An unfortunate undergraduate from the University of Bristol has had her Game of Thrones viewing ruined this week as the TV show now ‘pales in comparison’ to the drama that has been unfolding on Clifton and Stoke Bishop Tickets.
“I used to love a bit of GoT,” explained Chemistry third year and lifelong fantasy fan Beatrice Squilt. “It’s probably the best audiovisual experience currently available on the internet… or so I thought” she hesitated. “I hate to admit it, but I’ve been absolutely glued to Clifton and Stoke Bishop Tickets this week. I can’t stop watching it. People say it’s trash, but I don’t think they’ve actually seen it.”
She continued, “who the fuck needs dragons and drawn out death scenes when you could be watch the fallout of someone get scammed out of 17 quid LIVE?
“Plus, the character development on Clifton and Stoke Bishop tickets is markedly better than Game of Thrones, and the plot definitely has more twists. I don’t know who the writers are, but it feels like they don’t even know what’s going to happen next!”
However, like most thrilling TV, Beatrice is struggling to get away from the screen. “I’ve been on there so much I’ve bought nine tickets in the last two days,” she remarked.
“I can’t even go to the events. I’ve got 5 fourth release tickets to Lakota on the day of my penultimate exam. I’m absolutely hooked.”
Luckily for Beatrice, she’s not alone. Film critic Anna van de Yurt is the first of the Hollywood ‘in crowd’ to pick comment on the increasingly popular drama.
“It’s got everything” she drooled., “strong protagonists, even more captivating antagonists, a supporting cast to die for and most importantly, a fuck tonne of spicy ass memes. I don’t want to speak too soon, but the term ‘modern classic’ springs to mind.”