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Folks have denied talking to Jerome Flynn of Game of Thrones?

Game of Thrones has a 100% approval rating among viewers when the talks are about the character Bronn and he had unanimous support before last week’s blaster episode named “The Spoils of War,” where he got behind Qyburn’s scorpion and fired a shot into the side of Drogon.
Because even if you still love him despite almost killing a dragon at least one person was not okay with it, actor Jerome Flynn‘s mailman.

The actor told in an interview
“I was surprised when I was watching it. I spent weeks on that sequence, but I was on the edge of my seat, the adrenaline was running–they really nailed it. Although since the day the battle aired, I’ve been a little unpopular, I have to say. My postman won’t speak to me because I shot the dragon.”



Nobody has successfully brought down a dragon in over 150 years and he has done it.

What was Bronn supposed to do? Just sit there and wait to go up in dragonflame?

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The Great Amazon's Secrets Unfolded

She came as a Princess,
She thought as a Queen,
She lived for a warrior,
She died as mean


One of the most popular Legend is the Amazon Era.
It was an era which came to shed blood, more and more, only for Revenge. The Ladies were the leaders when the Men were scared. They were killed without any reason after getting the seed.
The plot fixed around a time when Amazon flourished a bit till a Queen named Serelia came to power. Due to her soft nature, somehow Amazon began witnessing its downfall but she had a cattle, her army of women, which was keen in all the subjects the queen should be aware of.
But Queen had other plans despite of the Rage shown by the cattle and the Men Army at the bay which needed revenge for the killings and bloodshed.
Rihan, a victim of the cattle plays a vital role when he is mingled with the Queen under the stars but the fate was no different to him.
A glimpse by the poet for the Queen which flourished:
AS pretty as a lotus petal,
AS sharp as Hera’s brain,
Till …

Game OF Thrones : How is this most famous show CREATED?

Certainly no one believes the dragons that have thrilled viewers of HBO’s hit series exist in any real sense. And yet it’s still somewhat surprising to see the British actor Emilia Clarke, who plays exiled queen Daenerys, straddling the “buck” on a soundstage at Titanic Studios, a film complex named after this city’s other famously massive export.

The machine under Clarke looks like a big pommel horse and moves in sync with a computer animation of what will become a dragon. Clarke doesn’t talk much between takes. Over and over, a wind gun blasts her with just enough force to make me worry about the integrity of her ash blond wig. (Its particular color is the result of 2½ months’ worth of testing and seven prototypes, according to the show’s hair designer.)
Over and over, Clarke stares down at a masking-tape mark on the floor the instant episode director Alan Taylor shouts, “Now!” Nearby, several visual-effects supervisors watch on monitors. Watch The Fun Here  Catch Out Ho…

The Craziest Sex Scene in all history--THE GAME OF THRONES ERA

The eunuchs are fully castrated, with their penis and testicles cut, and their manhoods are burned at the altar of the Lady of Spears. This means that they cannot be as strong as whole men, but this is more than made up for by discipline. They regularly consume an elixir called the wine of courage to deaden their sensitivity to pain. They drink it with every meal, and every year feel less and less pain.

Throughout Game of Thrones, a sweet though strange romance has been brewing between Unsullied warrior Grey Worm and Daenery's handmaiden Missandei. It's partly strange because Grey Worm knows nothing but battle, training as a child to become a soldier. He's not exactly programed to love. But it's also interesting because his soldier class are castrated as children.


But now that the Unsullied enjoy more freedom under their new queen, Grey Worm and Missandei are getting close.The scene comes after a poetic confession from Grey Worm that Missandei is his only …

STEALTHING- A Trend of dangerous SEX

“Stealthing,” when a man secretly removes his condom in the middle of sex, is a form of sexual assault and should be treated as such.
Even more troubling is the online community Brodsky uncovered, where men encourage other men to “stealth” their partners. These perpetrators — both gay and straight — believe it’s a man’s right to “spread one’s seed.”
Not only does “stealthing” leave a victim vulnerable to pregnancy or STIs, it causes the same type of emotional, physical and financial harm that stems from other, more clearly defined, violent sex acts.
One of the victim described what happened with her partner as a “blatant violation of what we’d agree to.”



One man has now anonymously spoken out to explain why he does it.
The main reason? “Because it feels better with no condom on.”

Risks of stealthing The NHS website states a number of risks involved when an individual has sex without a condom.
There's a chance of a woman getting pregnant and the possibility of getting or pass…

When TRUMP MET MODI

Smiling widely at a news conference on Monday during a visit to Washington, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the president's outstretched arm not as an invitation for a handshake, but as a pull toward an embrace. Then he did it again in the White House Rose Garden. Then once more before leaving.



Trump appeared stiff and uncomfortable with the first hug, smiling thinly and patting Modi on the back a couple of times. But it was the same folksy, effusive greeting Modi has used with Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, and a host of foreign dignitaries and celebrities, from former French President Francois Hollande, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Hollywood's Hugh Jackman.

"Modi doesn't hug just anyone," said political scientist Sreeram Chaulia, dean of the Jindal School of International Affairs in New Delhi. "If you look at the list of people he's hugged, these are peo…

When TRUMP MET MODI

Smiling widely at a news conference on Monday during a visit to Washington, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the president's outstretched arm not as an invitation for a handshake, but as a pull toward an embrace. Then he did it again in the White House Rose Garden. Then once more before leaving.



Trump appeared stiff and uncomfortable with the first hug, smiling thinly and patting Modi on the back a couple of times. But it was the same folksy, effusive greeting Modi has used with Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, and a host of foreign dignitaries and celebrities, from former French President Francois Hollande, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Hollywood's Hugh Jackman.

"Modi doesn't hug just anyone," said political scientist Sreeram Chaulia, dean of the Jindal School of International Affairs in New Delhi. "If you look at the list of people he's hugged, these are people …