Game of Thrones is no longer a fantasy fiction series recommended by geeks. TV has made it hugely successful. People who’ve never rolled a dice in their life now know about Game of Thrones.
So what? This all means that weird things start to happen. Weird ideas take hold. Weird things are made! Don’t believe me? Here’s a list of 5 weird things inspired by Game of Thrones.
1: The Iron Throne Toilet Decal
That’s right. Why not make your porcelain throne look like the Iron Throne? Sure, I can’t quite find on Etsy where the picture above is rumoured to have come from… but I did find this from Better Stickers (Riga, Latvia) which looks nearly as good. Pull the chain before you arise Sir Stinkalot.
2: The Slapping Joffrey Game
Got a few minutes spare during your lunch break? Want to slap King Joffrey until he’s sorry? This weird slapping Joffrey game might well be the Flash distraction for you then. Just watch out for the sound effects and music if you’re trying to sneak a game during work.
3: Severed Head Cakepops
You may have heard that in Game of Thrones lots of characters die. Some of them end up on sticks. The series isn’t finished yet but I don’t believe any of the characters have been transformed into cake. If you’re not too worried about spoilers then Not your momma’s cookie has instructions on how to make these wicked and weird treats.
4: This Impin’ Ain’t Easy Tee
I’m not sure what can be said about this weird tee. It’s blue? Not true; it comes in a range of colours. Impin ain’t Easy is on sale at Amazon. Every so slightly weird.
5: Game of Thrones Perfume
There’s a range of perfumes over at Sarawen inspired by the series. There’s A Stark Winter, Blood and Fire and Lion’s Roar. Lion’s Roar uses this phrase; “Sexy leather blends with luscious neroli blossoms and earthy patchouli to create this unisex fragrance that embodies the Lannister family’s conquering and ferocious nature.” Maybe think twice before gifting a bottle to your sister?
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