Congratulations, you have found the one article on the internet that won’t spoil the end of Game of Thrones series five. But consider this: what the hell are you doing on the internet? It’s not a safe place to be if you haven’t seen the finale.
Happy Stay-Away-From-Twitter-So-You-Don't-Get-Spoiled-For-Game-Of-Thrones Day!
— Melinda Seckington (@mseckington) June 15, 2015
Yes, spoilers are beyond the pale, even for a show as brutal as Game of Thrones…
Our ancestors never spoiled Game Of Thrones and they were alive when it was happening.. Come on people
— Papao (@JussDaTip) June 15, 2015
…but really, you only have yourself to blame.
Public Service Announcement.
Game of Thrones is amazing. If you are reading this GET OFF THE INTERNET!! You don’t want it spoiled!
— Tim Bowers (@Timbow1982) June 15, 2015
Take these people as cautionary examples…
GAME OF THRONES HAS BEEN SPOILED FOR ME. IT'S ONLY BEEN THREE HOURS SINCE IT AIRED AND IT'S BEEN SPOILED.
— elle (@ellemlaur) June 15, 2015
— John Cabrera (@johncabrera) June 15, 2015
EVERYONE WHO JUST SPOILED THE GAME OF THRONES FINALE IS DEAD TO ME
— Kayla Fitz (@Kayla_Fitz) June 15, 2015
ahhhhh I spoiled Game of Thrones for myself… should not have been on twitter ?
— Randy Gyllenhaal (@RandyGyllenhaal) June 15, 2015
…lest you do something silly, like quitting the show…
…. Game of Thrones season finale spoiled. Don't know if it's even worth watching anymore.
— Atticus Fetch (@doooovuhh) June 15, 2015
Now that the internet has spoiled Game of Thrones, I have even more reasons not to watch it ?
— Hͪͯͨ̾eather (@itsrealH) June 15, 2015
How ironic that The #GameofThrones had to kill someone off tonight & I had to also because they spoiled it for me before I got to watch it.
— The Cultured Ruffian (@CulturedRuffian) June 15, 2015
And a Special Tony to bludgeon the person who just spoiled Game of Thrones. #TonyAwards
— Louis Peitzman (@LouisPeitzman) June 8, 2015
Of course, some spoilers go out of their way to find you…
Had Game of Thrones spoiled for me by a promoted tweet, so at least I've got that goin' for me
— Alastair Coote (@_alastair) June 15, 2015
My mom just spoiled the Game of Thrones books for me.
I wish I was adopted
— Tristan Bassett (@Tryzzden) June 11, 2015
it's bad enough having game of thrones spoiled for you but having it spoiled by a meme is truly a brutal fate
— Colley (@JamColley) June 11, 2015
Who needs to be spoiled by social media when your family can call you right up and leave a spoiler in your voice inbox! #GameofThrones
— Johnamarie Macias (@BlueJaigEyes) June 15, 2015
I don't watch Game of Thrones, but I just had it spoiled to me via a Tinder moment. Who would think that's a good idea?
— Sean (@CaptainToney) June 15, 2015
…and knowing can give you a nihilistic power.
scammer called our phone so i spoiled the ending of the the season finale of game of thrones for them, no regrets
— guy online (@edmelondemand) June 15, 2015
Every Game of Thrones season was spoiled for me because I watched it late.
I'm now immune to GoT spoilers.
I cannot die.
— Meghnad (@Memeghnad) June 15, 2015
But really you’re just ruining it for yourself. Endure. Stay off the internet, and enjoy the surprise.
Finally watched the last Game of Thrones. Glad nobody spoiled the bit where all the Dornish characters sit down and agree on an accent.
— Chris Thursten (@CThursten) May 23, 2015
Game of Thrones series 5 concludes tonight on Sky Atlantic, 9pm