People Who Don't Watch 'Game Of Thrones' or 'Avengers' Definitely Feel Like They're Missing Out

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It's been a big weekend for quite a few fandoms.

For one thing, Avengers: Endgame is reportedly making audiences cry worldwide.

For another, Game Of Thrones had the "Battle Of Winterfell," which would determine the fate of Westeros against the armies of the dead. Things got intense (especially if your last name was "Stark").

And some people who don't subscribe to these fandoms are suddenly feeling left out.

Some people watched anyway so as to not be left out:

And then there were the people that totally felt okay with not knowing:

And then there were the people whose loneliness was too present to ignore:

But this really translates beyond Twitter:

Some of us really just don't have the patience to tune in for an hour and a half every week.

Did you watch? Or are you part of our left-out party?

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