Behold: All. The. Haters.

From The Huffington Post:george rr martin

The “Red Wedding” episode ran Sunday night on HBO’s adaptation of George RR Martin’s beloved Game of Thrones series.

Martin kills off several major characters and, needless to say, a lot of people are infuriated/sad/confused/heartbroken.

Twitter feed @RedWeddingTears began cataloging people’s reactions, and, though we feel everyone’s pain, it’s actually pretty hilarious.

Many people are now pledging that they’re “done” with the series, and also sending lots of threats and “f-yous” George RR Martin’s way.

We’re beginning to feel sorry for Martin, as people tend to constantly be aggravated with him for some reason or another (usually for doing any activity other than writing the books).

Here are a few new George RR Martin haters, fresh from watching the disturbing episode from last night. Check out the full list of Haters here.  (Warning: There is much foul-mouthedness in the linked tweets).

@mastinalex “If George Marting was in Auburn right now I’d stab him in the heart.”


@offensivename “George RR Martin is a horrible, horrible man.”

@mrslion16 “Crying right now because George RR Martin RUINS HOPES AND DREAMS.”


@e____music “A big huge eff you to the Game of Thrones author. Thanks. Thanks, jerk. I hate you. YOU ARE THE WORST!!! The worst!!!!”

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  1. I remember being absolutely dumbfounded – I mean, the world went away for a bit – when I first read the Red Wedding chapter in the books. I had thought Eddard was an anomaly – beloved characters are meant to survive, somehow! But in real life, heroes sometimes die, and sometimes they die in meaningless, insignificant ways, while villains linger or even thrive. They do in GRRM’s novels, too. And guess what – the books continue, and they do not change in their version of reality. And, as hard as it is, that’s part of their genius.

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