Master of Grammar
MASTER OF GRAMMAR
While the finale of the Game of Thrones left many fans feeling upset and disappointed, there is one thing that we can all agree on: Ser Davos being dubbed “Master of Grammar” by Bronn was pure magic!
As writers who are frequently accused of being “grammar police,” we found this title to be perfectly fitting. And, it turns out we are not the only ones.
Ever since the airing of that final GOT episode, people all over social media have been talking about the “Master of Grammar.”
From hysterical memes like these:
With millions of Facebook and Twitter posts, the internet was ablaze with talk about this new term.
This article from Huffpost.com describes that now-famous scene, and highlights some of the best responses from fans on Twitter, who also had a great appreciation for the term “Master of Grammar.”
But, perhaps the most telling of the term’s popularity, is the fact that Amazon has hopped on the “Master of Grammar” train, and has been cashing in on the term with the sale of T-shirts.
These shirts are available in Men’s, Women’s, and Children’s sizes, and come in 10 different colors. – Perfect for the Masters of Grammar in your lives! (And, dare we say, these would make GREAT TWFH uniforms!)
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