The Red Wedding Reaction Video To End All Red Wedding Reaction Videos

Sometimes life isn't fair. Needless to say, this is SPOILER HEAVY. But also hilarious. I can't wait to smugly show this to my friends who haven't watched Game Of Thrones but say they might wanna some day when they eventually catch up.

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