Gigglebit: Game of Thrones withdrawal symptoms

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At this stage many of you will be going through Game of Thrones withdrawal following the season’s close this week. You’ve dodged the spoilers on Facebook and like a Lannister who always pays, you stayed loyal to the bitter end and no doubt made emotional by a twist or the death of a popular character. But don’t worry, it is summer, winter is a long way off, and no doubt the wonders of Westeros will be revealed in the next season. But in sympathy to fans, whether you’re a supporter of House Stark or a Lannister, we thought we’d share some of the Game of Thrones memes that are popular this week.

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Editor John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist.

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