George R.R. Martin Is A Horrible Wedding Planner

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Video: A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin, wedding planner. Guaranteed to make your special day an event to remember. No Game of Thrones spoilers here, but there are sure to be one or two in the comments, unless everyone pulls together in the spirit of cooperation and only comments on Martin’s beard and hat.

George R.R. Martin Shouldn’t Plan Your Wedding [CollegeHumor]


  • Hey George R R Martin, here’s an idea: how about you stop doing lame videos like this one and write some fucking books.

      • Ha, actually, no. Although the voice sounded off, I didn’t twig. It’s too early in the morning for me to make sweeping reactionary statements.
        But I stand by the sentiment even if it doesn’t apply to this particular video.

    • The day after Bioshock Infinite, or the Last of Us launched, some people had finished the game already and started revealing the twists. Most people hadn’t finished it, but since some people already knew the ending, they found it hilarious to drop spoilers (both real and fake) into comments of articles on those games.

      The things which give a person pleasure say a lot about their character, and unfortunately there’s no cure for being a c*nt.

      (I’m trying to say I don’t think you’re being the best person you can be right now).

        • Well, making up a fake spoiler isn’t nearly as bad as actually spoiling the book, so that does make me feel better… but it’s still not nearly as good as not making up a fake spoiler. It’s borderline trolling and I hope you feel well and truly shamefaced for your vexatious behaviour.

          When the Last of Us hit, I read a spoiler accidentally almost on launch day. It turned out to be fake, but that didn’t stop it from creeping into my head as I played the game and annoying me the whole way through. That was my fault for reading about the game on a forum I guess, but Game of Thrones is a bit of a unique situation, in that you can’t just keep up to date with the tv show to be immune to spoilers.

          Either I read the books, go on a total internet blackout (neither of which is going to happen), or just accept that I’m probably not going to be able to enjoy all the show’s twists as much as I’d have liked to.

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