The day after Thanksgiving, Fox 5 producer Cara Viscardo learned that she'd grown seven inches, reverse-aged six years, and now worked as a waitress."It's not flattering. Thankfully, bloggers over at Team Pwnicorn decided to use their imagination and come up with fake online dating profiles for some of the characters, and the result is pure genius. Unfortunately, characters on the HBO hit don’t always have the best luck with love (I’m looking at you “Red Wedding”), which can make one wonder if access to online dating could help out any of these warring Westerosians.But other than that, I’m just your everyday heir to the Iron Throne, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, and rightful ruler of the Seven Kingdoms, just need to get some boats.”And her religion?
“Gods are for people who don’t have dragons.” Jaime Lannister is also apparently looking for that special someone, specifically one who is “The female version of myself, down to the genetic level.” Jaime describes himself as “a family man.
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