This Woman Got Back at Her Cheating Ex By Spoiling Game of Thrones For Him
May 24, 2016 11:14
If you're a violently obsessed Game of Thrones fan, you're always wary of coming online to avoid spoilers of any kind for the latest episode. This one woman her cheating ex a torrent of spoilers because she's probably still mad. According to this Redditor, Khaleesiiscorned, his story is as follows:
Since then she spoils the show for me every week. I tried to ask her to stop but she blocks me immediately after she sends the message. I blocked her on whatsapp, but she did it via Facebook. Then the next week it was text. She even borrowed one of our mutual friends phones to do it, and I fell for that. (Our mutual friends are all closer to her and apparently hate me now because of what she's told them about me).
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Moral of the story: don't cheat on a Game of Thrones fan.
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