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Apparently Pokemon Go is helping people get through Game of Thrones withdrawal!

Apparently Pokemon Go is helping people get through Game of Thrones withdrawal!

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Game of Thrones is a sensational phenomenon, and after the finale episode of season 6, most of us ardent fans were experiencing serious problems coping with the absence of our favourite show. Now most people require something to distract them from the painful thoughts of the painful end of Game of Thrones, and those distractions come in the form of other television shows, movies, books or in a personal case, excess amount of food. But the mother of all distractions was the recent release of another sensational phenomenon, that of Pokemon Go, the new app that has brought all our Pokemon fantasies to life.

Pokemon Go introduced us to a world full of chaos and random whooping in the middle of the streets upon catching a Charizard, and apparently this has made a lot of people forget about Game of Thrones. All of those who had been busy mourning the loss of Game of Thrones are now seen running around with their phones trying to catch a Pokemon, and twitter went berserk seeing this new development.

Check out the reactions of fans after Pokemon Go was unleashed upon us:

So how deeply wedged is your addiction of Pokemon Go after Game of Thrones season 6 finale?

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Nidhi Goswami I’m a 20-year- old unpopular writer looking to get popular. What I am popular for, however, is being a Fangirl. And if you were to ask me what can be accomplished by being a Fangirl, I’d tell you that sometimes it definitely ‘pays off’. Hit me up for any enquiries about what I Fangirl for, and I shall gladly bestow my knowledge.
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