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19 Words That Have A Totally Different Meaning On Game Of Thrones

      marzo 28, 2017     Game of Thrones, Senza categoria, Telefilm     

When you start watching Game of Thrones there are many things that change in your life. That includes what you associate with certain words. The fictional world of Westeros has its own languages, politics, creatures, and so much more. So it’s understandable how one can find it really hard to break away from that. So which English words mean something different to GoT fans? These ten aren’t quite the same.

1. “Wedding”

What it usually means: A joyous celebration of the marriage of two people who have fallen madly in love.

What it means in Westeros: A guaranteed death sentence.

What it usually means: A joyous celebration of the marriage of two people who have fallen madly in love.What it means in Westeros: A guaranteed death sentence.

2. “Needle”

What it usually means: A pinpoint object sometimes used to sew clothes.

What it means in Westeros: A small sword Arya uses to bring her enemies hell.

What it usually means: A pinpoint object sometimes used to sew clothes. What it means in Westeros: A small sword Arya uses to bring her enemies hell.

3. “Winter is coming”

What it usually means: The coldest season of the year, usually accompanied by snow and ice, is about to hit your geographical location.

What it means in Westeros: You better run ‘cause shit is about to go down.

What it usually means: The coldest season of the year, usually accompanied by snow and ice, is about to hit your geographical location. What it means in Westeros: You better run 'cause shit is about to go down.

4. “The Wall”

What it usually means: A structure that typically provides shelter or security.

What it means in Westeros: A 700-foot structure made of solid ice that is defended by the Night’s Watch and (usually) keeps out the wildlings.

What it usually means: A structure that typically provides shelter or security. What it means in Westeros: A 700-foot structure made of solid ice that is defended by the Night's Watch and (usually) keeps out the wildlings.

5. “Viper”

What it usually means: A venomous snake that will probably kill you OR a really fast sports car.

What it means in Westeros: A beloved but cocky son of a bitch who should’ve just listened to Tyrion and worn a helmet.

What it usually means: A venomous snake that will probably kill you OR a really fast sports car. What it means in Westeros: A beloved but cocky son of a bitch who should've just listened to Tyrion and worn a helmet.

6. “Mountain”

What it usually means: A large landform that is usually part of a range of breathtaking scenery.

What it means in Westeros: A large human who will gouge your eyes and crush your head until it explodes.

What it usually means: A large landform that is usually part of a range of breathtaking scenery. What it means in Westeros: A large human who will gouge your eyes and crush your head until it explodes.

7. “Siblings”

What it usually means: Someone you share parents with and should probably not make out with.

What it means in Westeros: Go for it. 😉

What it usually means: Someone you share parents with and should probably not make out with.What it means in Westeros: Go for it. ;)

8. “Snow”

What it usually means: White stuff that falls from the sky in winter.

What it means in Westeros: A very attractive (but sort of depressing) bastard who knows nothing. (Or a psychotic, evil bastard who needs to fucking relax.)

What it usually means: White stuff that falls from the sky in winter.What it means in Westeros: A very attractive (but sort of depressing) bastard who knows nothing. (Or a psychotic, evil bastard who needs to fucking relax.)

9. “Justice”

What it usually means: A concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, and fairness.

What it means in Westeros: Fuck you right back.

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