‘Game of Thrones’ fans on Twitter are preparing for winter with sick memes

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Game of Thrones fans are preparing their bodies and minds for the glory that is the Season 7 premiere.

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The show’s Twitter account kindly reminded fans that premiere prep should start this Monday.

6 weeks. 6 seasons.
Start the #PrepareForWinter marathon this Monday: https://t.co/1VBR1GDnO4 #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/79Nix844AJ

— Game Of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) June 1, 2017

Monday will be the start of the six weeks leading up to the premiere. With six seasons of GoT already out, fans have a perfectly laid out binge schedule — one season per week. Read more…

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J.K. Rowling sends massive F U to Trump over Paris Climate Agreement

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Young people, climate advocates, and world leaders have expressed their anger and disappointment after Donald Trump announced his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement.

And, J.K. Rowling has weighed in with an “up yours”— with a little help from German tabloid Berliner Kurier’s shady-ass front cover. 

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The cover reads: “Earth to Trump: Fuck you!” 

Very much enjoying the German press at the moment. “Earth to Trump…” pic.twitter.com/sPqkUPYVlw

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 2, 2017 Read more…

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Schwarzenegger to Trump: You can’t go back in time. Only I can do that.

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It’s official: The U.S. is out of the Paris Climate Agreement, courtesy of President Donald TrumpReactions from all sides are coming in, but one man, possibly cyborg, has a special message for Trump that we just have to share. 

Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Governor of California and Terminator, has slammed Trump’s decision in a blunt and entertaining three minute video, recorded for Attn and shared on Twitter. 

SEE ALSO: 8 things Trump said about the Paris Climate Agreement that are total BS

“One man cannot destroy our progress. One man can’t stop our clean energy revolution. And one man can’t go back in time. Only I can do that,” said T-800.  Read more…

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Anarchist pigeon DGAF about human signage

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Pigeons — they’re everywhere and there’s nothing you can do to stop them.

SEE ALSO: Girl has hilariously dramatic reaction to discovering pigeon on balcony

A photo shared on the /r/London subreddit proved that these winged beasts DGAF about the rules. 

In the picture taken at London Waterloo station, a smug pigeon defiantly poses next to a sign meant to “pigeon proof” the area. 

If this pigeon could make any other noise aside from hooting, he would definitely be laughing manically. 

Just look at his smug little face.

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WATCH: A snake regurgitated another snake, and both slithered away alive

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Spectacles have FINALLY arrived in Europe

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The hard-done-by Snapchatters of Europe have waited long and hard for this moment. Snap’s Spectacles have, at long last, come to Europe. Took Snapchat long enough, mind you. 

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At 7 a.m. Friday morning, Snapbots landed in London, Paris, Barcelona and Venice, meaning European Snapchatters can ~finally~ get their hands on Spectacles. For those of us who don’t fancy wandering the streets in search of a little yellow bot, Spectacles are also now available for the very first time to all Europeans online at Spectacles.com

Spectacles launched in the U.S. in late 2016, but this is the very first time they’ve been made officially available in Europe

From 2 June, Spectacles are available to Snapchatters Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Spain, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Read more…

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The Ambiclimate is an easy way to make your dumb air conditioner smart

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So, you want smart air conditioning. Typically, that means having to change the aircon unit itself, or ripping a hole into your wall to put in a smart thermostat.

The Ambiclimate provides a simpler way to set foot into the world of clever cooling.

SEE ALSO: IKEA’s super cheap smart bulbs will soon work with all your favorite assistants

The little desktop gadget connects to Wi-Fi, and can cast an infrared beam that’ll mimic your existing aircon remote control. 

With that, you can log into the Ambiclimate app on your smartphone to tell it if you’re feeling cold or hot, and the Ambiclimate will learn your preferences over the course of a week, to automatically adjust the room to what you like. Read more…

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41 times Stephen King’s dog Molly was the most evil beast on the internet

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If you’ve ever read a Stephen King book you may think you know fear, but the truth is you won’t have been confronted with real evil unless you’ve laid eyes on Molly.

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That’s Stephen King’s dog: a corgi who goes by the alternative name “the Thing of Evil,” and who enjoys nothing more than striking fear into the hearts of humans and squeaky toys alike.

I am Molly, the Thing of Evil. You will not see me comingpic.twitter.com/yVYjKpQAUo

— Stephen King (@StephenKing) August 1, 2015

From her plot to get Santa to her planned zombie dog-led conquest of Vermont, we’ve rounded up her most dastardly moments below. Read more…

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Get those wallets out, McDonald’s now has official Big Mac merchandise

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Big Mac fans can now wear their love for the iconic burger with a new limited-edition line of merchandise from the Golden Arches. 

SEE ALSO: McDonald’s has made this secret burger hack an official menu item

McDonald’s tied up with Japanese clothing brand Beams, for the collection of Big Mac-themed tote bags, T-shirts, caps, pouches and iPhone covers.

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We’re mesmerized by this spelling bee contestant typing as she spells

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You might’ve once used your fingers to help count the number of letters in a word while spelling, or tried to write the word out on your palm.

But now there seems to be a new generation of kids who type as they spell, and we can’t help but be mesmerised.

SEE ALSO: Google points out everyone’s terrible spelling, and then misspells a word

Like this effort from Alabama’s Erin Howard at the National Spelling Bee on Thursday night, who spelt out “apparentement” — while typing on a keyboard that isn’t there.

Unfortunately for Howard, she was eliminated for the word klydonograph, a device that records a surge in electrical voltage. She placed 11th in the competition, according to WHNT. Read more…

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Spelling Bee winning word gets the whole internet Googling what on earth ‘marocain’ is

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You probably didn’t know what marocain was yesterday, but thanks to Thursday night’s nailbiting National Spelling Bee, it’s all over the internet.

Ananya Vinay, a sixth-grader from Fresno, was crowned winner at the 2017 Scripps annual event. After effortlessly dealing with hypapante, gifblaar, and wayzgoose, she finished the night with the winning word: marocain.

She played to win and win she did. Ananya Vinay takes home the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee Champion title and trophy#spellingbee pic.twitter.com/9oRmIOXzyY

— NationalSpellingBee (@ScrippsBee) June 2, 2017

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