The theme for Game of Thrones is very dramatic as the world of Westeros comes to life on the screen, but Clickhole has reimagined it with a man eating soup. Eating soup has never been so intense (or hilarious).
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Everyone dies in Game of Thrones so it’s always good to have a drink handy to drown your sorrows when George R.R. Martin breaks your heart. These slate coasters with the sigils of House Targaryen, Lannister, Stark, and Tyrell are the perfect way to protect your tables from damage. If only it was so easy to protect your heart.
These custom designed Game of Thrones wines are the work of artist Oskunk who usually applies his talents to custom consoles. This time, he’s made wine bottles for the four main houses in the series, complete with matching case. They aren’t currently for sale, but he plans to have them available in the future.
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This picture was snapped by oonaghmclaugh who is a big Game of Thrones fan and managed to spot the cast at a convenience store in Belfast, Ireland. She looks very happy, but Petyr Baelish looks miserable. It’s like they didn’t have the ice cream he wanted, and he’s stuck holding some substandard treat while he pouts for the camera. Come on, that’s a chocolate coated ice cream. It’s going to be tasty, Petyr.
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This Game Of Thrones mug has the Stark motto and a direwolf that slowly reveals itself as you drink. Whether you’re a fan or just want to freak out with your friends, it’s perfect for a hot drink on a winter night.
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This 20 ounce ceramic Game of Thrones stein will hold plenty of your favorite beverage. It’s an officially licensed product embossed with a map of Westeros and is even heavy enough to serve as a weapon to bludgeon your foes should things turn sour halfway through the celebration.
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Tracey at Black Cherry Cake Company has sent us another awesome tip! Check out these magnificent cakes celebrating Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones. Your dessert now displays the Iron Throne in all its glory, inspiring you to plot your schemes of ambition. Or if that’s not epic enough, put the throne on a hat and have Walter White sit on it as he reflects on his slow descent into darkness.
Seriously, these are impressive cakes with lots of detail in the swords and in Walter White’s face. You can see the wrinkles and tired eyes. Astonishing.
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While we may not get to watch Pedro Pascal in season 5 of Game of Thrones, he was more than happy to tap the first keg of the one of the new Game Of Thrones beers by Ommegang Brewery during the #ValarHourSDCC party at the Omni.
I find it fitting that he was pouring Valar Morghulis.
Photo by Nicole Campos.
Needless to say, the only time you’ll ever see a wolf and a lion working together is when you use these Game of Thrones Map Marker Salt and Pepper shakers during dinner. These officially licensed shakers are modeled after the sigils of House Stark and House Lannister and are replicas of the map markers from the show. They’ll be available for purchase in October.
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So you’re planning a vacation to Dragonstone, are you? You’ll have fun. Of course, the weather isn’t great and it’s kind of remote. There’s also a certain Red Woman who likes to keep things a little too festive and fiery… but otherwise it’s fine.
If you visit Dragonstone, this Dragonclaw goblet makes a great souvenir. It’s absolutely perfect for raising a toast to the one true king (whoever that is) and it’ll be available for purchase in October.
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