If you agree with the following statements, there’s a good chance you’re addicted to Game of Thrones…
Real life seems dull
Where are the random nipple flashes? The massacres? The backstabbing, both literal and hypothetical…
You keep expecting people to jump you with knives
Do you flinch every time a fellow commuter reaches skyward for a handrail on your journey to work? Yep. Because you’re expecting him to whip out a blade and do you in, Red Wedding-style.
You are indescribably glad that spring is here
Because it means winter is over. And you know all about winter. How terrifying it is. And how it is always, forever coming.
You’ve started introducing yourself like they do in Westeros
Greetings, stranger. I’m Ellie of House 71a, Green Lane.
You trust no one
You don’t want to befall the same fate as poor Ned Stark, now, do you? He was far too trusting and look where it got him. Yes, your housemate says she’ll buy the milk, but you’d be a fool to take her word for it…
You’ve started to braid your hair, Khaleesi-style
There’s no denying the mother of dragons is one stylish lass. But there’s a time and a place for those long medieval locks. And your Monday morning meeting just isn’t it.
Your love life has got a whole lot more complicated
Forget Mr Right, you are now on the lookout for someone else entirely. Sure, Trevor isn’t the most dashing or stimulating chap you’ve ever clapped eyes on, but he’s the son of an eminent politician – and power, as you know, is everything.
You’ve retaken this quiz over 10 times to make sure you are really and truly a Stark
Ellie is an entertainment, TV and film journalist writing news and (hopefully incredibly witty) comment for RadioTimes.com. She loves light-hearted dramas and glossy US series - and is more than a little bit obsessed with Downton Abbey. Foodie, sun-seeker and aspiring novelist in her own time. Likes the fact that her name rhymes with telly.