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    Before you start reading this, be forewarned that this article contains spoilers for people who’ve recently just started watching the show. With the season six premiere, crazy fans all over the world can’t seem to contain their emotions. There are two kinds of Game of Thrones fans – those who absolutely love it and those who absolutely love to hate it.

    Whichever category you might belong to, you can both relate to the genuine excitement you feel when you discover a fellow fan, someone new to discuss each and every detail of the show with! From Ned Stark’s unexpected and horrific death in the first season to Jon Snow’s fake one in the 5th (yes, I know he’s alive no matter what the producers say).

    Sure, this isn’t the first show you’ve been a fan of but the kind of emotions this show has made you feel are incomparable. And the bond you create in minutes with anyone who has ever watched it can actually make you forget life-long friends who still haven’t. The kind of passion ‘Game of Thrones’ fans share is something we’ve all dreamed of in our life partners.

    So here are 7 reasons why you should be with a ‘Game of Thrones’ fan:

    1. Their memory is flawless

    If you’re the kind of person who needs their significant other to remember all the important and not so important dates of every single thing that’s happened in your relationship, from the first time you met to the first time they sent you a heart emoji and made you wonder what it meant, then look no farther. A Game of Thrones fan is the best choice for you.

    You’ll hope that one day your partner will be able to recall all of your extended family member’s names, but a “Game of Thrones” fan will surprise you by knowing their birthdays as well. After all, it isn’t an easy task to memorize by heart the names and backgrounds of each and every member of the seven kingdoms, and to keep a track of exactly how many of their favorite characters got killed off by George R. R. Martin. Continue reading to next page