The Brief: A scene from the final episode of Game Of Thrones has become a viral Twitter meme.
🚨Spoiler Alert 🚨 Do not proceed unless you have watched every episode of Game Of Thrones, have no intentions of ever watching it, or love spoilers!
While some fans are dissatisfied with the final season and last episode, of Game Of Thrones, people are rallying around Brienne writing memes on Twitter that make light of all that the residents of Westeros (and GoT fans) have endured. This meme is from a scene in the final episode of the series shows Brienne of Tarth writing Jamie Laster’s legacy in the Book Of Brothers.
What Brienne Wrote:
Brienne’s passage on Jamie reads:
“Pledged himself to the forces of men and rode North to join them at Winterfell, alone aced the Army of the Dead, and defended the castle against impossible odds until the defeat of the Night King. Escaped imprisonment and rode south in an attempt to save the castle from destruction. Died protecting his Queen.”
Brienne of Tarth, how to have a heart like yours? #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/4VyhiUvQ6Z
— Claudia (@_claudiabarilla) May 20, 2019
As one fan put it on Twitter, she shows how big her heart is as “she gave Jamie the redemption he wasn’t able to find on his own.”
CAN WE TALK ABOUT BRIENNE OF TARTH FOR A SECOND?? She really has the BIGGEST HEART
Even after all she suffered, after all the things people did to her she still has the strength to find good in people
She gave Jaime the redemption he wasn't able to find on his own #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/U6CLFedziB
— agent sara #forCersei ⚜️ (@itsvivi__) May 20, 2019
What Brienne Was ‘Really’ Writing…
On Twitter, people have been making jokes about what Brienne may have ‘really’ been writing. Some Brienne writing memes reference her previous relationship with Jamie while others combine Game Of Thrones lore with other pop culture references.
— Kevin Panetta (@kevinpanetta) May 20, 2019
"…and I, Brienne of Tarth, am the first women to write on Game of Thrones since season 3…" pic.twitter.com/iZevZvdLKy
— Cat Staggs 🏳️🌈 (@CatStaggs) May 20, 2019
Is Brienne the new Carrie Bradshaw?
arya: literally columbus
samwell: inventing democracy
ser brienne: pic.twitter.com/sGjEdCgHTk
— Nicole (@niccibelli) May 20, 2019
I can't believe brienne wrote that omg #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/6TbIPuKTo5
— Kiran (@opalsrose) May 20, 2019
Brienne was really hurt #GameOfThonesFinale #GOTFinale pic.twitter.com/6zCrx3V9IW
— Zie (@TheMessenger93) May 20, 2019
Harry Potter meets Game Of Thrones:
What Brienne actually wrote…#GameofThrones #GameOfThonesFinale pic.twitter.com/8jg7nQ25QM
— Witchcrafting & Wizardry (@witchcraft_wiz) May 20, 2019
There were multiple allusions to the Burn Book in Mean Girls.
What I really thought Brienne was going to write.. #GOTFinale #GOT pic.twitter.com/OzZmjBDv1h
— Anna (@Annamarie2426) May 20, 2019
What Ser Brienne really wrote #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/USNRlInVix
— Michelle (@gingerlymyself) May 20, 2019
If I was Brienne writing in that book about Jamie pic.twitter.com/kp0mfV3DLN
— Alison Stevenson (@JustAboutGlad) May 20, 2019
Brienne updating Jamie's Wikipedia page #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/Xq3QdjBFTX
— Barbara de Marsillac (@babiemarsillac) May 20, 2019
— Charlotte Wilder (@TheWilderThings) May 20, 2019
brienne after jaime dies: pic.twitter.com/jKLavzY73m
— helen (@helen) May 20, 2019
How bout this rewrite?
“And also Ser Jaime died while telling Cersei that he was in love with Brienne who was super hot the end” pic.twitter.com/9yr5i3lvHK
— Dylan Goforth (@DGoforth918) May 20, 2019