And some Chobani yogurt throw granola in it Holla x2 by The Doppelgangaz 1

Chobani Greek yogurt with bits of granola is the food of Gods. Personally, I prefer Apple Cinnamon Chobani.

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DAENERYS: Where?

[DAARIO points at a location on the map]

DAARIO: There.

[DAARIO gets closer to DAENERYS, grabs and guides her hand to the location he was referring to. JORAH watches him closely]
The Rains of Castamere by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, David Nutter & D.B. Weiss)

Ser Jorah Mormont doesn’t trust Daario. Not simply because he killed his comrades without much thought but also because Daario is getting a little too friendly with Daenerys. That’s Jorah’s job dammit!

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Inside her tent are her closest advisers: DAARIO NAHARIS, BARRISTAN SELMY, JORAH MORMONT and GREY WORM. They are looking at a map of Yunkai] The Rains of Castamere by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, David Nutter & D.B. Weiss)

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[DAENERYS' advisers start to leave. The Rains of Castamere by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, David Nutter & D.B. Weiss)

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The man walks within inches of Bran and his direwolf comes in and mauls the assassin. The Kingsroad by Game of Thrones

The Stark children are telepathically linked to their direwolves. Sensing that Bran is in danger, Summer arrives at the right time to kill the assassin.

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Eddard Stark: There's great honor serving in the Night's Watch. The Starks have manned the Wall for thousands of years. And you are a Stark. You might not have my name, but you have my blood. The Kingsroad by Game of Thrones

In the Seven Kingdoms, each region uses a different last name for bastard children. Children in the North have “Snow” as their surname (ie, Jon Snow, Ramsay Snow). Since Jon is Ned Stark’s bastard son, he cannot use the “Stark” surname. “Snow” indicates to everyone else that he is a bastard from the North.

It is because of his status as a bastard that Jon chooses to join the Night’s Watch. Under Westeros law, he wouldn’t inherit any of Ned’s lands so he decides to join the Night’s Watch and make something of himself. Regardless, Ned assures him that no matter what, he is still a Stark. Even though he’s a bastard, Jon (and his younger half-sister, Arya) has the typical Stark family look (long face, dark brown hair).

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You've done good work, Sisters. The Wolf and The Lion by Game of Thrones

The Silent Sisters are an order of women who collect and prepare the deceased for funerals. They are associated with the Faith of the Seven religion. In particular, they serve The Stranger, the aspect of God that deals with death. They are called the Silent Sisters because they take vows of chastity and silence.

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ROBERT (to BRAN) Ooh. Show us your muscles. You’ll be a soldier. Winter is Coming by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, D.B. Weiss & Tim Van Patten)

Before his injury, Bran’s dream was to be a knight. He loved hearing tales of the famous knights of Westeros. He was also an avid climber, often climbing the various buildings in Winterfell. That soon changed when he was pushed out of a tower by Jaime Lannister, after he discovered Jaime and his sister Cersei having sex.

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[RODRICK CASSEL and THEON GREYJOY approach NED and CATELYN on the balcony.]

CASSEL: Lord Stark. My lady. A guardsman just rode in from the hills. They’ve captured a deserter from the Night’s Watch.

[NED grimaces.]

NED: Get the lads to saddle their horses.

[THEON departs.]

CATELYN: Do you have to?

NED: He swore an oath, Cat.

CASSEL: The law is law, my lady.

NED: Tell Bran he’s coming, too.

[CASSEL nods and departs.]

CATELYN: Ned. Ten is too young to see such things.

NED: He won’t be a boy forever.
Winter is Coming by Game of Thrones (Ft. David Benioff, D.B. Weiss & Tim Van Patten)

The laws are very clear: those sworn brothers of the Night’s Watch who desert the ancient order will be executed. While it bothers Ned Stark to have to carry out the sentence, he understands his duty and will always uphold it.

Ned also wants his sons to witness the execution. The reason being that someday one or more of them will become the lords of Winterfell. They have to learn the protocol for various situations that present themselves. Ned’s wife, Catelyn, disagrees with his decision, fearing that their 2nd youngest son, Bran, is too young to witness an execution. Ned believes he’s finally old enough to witness and understand these grim matters.

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I've seen a man who could change his face the way that other men change their clothes. Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things by Game of Thrones

This is a reference to the Faceless Men, a guild of highly skilled assassins originally from ancient Valyria in the continent of Essos. They are called The Faceless Men because of their ability to change their facial appearances.

They worship the Many Faced God or the God of Death. They believe that killing someone is bestowing a “gift” on them. Their headquarters is the House of Black and White in Braavos.

The Valyrian phrases “Valar morghulis” (“All men must die”) and “Valar dohaeris” (“All men must serve”) are associated with the Faceless Men.

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