, "why do you think I've come all this way". Now, we aren't sure if he means he's come all this way from the North to be named king, or that he's always been plotting and planning for the throne, by being the Three-Eyed-Raven and has come all this way to take the throne. We'll never truly know! But let's see what George RR Martin has in store for us, through his upcoming books!
  2. There were certain deaths in episode 5, Season 8 of 'Game of Thrones' that didn't make much sense to us, to be honest. For instance, after so many theories spiralling out of control over Cersei's death, she eventually died when the Red Keep structure fell on her and Jaime. Which is a little problematic because you don't build a character arc with so much tenacity and make it fall flat on its face (quite literally) towards the end. © HBO Although both of them were shown holding each other and dying, some ardent fans feel Jaime Lannister might be alive, still and will come back in the last episode. The fan that made this prediction, backed it up with some logical evidence and believe it or not, it really does make sense. © HBO A user on Tumblr, 'WeedsAreFlowersToo', put together a pretty compelling case about how the 'Kingslayer' could still be alive. She was rather sad about his death at first but the more she delved into facts, the more sense it made to us. First off, she said, none of the cast members really wrote a 'goodbye piece' for Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, aka Ser Jaime Lannister. If you check out Instagram posts from the cast members of GoT, you will see each one of them has written a beautiful eulogy of sorts for the characters who've died, especially the ones they've worked with closely. But there was nothing for Nikolaj, from anyone. Especially Cersei, who has spent a maximum amount of screen-time with him. Even Nik didn't acknowledge the death of his character, someone he's played, for the past 8 years of his life! Here's what the Tumblr user said: "Why isn't ANYONE acknowledging that Jaime Lannister just died??? Why is nobody in the cast thanking Nik for his performance? Why did Pilou (Euron Greyjoy) and Lena's (Cersei Lannister) insta post not say anything about Jaime dying? Why isn't Nik saying anything about what he thinks of the scene? Why did he make a post saying goodbye to Lena, and not to the character he played for 8 years? Why is there no talk of Jaime's death in the game revealed?" Right? Makes a little bit of sense doesn't it. That's not all though. Here's Nik's post after the 5th episode: View this post on Instagram The best, sweetest most wonderful sister from another mother @iamlenaheadey . That was a fun decade ð A post shared by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (@nikolajwilliamcw) on May 13, 2019 at 4:34pm PDT He just goes on to say Cersei was the sweetest sister from another mother and nothing else. Here's Lena's post for Jaime. No goodbye whatsoever! View this post on Instagram When @nikolajwilliamcw and I wore jellyfish ... I fucking love you ya big weirdo ðððð A post shared by Lena Headey (@iamlenaheadey) on May 13, 2019 at 11:33pm PDT This is Lena's post for Nathalia aka Missandei, when she dies in the show: View this post on Instagram Beautiful @nathalieemmanuel You represented hope and true strength. I didn't like that day up there ð¥°ð¥°ð¥°ð¥°ð¥° A post shared by Lena Headey (@iamlenaheadey) on May 13, 2019 at 11:23pm PDT See the difference? Alright, not convinced? The user's next piece of evidence has something to do with a writer from Entertainment Weekly. James Hibberd has been doing exit interviews with most cast members who've died in Season 8 of the show. He did one with Rory McCann aka The Hound and one with Lena Headey, aka Cersei Lannister. When someone asked about an exit interview with Nikolaj, here's what he had to say: Thanks! Holding that one for a bit... — James Hibberd (@JamesHibberd) 14 May 2019 That's rather strange. Why has he kept supposed dead Jaime's interview on hold? "Apparently James Hibberd [the EW editor] also said there was a character he was surprised to see alive in episode 6. I don't think there is any other character at this point that we would be shocked to see alive except Jaime. Prove me wrong." WeedsAreFlowersToo added. She also pointed out another interesting fact. Gwendoline Christie, the actress who plays Brienne of Tarth, didn't say anything when Jaime died, anywhere on social media, which is weird because they've had some rather intense scenes together since Season 3! She did put a throwback picture of him on Instagram, but didn't write anything about his death, or bid him adieu! View this post on Instagram HAPPIER TIMES. 2014. @nikolajwilliamcw ðâï¸ @gameofthrones A post shared by Gwendoline Christie (@gwendolineuniverse) on May 6, 2019 at 2:28pm PDT Either, we're absolutely desperate for an important character to come back alive and give us closure for all that writing gone bad or all these facts really do amount to something interesting. But if he does come back, it'll be the most crazy and absurd character revival ever. Imagine walking back into the show with a couple of stab wounds and an entire structure falling on you! Can't wait to see how it unfolds on 20th May, 2019!
  3. So, apart from all the chaos that took place in episode 5 of Game of Thrones some few things got overshadowed as the show burnt down to ashes, quite literally! Like, Varys's last few minutes on the show were overtly confusing and after watching the beginning of episode 5 again, we can definitely say, he was up to something big and mighty! (c)HBO Remember when he's sitting in his chambers and a little girl, probably one of his 'little birds' walks in. This is how their conversation went: Varys: “Nothing?” Girl: “She won't eat.” Varys: “We'll try again at supper.” Girl: “I think they're watching me.” Varys: “Who?” Girl: “Her soldiers.” Varys: “Of course they are. That's their job. What have I told you, Martha?” Girl: “The bigger the risk, the bigger the reward.” Varys: “Go on. They'll be missing you in the kitchen.” (c)HBO At first we thought he was looking out for the queen because she just lost her best friend, Missndei but when we thought about what he'd relayed in a conversation to Tyrion earlier, about how she's not a fit queen, we wondered if he was up to something else, and guess what, he probably was! So, in this conversation with this girl called Martha, he's planning on poisoning Daenerys, so that she doesn't rule the realm as Varys always believeed in the realm more than the ruler, and who makes the realm more plausible and fir to rule? The ruler of course. So for him if the ruler isn't fair or just, he will definitely try and get rid of them or change loyalties. In this case he knew Dany won't budge an inch and give the throne to Jon Snow, a more deserving candidate according to Varys, so he decided to take matters in his own hands and poison her instead. Now, read the conversation he has with Martha again and you'll figure it all out! (c)HBO And what do you think was the best way to poison someone in Game of Thrones? ICYMI, Varys totally tried to poison Dany at the beginning of the episode. The callbacks to season 1 are amazing: Ned: Poison is a woman's weapon. Pycelle: Yes. Women, cravens... and eunuchs. Grand Maester Pycelle then mentioned Lord Varys just seconds later! ð¤¯#GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/TVbL2uVmdJ — iTREVOR (@iLEADFARMER) 13 May 2019 Rewatching and Varys was def trying to poison Dany. She foiled him by not eating #GameofThrones — Sharonaâï¸Smiles (@SharonaSZN) 13 May 2019 #GameofThrones #ThronesYall wait a fucking minute is Varys trying to poison Dany yo, Dany is surrounded by traitors Jorah would neverð­ð­ pic.twitter.com/R8f3G4ynUp — M. Pelissier (@Is_Pelissier) 13 May 2019 So.... everyone else got this too right ?? Lord Varys was having Martha the little kitchen girl poison Danys food. She was nervous the guards were watching her, he reassured her by “Greater the risk, greater the reward“ #GamefThrones #GOT #HBO pic.twitter.com/QrigC5t7ON — Jessy Jess (@jessnicosia) 13 May 2019 So, yes coming back to, Varys trying to poison Dany. Usually, the use of jewellery to poison someone was common knowledge. If you remember, in season 4, Olenna used a poisoned stone from Sansa's necklace to poison beloved Joffrey. Poisoning through jewellery or the Tears of Lys has been an ongoing trend in Game of Thrones. So, before Varys was summoned by Dany, to be killed for betraying her, he took his ring off and hid it in a corner, before his death. (c)HBO It could be that the ring contained poison he would have given Dany, had she not burnt him alive. But since he hid the ring, it was obviously meant be to be found by someone. The question is who? Tyrion? Or maybe Jon? Nah Jon won't resort to poisoning someone but Tyrion probably would have. Either way, this confusion is definitely out of the way and quite alarming a detail to have completely missed our mind space because of the later scenes in the episode.
  4. Anthony J. Russo and Joseph Vincent Russo are the people who have been the nerdy yet fantastic brains behind the process of taking the amalgamated Marvel Cinematic Universe to the next level of epic-ness when they were given the responsibility of making one of the most important characters of the MCU likable again with 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'. So it is safe to say that the two bros know exactly what they were doing during the events of 'Avengers: Endgame'. They even shot multiple endings to continue to keep the cast and crew confused about the real manner in which the film would conclude just to avoid leaks and spoilers. Having said that, they were themselves confused between two endings in particular but finally decided to go ahead with the one that we got to see in the theatres (hopefully). In the official ending, Tony Stark takes away the Infinity Stones from Thanos, puts them in the Infinity Gauntlet of his own and snaps his fingers to decimate the Mad Titan and the rest of his Chitauri army. Overwhelmed with the Stones, Stark suffers irreversible damage while protecting trillions of others spread around the universe and peacefully passes away amidst Peter Potts, Peter Parker and the rest of his closest buddies. However, according to the details disclosed by the Russo brothers recently, the alternate ending would have taking Stark's consciousness to the 'Soul Stone' realm after the snap, just like Thanos did at the end of Infinity War and met a young Gamora. There, Stark would have met his an adult version of his daughter, Morgan Stark, played by '13 Reason Why' star, Katherine Langford who would have forgiven him for taking the lives of Thanos and his army because it was done to protect the rest of the universe. According to the directors, the scene would have complicated the movie for the audience furthermore and they wanted to shoot Iron Man's final scene with faces the audience was already familiar with, in order to make it more emotional and personal instead of Langford, whom people would have seen for the very first time in the MCU. Having said that, the fact that the Russo Bros cared so deeply about the character of a grown up Morgan suggests a very interesting theory about the post credit scene of Endgame. After the credits roll over the screen, we get to hear the sound of someone hammering metal. This is the exact sound bite from the very first Iron Man movie when Stark makes his very first suit, the Mark 1, to get out of the hands of the terrorist group known as Ten Rings. Now, according to the Russo brothers, the idea of putting this sound bite at the end came directly from Kevin Feige, who is probably the only constant member of the MCU who worked from behind-the-scenes in every movie made by Marvel. Maybe, Feige wanted to hint the audience about the possibility of the return of Iron Man during Phase 4 of the MCU, but not with Tony Stark as the person inside the suit, but with his daughter, Morgan Stark. Maybe, this is why the Russo brothers also wanted to introduce Katherine Langford's character into the MCU at the end of Phase 3 so that the people know who to cheer for when she dons a badass suit, swooping past her fellow Avengers on an AC/DC song, just like her father used to.
  5. If you're an ardent 'Game of Thrones' viewer, you'd be amassed with a number of theories doing the rounds already. Well, that's a fact because everyone has a prediction to make for the show, especially since it all got over so quickly. And by all, I mean the Night King and his army. But a new theory about the Night King and the Three-Eyed-Raven has surfaced on Reddit and it makes quite a bit of sense. (c)HBO According to Redditor u/idols2effigies, the Three-Eyed-Raven is the real villain of the show and the Night King is just a pawn in the entire story. He goes on to say that in episode 3 of season 1, the Old Nan, right before she tells Bran the story of the White Walkers and the Long Night, an old crow appears on the window. When Bran turns his head to look at it, she says "Don't listen to it. Crows are all liars". Right after she says this line, she brings up the White Walkers and the Long Night and hints at the true nature of the Three-Eyed-Raven, the supposed good guy. Here take a look: The Redditor then goes on to say that the Three-Eyed Raven had planned to get rid of the Night King and all of mankind from the very beginning. But for him to do that he needed to bring the Night King closer to the South of the Wall. But since he was stuck in the tree, he used Bran to do that instead. If you remember season 6 episode 5, Bran meets the Night King in one of his visions. This is basically the Three-Eyed-Raven's ploy to force Bran's consciousness in to a situation which allowed the Night King to take over. Since he meets Bran, he knows exactly where to come find him. What am I trying to get at? Well, the Redditer states that maybe the Night King doesn't want to exist in the first place and wants to destroy himself and his army, by killing his creator, the Three-Eyed-Raven. (c)HBO Well, if you remember the Death Swirl or the spiral created by the Night King and his army. According to the Redditer, "A spiral is a symbol that shows that from one spot, everything is connected and "spirals" outward, that what has happened will continue to happen again." In simple terms, if you remove whatever's there in the middle of the spiral, the effects of the spiral will cease to exist. pic.twitter.com/nV003g82s6 — Game of Thrones Season 8 theories (@GOTS8theories) 17 April 2019 Now you may wonder how is the Three Eyed-Raven the Night King's creator? Yes, in season 6 episode 5, we do see the Children Of The Forest create the Night King, but who is to say, they were only following the Three -Eyed-Raven's orders? If you notice the scene carefully again, it's his face we see carved on the Weirdwood tree where the night king was created. pic.twitter.com/bKMu2nhGge — Game of Thrones Season 8 theories (@GOTS8theories) 3 May 2019 Now why does the Redditer believe the Three-Eyed-Raven is the real enemy? According to him the Three-Eyed-Raven and the Children Of The Forest are portrayed as these humble, nice magical beings who want good things to happen in the foreseeable future and want the White Walkers out, even though they were the ones who created them. But according to the theory, destruction of mankind is all they ever wanted. According to the Reditter, the entire threat of the dead army was orchestrated by the Three-Eyed Raven, to get exactly what he wants, which is get rid of the threat towards him and rejoin the waking world, all at once. So all in all, the Three-Eyed Raven only helped in the Battle of Winterfell, through Bran because he wanted to protect himself against the Night King, who was his own creation. (c)HBO Well, this theory may just sum up the entire series for us. Since we're still struggling for closure from the last episode, hopefully this Redditer is right and we get to see a major twist towards the end!
  6. The Battle Of Winterfell is done and dusted with. However, do you really think that all the business with the Night King is over? I mean, sire, the battle with Cersei matters more and is probably central to 'Game Of Thrones'. But do you really think that the Night King and his Army of the Dead, which was hyped since season 1, would go down this easily? But here's the thing, the great Battle of Winterfell was not without flaws of its own. Like, what was Bran up to while Theon was fighting away the dead. Why would Bran willingly send off Theon to his death? Why are all the main characters or at least the characters whose storylines matter, dead? Wasn't 'Game Of Thrones' built on the principle of catching the audience off guard killing people off who mattered? That's the alarming part and we're not even getting any answers. However, there is a new theory that suggests the unthinkable. So, far, we've thought of Cersei, Sansa, and even the Dragon Queen Daenerys as evil and a possible threat to the Iron Throne. But, what if it's none of them but Bran? What if Bran is the villain everyone should be afraid of? In a Reddit post from user ColdBeing titled “Something just doesn't feel right,” ColdBeing expresses suspicion about the Night King's demise (something that outraged most fans after the third episode of GOT). “They hyped up The Night King for seasons upon seasons, years upon years and this is how he goes out? There's just no way,” the Redditor wrote. They also questioned why Bran warged for so long while Theon was defending him. “Could he have been making a deal with The Night King?” Then, here's a tweet that complicates everything: How did the #NightKing change Craster's babies? By touching them. How did he change Viserion? By touching it. What did Bloodraven say to #BranStark in the cave? "He touched you."#foodforthought#nightking #GameofThrones — Vladimir Furdik (@Vladimir_furdik) April 28, 2019 The theory notes how strange it is that Bran appreciated Theon Greyjoy for being a good man right before he ran to his death. Even when he knows, all the trauma has made him, well a little aloof. © HBO So, while it was great to see Arya plunge the Valyrian steel dagger in the Night King's heart, something isn't quite adding up. And the thing is, Game Of Thrones is good at this sort of a thing where they surprise the audience out of nowhere. Could this be why Bran has been straight off cold and stoic this season? Or the fact that it's just Bran's body and the three-eyed Raven's soul, but then at what point did Bran leave the body? We will only find out in the next episode, hopefully.
  7. Sansa Stark has had her share of worries throughout the series and we've all been wary of it. She's gone through the most out of all the characters and has come out unscathed and alive and transformed rather beautifully to become one of the strongest characters in the series. Her relationships in the past with a few men though haven't been very pleasant and each one she's fathomed has been more challenging than the last. It all started with her courtship with Joffrey, where she was promised to him in the form of an alliance. When it didn't work out, she was seen as a fit match for Tyrion Lannister, as Tywin thought it would serve him well if he married his son off to a Stark. When that fell through, Little Finger piled her over to Ramsay Bolton who was absolutely ruthless and gruesome in his ways. Somewhere in the middle, Sansa dealt with Little Finger's obsession and mind games which he paid for later. (c)HBO If we look back now, her trajectory has been rough and when in Season 8 she meets Tyrion again, we see a form of relief in her demeanour. It seems like she's been through the worst and now she's in a place in her life where she can make her own choices with some sensible people around. There isn't much interaction between the two until they're found together in episode 3 of the same season. The two take refuge with the other women and children in the crypt during the battle of Winterfell and they go way back in time to when they were actually married. It's believed in Westeros that if you don't consummate your marriage, you're not technically married and the two never did. But even so, if you've seen the episode, the two discussed the 'elephant' in the room while down at the crypt and delved into the 'what ifs'. (c)HBO Of course, Sansa and Tyrion didn't get to say goodbye to each other the last time they were 'officially' together. The two had immense respect for one another and that was fairly visible from their interaction. The conversation started with the awkwardness of the fact that Tyrion is currently the Hand Of The Queen, whom Sansa is disapproving of. Sansa also said that if they were married now, 'it would have never worked out', as Tyrion's alliance was towards the Dragon Queen. She also mentioned that he was the best out of the lot, to which Tyrion snarkily said it doesn't really account to much. (c)HBO Having said all that, Tyrion and Sansa did share an emotional and tender moment when the dead were attacking the crypt. Both hid behind a tomb and before they were getting ready to face their enemy, Tyrion took Sansa's hand and kissed it. We were worried that either wouldn't make it alive post the zombie apocalypse but since the Night King was defeated, all the main characters, except a few are alive, including Tyrion and Sansa. (c)HBO Now what remains to be seen is a little confusing. Yes, Tyrion and Sansa did share a moment of brief intimacy when they were being attacked. But was that because they both believed they were going to die and it was a sweet farewell or was it because both realised they may have feelings for each other and it wasn't just a sham marriage? Sansa's concern is the Dragon Lady, of course, but she wasn't absolutely opposed to the idea of Tyrion when the topic was being discussed. Can we talk about this scene between Sansa and Tyrion? this change everything! the board is moving... #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/4Dj3u6s7ns — Re'lar Fer (@LuisFernandoSR) 29 April 2019 Could Tyrion and Sansa fall in love? I mean, judging by the men Sansa has been with, who were not so nice to her, Tyrion was like a breath of fresh air. He took care of her and always let her have her way. Since a little girl, Sansa has always dreamt of the perfect man, a handsome prince who would ask for her hand in marriage and that's why she was always disgusted by the prospect of marrying Tyrion. But now, because he's been the man that no one could, could she fall in love with someone she never dreamt of falling in love with? this scene with sansa and tyrion was one of the best parts of the episode. they have one of the best dynamics on the show and they truly thought they were going to die together. so fucking heart wrenching. #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/boOdt3plkT — ðð ‎âï¸ (@briesstark) 29 April 2019 Well, with Theon gone, if Sansa was to end up with anyone in the series, Tyrion would make the most sense. The two were married before, they know each other well, they respect each other and they're part of one of the greatest houses in the Seven Kingdoms. The only thing left to see is that if this does unfold, will Tyrion change his allegiance from Dany and Snow towards Sansa, while Sansa rules the North or will Sansa change her opinion on Dany's position in power, and give in to what Dany wants so that Sansa can make things work with Tyrion? Well, it's all left to speculation but Sansa better hurry. I don't think there are many men left after the Battle of Winterfell anyway!
  8. As 'Game of Thrones' is heading towards the end, we all saw what we assumed was the most powerful enemy, defeated by none other than Arya Stark. It seemed simple, sidelining all the theories we'd been discussing for over weeks, but it wasn't as simple as it was made out to be. There were subtle hints throughout the series about Arya rising as a great warrior, pitching her purpose towards something bigger, like defeating the Night King's army. Now that's done with, we wonder what lies ahead. All we know is Cersei is waiting with Euron Greyjoy at the other end of the spectrum for either the living or the dead to arrive. © HBO While we speculated a gazillion theories on how the Night King's army will be defeated, here we are again, trying to figure the same for Cersei. Right now all we know is the living are going to march with whatever they have left towards King's Landing and fight Cersei for the throne. Dany and Jon alone don't have an army as such. The Dothraki and the unsullied were wiped off during the war. Dany has her dragons intact, which is enough but we shouldn't forget Cersei has the Golden Cloak army of 20,000 men, plus the Lannister army plus the Grejoy fleet. But she also has her prophecies buried in her head, and she's very aware of them and always has been. © HBO If you're wondering what prophecy I am talking about here, let me take you back to season 5 episode one, when Cersei meets a powerful fortune teller Maggy the Frog, deep in the woods of Casterly Rock when she was a child. Cercei demands to know her future and Maggy tells her three things. The first that she wouldn't marry a prince but a king. Which came true. Second, she would be cast aside by a younger and a prettier queen who will take away all that Cersei holds dear to her. Which again came true. In the last one Maggy tells her that that the king would have 20 children and Cersei would have three, and “gold will be their crowns, and gold their shrouds.” Maggy then tells Cersei that all three kids will eventually die. Which came true as well. Apart from these three predictions, Maggy reveals a final prediction, which is mentioned in 'The Feast of Crows', the fourth book in the series. She says “The valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale throat and choke the life from you.” Now, here the valonqar translates to a younger brother. For Cersei, this has always been Tyrion as someone who could possibly try to kill her. However, if you notice, there's another brother in Cersei's life who is younger to her and that's Jaime. © HBO Earlier we would have assumed that Jaime can never kill Cersei since he's so helplessly in love with her. But towards the end of season 7, we see Jaime's disgust for how Cersei has been ruling the kingdom, bordering on insanity, just like the Mad King and he decides to leave her allegiance to support a greater war far North. Cersei also betrays Jaime and everyone else when she doesn't march to Winterfell to fight the dead along with the Starks and Daenerys. Since Jaime has left her side, Cersei hires Bronn to kill Jaime and since there is so much bitterness between the two already, we won't be surprised if Jaime does go for her throat when he sees her. © HBO While all her prophecies have come true, we're sure this will come true as well. But there's a heavy contradiction with this prophecy. In season 3, Melisandre meets Arya with the 'Brotherhood Without Banners' and she predicts that Arya and she will meet again. She also tells Arya that she sees a darkness in her and in that darkness eyes staring back at her. Brown eyes, blue eyes and green eyes, eyes she'll shut forever. Throughout the series when Arya is seeking revenge from her 'list', she shuts many brown eyes. When Melisandre sees her again in season eight's third episode, she reminds her of the prophecy and about the blue and green eyes she's yet to shut still. We all know Arya kills the Night King who has blue eyes. So, who's the one left with green eyes? Yes, it's no other than Cersei! The book mentions the fact that Cersei has green eyes. Now, we're not sure if Cersei is the one Arya will go after or if she's shut some green eyes before, we're not aware of. A lot of fans are theorising the belief that Jaime will die, in the battle at King's Landing and since Arya is the faceless man, she will don Jaime's face and strangle Cersei towards the end, giving both Melisandre and Maggy the Frog's theory a befitting end! Well, so far only the prophecies have helped foreshadow our cause in knowing what may happen next, so if we do hold on to these two theories, maybe the end is eventually near?
  9. Theories may come and theories may go, but this one goes on forever. Ever since 'Avengers: Infinity War' came out last year, all Marvel fans have spent all their time watching and rewatching everything from Marvel, trying to find out clues and form theories for 'Avengers: Endgame'. Some seem spot on, some are too big to reach, and then some theories are so ridiculous, they become so iconic they even reach back to the cast and the directors. If 'Ant-Man going up Thanos' ass and expanding' didn't immediately come to your mind, I'm sorry but you're not a true Marvel fan. This is the theory that has formed a life of its own and has probably haunted Paul Rudd, and Josh Brolin, of course, for months. The theory is so simple yet so complicated, so ridiculous but ridiculous enough to actually work. And, we're not the only ones advocating for Ant-Man to go inside Thanos; turns out, even Robert Downey Jr is a fan. While doing press for the biggest Marvel movie yet, two of the OG Avengers - Jeremy Renner and RDJ - talked about all the crazy fan theories. Jeremy kept it professional and said, “I just love the creativity that comes from theories. They're hilarious, they're pretty crazy… but it means people are invested in the stories.” RDJ, on the other hand, was just being, well, RDJ. He would obviously bring up the viral theory. He said, “My favorite [fan theory] is Ant-Man goes up Thanos' butt and then makes himself big. And that's exactly what happens.” Robert Downey Jr talks about his favorite #AvengersEndgame theories... ð ð pic.twitter.com/BExlNXFUjM — EB Games Australia (@EBGamesAus) April 15, 2019 Well, the Russo Brothers were already on board with this theory and now that they have RDJ's support, it can only mean one thing - Thanos better watch his back...and his butt. I wish I could say this was photoshopped but the Russo brothers really did that pic.twitter.com/U7zW1fYznN — mila â¡ (@voiidmarvel) March 29, 2019 Paul Rudd right now, probably!
  10. We are less than two weeks away from experiencing the end of an era when the final piece of the current phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 'Avengers: Endgame' drops in theatres worldwide on 26th April 2019 and nerdy people like us from all around the world have dedicated their lives to predict what the three-hour long movie has in store for us. Such a responsibility, therefore, leads to the formation of numerous theories and speculations ranging from “meh” to absolutely bizarre reactions from the audience and a seemingly endless flow of discussion. One such theory talks about the final outcome of 'Endgame' and the role of Doctor Stephen Strange, who's currently in the 'dust' form on Thanos' home planet of Titan. Before Peter Quill a.k.a. the main reason behind the destruction of half the universe, decided to ruin the ad hoc Avengers' plan to get the Infinity gauntlet out of Thanos' hand, Strange spoke of about 1,40,00,605 scenarios in the future and that there was only one favourable possibility for all of humanity. And during the events of 'Infinity War', Doctor Strange was forced to choose between the life of Tony Stark and his beloved Time Stone and he decided to keep Iron Man alive while giving the Infinity stone to the 'Mad Titan'. Strange later told Stark that it was important for him to stay alive if that one possibility were to come true. via GIPHY Now, if you rewatch the scene from the movie when Strange gives the Time Stone to Thanos, you'd notice that it is glowing and that too not a dull, smouldering glow but the kind each of the stones glow when they are being actively used. via GIPHY This suggests that Stephen Strange might be using the Time stone while surrendering it, maybe even to create a time loop as he did to trap Dormammu and protect the rest of the planet from danger in “real-time”. A couple of months ago, a Redditor by the name of RahulVijh had forward a theory according to which Strange had trapped the Avengers and Thanos in a similar time loop at this point to ensure that they finally reach that one outcome, regardless of how many retakes goes into getting there. The glowing of the stone, therefore, might signal the starting point of the loop. What also gives this argument further weightage is how the trailers for 'Endgame' have been including a lot of footage from the previous movies in the timeline. Also, directors, Anthony and Joseph Russo have admitted to tweaking some clips from older movies to make them look a little different than each other, suggesting all the minor differences that may have occurred in the various times that particular event took place. via GIPHY The more you pay attention to the theory, the more sense it makes and with Dr Strange probably being the only person on the good guys' side, who has the ability to see the future outcomes, the conjecture might be worth putting some thought into.
  11. We finally have the first image of a black hole that was captured by astronomers located in a very distant galaxy. The black hole measures 40 billion km across and is three million times the size of our planet. It truly is monstrous in size, which is the main reason why Astronomers were able to capture the image. © NSF The black hole is 500 million trillion kilometres away. Yes, you read that right; millions of trillions of miles away. The image was captured by a network of eight radio telescopes spread across the world. The black hole was found in a galaxy called M8 and is bigger than our entire solar system. Prof Heino Falcke, of Radboud University in the Netherlands, said "It has a mass 6.5 billion times that of the Sun. And it is one of the heaviest black holes that we think exists. It is an absolute monster, the heavyweight champion of black holes in the Universe.” The image itself shows a bright ring of fire that surrounds a perfectly circular dark hole. The ring of fire is caused by a superheated gas falling into the hole. The light itself is brighter than all of the stars in our galaxy combined. © NASA- Black Hole This image is a final confirmation of a century old theory that surprised even Albert Einstein. The Event Horizon Telescope will let scientists test the predictions of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity around massive black holes that are in the centre of a galaxy. Project Scientist Dimitrios Psaltis said, "The predicted size and shape of the shadow theory match our observations remarkably well, increasing our confidence in this century-old theory.” The image is the first proper evidence that event horizons are real and not just a figment of our imagination. These images are important when scientists need to test general relativity, that basically governs the behaviour of gravity and large objects.
  12. The Russo Brothers have too much power right now. I know it, you know it, and they for sure know it and they also know how to use that much power for trolling. We are all desperately waiting for the release of 'Avengers: Endgame' - just 26 days to go, yay! - and they're taking advantage of that. A few months ago, they changed their profile picture on Twitter to a meme that came out of a picture of Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman laughing at Ryan Reynolds. @Russo_Brothers UM ACTUALLY WHAT THE F*CK ARE YOU DOING pic.twitter.com/ibZBakt8PV — ðµððâ¡ | #TWOOFUS (@L0umykryptonite) December 26, 2018 Now, they have a new profile picture on Instagram and it's basically in support of one of the biggest running gag theory since 'Avengers: Infinity War'. There was one cursed post after 'Infinity War' that launched a theory that never died down - why didn't Ant-Man just go up Thanos' butt and transform back into his normal size? That would for sure have destroyed the giant purple grape! Yes, it's stupid and we don't want to see Paul Rudd like that, but if it's stupid and it still works, it's not stupid anymore. Paul would understand and take one for the team. Yep, this looks like a joke, but it's for real. This theory/joke picked up the pace again recently and basically became a Marvel meme with 'Endgame' so close and the Russo Brothers saw the chance and they fucking took it. There's another reason why fans believe that this might come true for real. Disclaimer, a 'Captain Marvel' spoiler ahead. So, remember how everyone was joking that 'what if Nick Fury lost his eye because of the cat?' when the trailer of 'Captain Marvel' came out? And, we all know it turned out to be true. Just like that, people are joking about Ant-Man going up Thanos' butt and what if it's actually true? What if the Russo Brothers are just overcompensating right now to not give out any spoilers? Whatever the case is, this is some good comic relief right now because we know we're losing some major characters for real this time. I wish I could say this was photoshopped but the Russo brothers really did that pic.twitter.com/U7zW1fYznN — mila | loki â¡ (@voiidmarvel) March 29, 2019 Yes, they see everything. the russo brothers seeing all the memes about ant-man crawling up thanos' asshole pic.twitter.com/GYfZBi9e7o — juliah (@spideystights) March 29, 2019 No, you can't unsee Scott stepping up. me @ the russo brother's ig profile picture pic.twitter.com/EbiGYYNdHw — rey ð«(@incorrectmarvel) March 29, 2019 It really is. I'M WHEEZING THE RUSSO BROTHERS INSTAGRAM PROFILE PICTURE IS THE FUNNIEST THING pic.twitter.com/NOfl6pkfbq — â¡ (@caprogers1940) March 29, 2019
  13. Winter might still be looming on our heads but the winter we all are waiting for is coming in April when the final season of 'Game Of Thrones' hits us with God knows what! The new pictures that were recently released gave away very little, just like the teaser which actually just teased us only a tab bit. Now as per Redditors, there's a new crazy theory around the birth and fate of Cersei's unborn child. According this theory, she might give her child to the Night King and in return become the only immortal in Westeros and rule like the queen that she is. While many theories about the Night King and even Jon Snow have been floating around, this one claims that with her love Jamie now gone, it is possible that he is killed in the big war and when the news arrives, she'll sacrifice her child to save her own soul. © HBO Some theories already claim that there is a pact between the White Walkers and the humans and the Night King's army will be returning for their periodical sacrifice. Now we know what you're thinking--even Khaleesi is pregnant, right? Well, but one of her dragons are already with him and given the fact that this child could mean everything to her, we doubt she'll give it away. The insanity shall roll over us starting 26th April. Till then, keep calm and carry on.
  14. Iron Man is one of the strongest superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Thanos is one of the most powerful villains, so obviously there's a stark difference between them right? Nope, these two characters are apparently more similar than we ever even thought about and a new fan theory is here to prove it. In case you didn't know, there was a previous theory that claimed that the real villain of MCU is actually the mind stone, and this new theory is taking a cue from that and is trying to explain a connection between Tony Stark and the Mad Titan. The theory basically claims that both of them have been cursed by the mind stone. A theorist with the username Broseph2576 tried to give a lengthy explanation for the theory saying, “First off, props to whoever posted the original 'mind stone is the true villain' theory....it got me thinking. From the bonus A3 features, we know that in response to Tony asking, “how do you know my name?” Thanos replies “I know your soul...it is much like mine, cursed with knowledge”. Great line, but I don't think Thanos and Tony are necessarily “cursed with knowledge” per se; rather, I think that they are both suffering from some intense PTSD inflicted by the mind stone.” We already know that Tony will play a crucial role in defeating Thanos, as Dr. Strange basically told everyone that towards the end of 'Avengers: Infinity War'. There is only one possible outcome where Thanos will actually be defeated and Tony Stark needed to be alive for that, which is why Dr. Strange gave up the time stone and looks like the disintegration of half of the universe was also unavoidable. The theory went on, “You could argue that the 'endgame' actually started at the beginning of 'Avengers: Age of Ultron', when Wanda showed Tony a vision of the dead Avengers and an unstoppable alien invasion. Tony's vision, which directly led to Ultron, the disbanding of the Avengers and his inability to move on with his life with Pepper, emanated from the mind stone. In an 'Inception'-y kind of way, it instilled in Tony a drive to “do anything to make things right” which, in the most basic sense, was to prevent the outcome he witnessed and believed would come true. But his actions were premised on a “vision” that seemed more an induced hallucination (even the movie sequences looked all 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds') rather than a true revelation of the future. Regardless, it changed the paradigm for Tony personally and would impact Earth and its population forever.” It is possible that even Thanos witnessed a similar vision, which made him do what he did. “I think it could be altogether likely that at some point, prior to the MCU timeline, Thanos was shown a similar vision - one where his beautiful home planet had withered away and the population of Titan starving, suffering & dying. Thanos would, in that light, be similarly driven to “do anything to make things right” which, if fuelled by the same fear and irrationality that drove Tony to create Ultron, could otherwise explain his moral ambivalence to the atrocities he and his followers had been committing in the names of 'life' and 'survival'.” The theory ends with, “As a result of these visions, both Tony and Thanos would become self-fulfilling prophesies of their worst fears - Tony's obsession with protection of Earth could have very easily resulted in the total extinction of the human race; Thanos' obsession with ensuring that what happened (or what he saw happen) on Titan would never happen again, ultimately led him to murder trillions during the snappening.” Well, it's highly unlikely that this is spot on but it seems quite plausible, tbh. Actually, anything can happen and we all have to wait till May 2019 to find out. Right now, we're not the only ones who don't know what exactly will happen in the next Avengers movie, as it turns out that people making the movie are changing and reshooting everything, or rather were doing it while shooting. Talking about this, Mark Ruffalo said, “Which we don't even know what it's gonna be yet. We're not just doing reshoots, we're going to finish the movie, which we really didn't get to finish totally when we left it last year ... I don't even know that they really know exactly. Some of it is happening while we're there. It's pretty amazing. And we'll shoot some stuff and a few days later, come back and reshoot it, cause we wanna take it in another direction. It's a very living organism, even as we approach it being a locked picture, we're still working on it.” Okay, now I honestly don't want to wait till next year for the movie. Can Tony and Scott teach me their time travel ways that they are probably using in the movie? That would be great, thanks.
  15. We all sustain our beliefs on different theories to function a certain way. For instance, nature vs. nurture, left brain vs. the right or even the 'flat earthers' theory (idiots) and many more. But the one theory I can never wrap my head around, is that of the alpha male vs. the beta male. Why? Because I think it pre-defines a man's journey to become a certain way, and how is that even remotely okay? I am not here to diss the alpha male syndrome. But I surely think I can debunk a few myths about why alphaism or forced alphaism, is just a wrong notion to follow, for the rest of your life. © Pinterest Let me simplify this for you. The theory states that there are two prominent personality types for men- the alpha and the beta. The alphas are supposed to be on top of the social status of hierarchy and they're believed to be the stronger and dominant pack. They have greater access to money, power, friends and women are easily attracted to them. A power suit with a power play, that apparently is a more inherent trait of an alpha male. The beta, in contrast, is more submissive and sensitive in nature. They're your typical 'nice guys' most women don't want to date, but maybe settle with and get married to, because they're more accepting and aren't constantly competing for what's best out there. © Thinsktock The concept of the alpha male emerged in the 70s when a researcher studied a group of wolves in the wild. The wolf pack showed very dominant traits or that's what he thought and believed. But his theory was proven wrong when a new theory emerged dismissing the last one. Wolves are predominantly family oriented creatures. If you notice, they always roam about in packs. Well, you will see that through the street dogs in your cities, who are direct descendants of wolves, and are also found in packs. The theory negates any alpha traits the wolf might have, be it male or female. In fact, they pair up often and show alpha traits they may have as 'parents' and not individually, to protect their offspring's. © Sam Raimi films So, if we do talk about an alpha male, the theory dismisses itself because the origin of the story is phenomenally wrong! Yes, it's true we look for a mate to procreate and much like the wolves, we work in pairs to protect our offspring, but the fact that boys are fed the notion of the 'alpha, dominating male', preconditions them into believing they have to be a certain type, to achieve any kind of success in life. This is not just unhealthy, it's a very wrong way to perceive the concept of upbringing. A boy should be brought up in an environment where he recognises all his emotions and learns to deal with them healthily. When mothers disperse the idea of 'boys don't cry' from their child's mind, they (boys) automatically think to show any form of emotion is a sign of weakness, something a beta male would often indulge in. © Sony Pictures Releasing The truth of the matter is, every alpha has the trait to be a beta and every beta can be an alpha if he wants to. And to bust even a larger myth is saying that yes, women are easily attracted to alphas more because of their dominating nature or their display of power and prowess, but eventually they don't want to be with a man who cannot interact with kindness or can't display emotions when he needs to, or even be an emotional support for her when she needs one. While women do choose an alpha male for a casual fling, it's the beta, more prestigious and sophisticated male they go for to procreate with. And that's not a conscious decision, that's an inherent need, biologically. An 'alpha' so to speak can draw their attention with style and status and of course, power but a beta category will still win their hearts and psyche. © MensXP But since we're debunking and dismissing the concept of alpha and beta, there is an easier way to do this. There is an easier way to be the alpha in your life, by being assertive when you need to, showing power where you have to and being macho when you want to, but you can also condition yourself to carry forth some beta traits, which could pendulum from showing emotions when you need to, being kind when you have to and being submissive when you want to. © Eros International So, to say you're a certain type of a male is innately wrong. You're what you condition yourself to be. The conditioning that allows you to foster your own belief systems and aspirations turns you into the man you want to become. Ideally, doing away with the alpha and the beta personality types and structuring your mind to inherit both the qualities assertively, is what makes a man both dominant and sensitive, at the same time.
  16. The gut-wrenching ending of 'Infinity War' left us on a cliff-hanger that continues to knock the wind out of us. The climax came as a shock where half of the Avengers turned to dust thanks to a certain purple Titan. But what if we tell you maybe not everyone dies after all, and that there was someone who was resurrected? A crazy new theory has been floating around it has all of our attention. And no, it's not about a Stone but about a certain superhero who may have died and been brought back to life in the movie itself. Did we miss something important? © Marvel Cinematic Universe Let's go back to the climax when Thanos appeared in the battlefield of Wakanda, taking over every hero one by one with a single punch. From Hulk, Groot, Black Panther to the War Machine and the Winter Soldier, everyone was tossed around like a soccer ball by Thanos. © Marvel Cinematic Universe But Redditor Commander_wong brought a new name to our notice who was crushed in the worst way possible. He wrote, “Thanos ended his short battle with Cap with a punch to the back of the head. Many wondered how Cap recovered in mere seconds from a punch that even took out the Hulk and the most logical explanation is that he didn't. As Thanos used the time stone to bring Vision back, the surroundings also reverted: Natasha was no longer trapped under pillars of stone, Bruce was no longer fused to a rock, and Cap showed no signs of injuries from a blow that should've easily killed him.” © Reddit Check out the scene now: Hasn't that left everyone thinking? What exactly does Captain America's death and resurrection mean? Well, we know the news of Chris Evans saying bye already has left many heartbroken, as 'Avengers 4', will be his last film and that's pretty disappointing. © Marvel Cinematic Universe 'Avengers 4' will hit the screens around May 2019 and is said to bring a 'significant conclusion' to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as per the makers.
  17. The wait for the epic 'Game Of Thrones' finale keeps getting more and more difficult by the minute, but the number of theories, spoilers, BTS videos and pictures that keep coming our way, are somehow making the wait slightly bearable. The finale has a lot of answers to give us and this new Khal Drogo theory that we just came across, is actually playing with our minds big time. © HBO Rumours and this theory have it that Khaleesi's 'moon of my moon' might just make a comeback (it's no Ekta Kapoor serial but it is still fiction right?) and fans have a solid reasoning for it. If you go back to the time when he died in Season 1, you'll recall that a witch named Mirri Maz Duur poisoned him with her magic and also killed his unborn son in Khaleesi's womb. Daenerys, who had to smother him to death to end his suffering, eventually tied her to Drogo's funeral pyre to burn her and before that, the witch puts a curse on her which goes like this: “When the sun rises in the West and sets in the East. When the seas go dry and mountains blow in the wind like leaves. When your womb quickens again, and you bear a living child. Then he will return, and not before.” So, if one had to decrypt it then it is plausible to think that the 'he' in this case, is Khal Drogo. © HBO Also, to put the entire prophecy in perspective, the sun moving backwards could refer to how 'winter is finally coming'. The seasons going dry refers to everything freezing thanks to the Night King and his advancing army of the dead, and the mountains blowing in the wind could simply mean the Wall falling down. Khaleesi is expecting a child, as we all know already, so it seems like the prophecy will come to life. The only thing that can go differently is that if Khaleesi names her newborn after Drogo and hence he returns. Wow! That would be quite unexpected if the prophecy is to be believed, but imagine Drogo coming back to life right when Jon Snow is already in the picture. What an epic love triangle!
  18. The final season of everyone's favourite 'Game Of Thrones' is still going to take a while before it hits our screens and blows us away with what it has to offer, in terms of the many questions that are hanging on our heads like daggers. © HBO While the wait is crazy and it's less than a year (as if that's a consolation) left when we'll shun social life for decrypting episodes, a bizarre new theory about the insane connection between Jon Snow and the Night King is doing the rounds on Reddit. Let's discuss what everyone is expecting from the finale. A major chunk of the fan population feels that Jon Snow will reign, Khaleesi will unite and have a family of her own with him, Cersei will be defeated and it's going to be one happy ending for our guy who was previously unlucky in love with Ygritte. However, if history is proof then we know that the makers do anything that is ever predictable and everyone changes sides like a game of chess. © HBO According to this bizarre new theory, Jon Snow will be the end of the Night King and will replace him, and not just kill him. Allow yourself a breather and read this before you react: “Someone has to 'pull out' the dragon-glass in his chest which was used to create him in the first place. By doing this the Night King would 'die,' but unlike what happens when someone kills a 'normal' white walker, none of the creatures the Night king 'created' or turned would die. Instead they would lose the mind controlling effect the Night King has on them, and they would start doing whatever the f*ck they want, i.e. rampaging around the country. To prevent this scenario from happening someone has to take the place of the Night King by stabbing himself with the previously extracted dragonglass-dagger. By doing this the person (in our mind Jon Snow) would sacrifice himself for the greater good, gaining control over all of the wights and walkers. He then would lead them back over the wall back into the north where they would stay like it has been before since the last long night (like a beast in a cage).” Now we know that Jon Snow is the ever-sacrificing, people-loving King; so this actually makes sense if you allow this theory to persist. © HBO So I am adding this theory to the list of things that have addled our brains and made the wait harder that it already was.
  19. In his time as Prime Minister, Modi Ji has blessed the nation with a string of awesome thoughts and strategies, while also displaying his knack for injecting humour in almost everything he expresses. World leaders look up to him and he definitely deserves the credit for putting India on a pedestal for the world to see. However, despite all the grandness and achievements, sometimes, even our beloved icons become a victim of an innocent faux pas, and that's exactly what happened to our dear Prime Minister. Recently, while addressing a gathering, PM Modi was sharing his thoughts and his theory on how one can use sewage water and the evaporation of water from a 'chai' vessel to produce...wait for it...biogas! Dr Homie Jubaangir Baba explaining his research about the use of Toxic gases of sewer & manhole for cooking purposes in front of Nobel Prize committee for Chemistry. (2018) pic.twitter.com/PCwraslxEJ — History of India (@RealHistoryPic) August 12, 2018 This theory is making a lot of people laugh their heads off and as expected, the meme army is hard at work. Last night I ate a lot of chole.. Today morning used that gas to make tea.. — Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) August 13, 2018 You people are crazy, changed the info on Wikipedia page. ððððð¼ðð¼ pic.twitter.com/rZm978BEE4 — Angoor Stark ðð®ð³ (@ladywithflaws) August 12, 2018 This dude is questioning his education now. I have two master degrees in Renewable Energy. If Modi ji can prove his statement and prepare tee from biogas in a naala, I will burn down my degrees. — Unnamed Indian (@SUN_EXPRESS) August 12, 2018 If you wonder how it is possible, here's some pictorial representation for you. Emboldened by PM words, that Chaiwala is now filling empty LPG cylinder with oxygen through his mouth. pic.twitter.com/iDrabU909w — Happucrat (@AreeDada__) August 12, 2018 भà¥à¤¯à¥à¤¯à¤¾à¤à¥ à¤à¤ªà¤¨à¥ à¤à¤¾à¤¯ à¤à¤ªà¤¨à¥ à¤à¤à¤§à¤¨ सॠबनातॠहà¥à¤ pic.twitter.com/4uhwhhH9yU — Shanu (@shanu_alam) August 12, 2018 Is this legit?! We at Jio Campus organizing a Tea Making Championship for Bhakts. A Bhagona (vessel) with a hole, a pipe, a burner and an open Drain (naali) will be provided at venue. @RoflGandhi_ will be the Chief Guest and Judge for the Event. Plz reach out & Tag Bhakts in this post. — Jio lnstitute (@Jiolnstitute) August 12, 2018 How and where did this thought come from? This guy beats our famous magician, the late Shri P.C. Sorkar.ððð https://t.co/rdCZfOnua1 — Rajat Saxena (@RajatSaxenaa) August 12, 2018 Ppl making fun of Modiji for his theories on gas should know, that gas production of ONGC increased by 6.3% after Sambit Patra joined as director. — Punster® (@Pun_Starr) August 12, 2018 Anyway, let this little gaffe not take your attention away from the fact, that he is indeed a very stellar leader.
  20. The 2018 FIFA World Cup Final is just around the corner as mighty Croatia take on European giants, France in Moscow. The Croatians are featuring at this stage of the tournament for the first time in their history, but the French have been here before as they are looking to reclaim the World Title they won back in 1998. But between these teams and the World title lies a 90-min battle and 22-players who will be highly motivated to get their hands on the 7-kg gold trophy. Source: Reuters While the French are the clear favourites here, Croatia is considered the dark horse to lift the title, and with their motivation expected to be sky high, we can't be certain of who shines. One player in particular who would want to break a jinx at World Cup finals is Daniel Subasic. He would be more motivated than anyone else to ensure he does not add to an unwanted record and prove the Monaco Theory a real thing. What is the Monaco Theory? Here are the hard facts that are laid out on the table for all to see. The World Cup Final of 2006, 2010 and 2014 all featured a Monaco goalkeeper who ended up on the losing side. Fabien Barthez for France in 2006, Maarten Stekelenburg for the Netherlands in 2010 and Sergio Romero in 2014 for Argentina all ended up on the losing side at the World Cup Final. To make matters interesting, there is the presence of Daniel Subasic who is playing his club football at Monaco and is in the World Cup Final with Croatia as they take on France. Source: Reuters Will Subasic break the jinx of the Monaco goalkeeper conundrum to lift the title with Croatia? Or will the Monaco goalkeeper theory reach another level and continue the unwanted jinx, this time on Croatia?
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