Spoiler-conscious Game of Thrones fans excited by some vague thing that happened

GAME of Thrones fans are running out of spoiler-free ways to describe a big thing that happened.

Giving away a spoiler for Game of Thrones is considered the biggest faux pas in social media, leaving viewers struggling to find the most general way of describing recent storylines.

Stephen Malley posted: “God…that was…well… Jesus…God…Christ #GameofThrones.”

Recruitment consultant Nikki Hollis wrote: “Last night’s GoT was off the wall! That thing that happened at the end! OMG! What an unexpected event!”

Malley replied: “Wasn’t it! That occurrence though! How the….!!

“And what about the other thing that hasn’t happened yet, but is related to the thing that happened last night with that character and that object. If that happened, that would be insane.”

Teacher Wayne Hayes said: “There should be two Facebooks, one for people who’ve seen the new episode of Game of Thrones and are happy to talk about it freely and one for those who haven’t.

“Maybe a third Facebook for people who couldn’t care less about fucking Game of Thrones.”

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Leaving a tiny bit of booze in bottom of glass ‘prevents alcoholism’

NOT completely finishing the alcohol you were drinking proves you do not have a drink problem, Britons believe.

‘Leaving the dregs’ in the bottle of a glass or bottle is thought to prevent alcohol dependency, even if you regularly drink until to the point of initiating a fight.

Sales manager Nikki Hollis said: “I’m proud because his morning there was a half inch of shiraz left in the sixth bottle.

“We always have at least two centimetres of gin, whisky or vodka left, and I don’t think hopeless alcoholics would casually leave a fifth of the revolting aniseed drink we got in Cyprus.

“Leaving small amounts of alcohol proves I can stop drinking whenever I want. Not today, obviously, because you need a few drinks on Wednesday to wind down from the weekend.”

Plumber Roy Hobbs said: “I often leave some of my drink in the pub because I’m usually having such a good time I completely forget to finish my 15th pint.

“I feel sorry for winos who can’t stop drinking, but they could cure them by teaching them to leave a small amount of Special Brew in the can.”

Alcohol specialist Dr Donna Sheridan said: “If you regularly drink until all the alcohol is gone you should seek professional help, or buy a larger bottle so there’s still some left when you go to bed.”