Posted January 7, 2014 by BlueMagic in ThatsEnuff

‘Game of Thrones’ Kings Landing No Longer Fictional

If your not a fan of this show then you’ve been living under a rock or you just whack. This show right here is filled with some much curiosity and suspense plus it’s stories are so capturing. The popularity of the show is continuing to grow so grand that England has gave in to the show. England has officially changed the town of King’s Langley to Kings Landing’s in honor of Season 3 DVD release. Thats just the tip of the ice berg. Here’s a list of other things changed courtesy of MTV:

» In England the town of Kings Langley has renamed itself King’s Landing in honor of the Season 3 DVD release.

» Maternity wards are now rife with little Aryas, Sansas, and (inexplicably, all things considered) Theons.

» The National Weather Service is borrowing the Winterfell house motto for its winter storm warnings.

» In Brazil, researchers named a newly discovered species of shiny white sea slug tritonia khaleesi, an homage to Daenarys Targaryen’s ice-blonde hair.

With the “Game of Thrones” audience only getting bigger, bolder, and more powerful, one thing is clear: it’s not going to end here. What will come next in this takeover-by-storm? Here are our predictions:

January, 2014: A coalition of concerned citizens and journalists file a Freedom of Information act to coerce the announcement of the Season 4 premiere date.

February, 2014: Puxatawney Phil, instead of emerging from his quaint groundhog house in small-town Pennsylvania, ominously declares from atop a tiny Iron Throne, “Winter is… Staying.”

April, 2014: The Monday after the Season 4 premiere is declared a National Day of Rest by the U.S. Government.

June, 2014: The Monday after the Season 4 finale is declared a National Day of Mourning.

November, 2014: Thousands of small towns abolish the mayoral office, choosing instead to elect their most attractive native couple to the positions of Khal and Khaleesi. When reached for comment, one prominent Khal is quoted as saying, “No.”

January, 2015: All newly-elected officials, including the Khals, are sworn in using copies of, “A Clash of Kings”.

May, 2015: Betrothed couples flock to purchase the official “Red Wedding recreation package” from a Belgian resort.

2016: The United Nations volunteers its services to negotiate a peace treaty between the Dothraki (formerly Iceland) and Kings Landing.

2017: In all countries, jumbo-sized ballpark hot dogs are now colloquially known as “Greyjoys”.

2018: “Valar morghulis” replaces “E pluribus unum” on all United States currency.

2019: Ned Stark’s face is added to the summit of Mount Rushmore, though insiders know it’s also the final resting place for Sean Bean’s bones.

2020: A reclusive, eccentric billionaire causes a national panic when he somehow manages to purchase the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel from the U.S. government, installs himself as Lord of the Crossing, and refuses to let anyone in or out until someone agrees to marry his daughter.

2021: Global debt forgiveness policies are universally replaced by the unofficial motto of House Lannister, leading to riots, destabilization, and a complete economic meltdown.

2024: And so, the world’s “Game of Thrones” takeover comes to an end just as now-multi-trillionaire and de facto International Emperor George R.R. Martin predicted: with a cloud of dust being driven by the wind across a vast graveyard full of tombstones. Because when you play the game of thrones… well. You know.

2036: Martin releases the sixth book in the series, “Winds of Winter.”

OK! OK! Most of it is exaggerated (Sorry to my Blogger Unee who was ready for the April 2014 rest day) but got to admit this is hilarious. Make sure to watch the previous 3 Seasons to catch up for Season Premier.