'Game of Thrones' Latest Season 4 Memes [PHOTOS, VIDEO]

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By Daniel Joseph Cruz | May 8, 2014 5:12 PM EST

Even before the premiere of "Game of Thrones" Season 4, there had been a lot of GOT memes and spoilers out in the internet. More GOT-related pictures surfaced social media news feeds when GOT's newest season aired. The number of "Thrones" memes prove how such a big hit the show has gotten. 

It's as if GOT fans never run out of ideas creating weekly memes that never fail to crack up everybody. Every new episode, you can expect your social newsfeeds filled with "Thrones" pictures, spoilers and funny memes. And after every new episode, with fans seemingly too excited to be quelled, more memes come out from scenes for the coming week's episode.

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A dragon statue stands on a red carpet in preparation for the season four premiere of the HBO series "Game of Thrones" in New York in this March 18, 2014, file photo. The HBO fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" has been renewed for two more seasons, the premium cable network said on April 8, 2014, two days after the show's season four premiere drew the network's biggest audience in seven years.

There are numerous websites, blogs, and pages out there that cater to this entertaining trend of memes.

One of the many pages dedicated to the Game of Thrones fandom, be it about the books or the  T.V. show, is "Everything Game Of Thrones" Facebook fan page. "EGOT" posts news, videos, updates, and more - especially hilarious memes. The page has many fans contribute fresh updates about the show enabling more viewers and readers of Game of Thrones get first dibs on everything.

Click the links below for some funny pictures, and videos about Game of Thrones.

Click here to visit Everything Game Of Thrones' official Facebook fan page.

Also, check one recent funny post about GOT's latest episode "First of His Name" created by Bill Bradley of Huffington Post.

In "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" even "KFC" used one of "The Hound's" previous scenes for a creative promotional marketing campaign. Watch the video below.


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A dragon statue stands on a red carpet in preparation for the season four premiere of the HBO series "Game of Thrones" in New York in this March 18, 2014, file photo. The HBO fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" has been renewed for two more seasons, the premium cable network said on April 8, 2014, two days after the show's season four premiere drew the network's biggest audience in seven years.
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