Game of Thrones is one of the few shows that has the ability to make you feel a smorgasbord of emotions. From sadness, to fear, to excitement, to anger, and maybe even arousal to some people. (No judgment, guys. Whatever floats your boat.) But there were many moments during this season that made us think to ourselves, "Is Jon Snow talking about my life right now? Because that's exactly how I feel!" It might be weird to be able to relate to a show about dragons, murder, and betrayal but sometimes reality can be stranger than fiction, right?
Here are a few moments on the show that felt TOO real for us:
We've all had that mini heartache before haven't we? Tapos nakatira ka sa Marikina at ang meeting sa Makati. Patay!
Then you become even more late because Waze decided that today would be the perfect time to not work properly.
And you decided to skip breakfast because you were already running late but EDSA is once again a parking lot.
And you swear in that moment that you and her were infinite.
So you promise to take the MRT next time but then you encounter your everyday #MRTPROBLEMS.
And you come home to your house looking like you pretended to be a casualty of the Metro Manila Shake Drill.
Sunset party at White House in the afternoon and then Epic at night? Then do it all over again the next day. Your liver must really like you.
But you spend most of your weekends like this anyway. Tumawag na ng Uber yung atay mo, lalayas na raw siya.
Because you got to fight for your right to party! And then you finally get there and...
Seriously bro, don't even bother. People might think you're being possessed by Bran from the future.
When you see the girl you met from the bar come morning and she doesn't look the same as was advertised the night before.
When there's a hot new girl from the HR Department and suddenly everyone has an HR concern.
And you try to let her know that you like her but she's not having any of it.
Maybe try to actually talk to her and not send her a chain text next time?
When you help her out at work so akala mo okay na but she replies next time with "Hu u?"
"Pauwi ka na ba? Pwedeng pakisuyo lang nito?" As if you can say no, right?
And then you're the only one left in the office. On a Friday.
That's why it's called "fastfood" because it's supposed to be fast! So why are you asking us if we're willing to wait for 15 minutes?! Reyna Cersei, oh!
And then you finally get your order but someone says "Uy, ang taba mo na ah!" And you just want to strangle them with spaghetti.
You think she didn't see you but she did. She always does. Why do you never learn?
When you ask her what's wrong and she says "wala nga" but she has murder written in her eyes.
Turns out it's that time of the month for her so you offer her a mountain of chocolate as peace offering and then run for cover.
But really, it's these small victories in life that make her happy.
When your girlfriend asked for your phone saying "titingnan ko lang yung base mo sa Clash of Clans" but she reads your messages instead and finds out your texting the girl from work.
And then this is how she reacts. So you duck for cover and admit to her that you acted like an idiot as she goes all Baron Geisler-mode on you.
Good thing she's more concerned about how swift Taylor was able to move on. But as that famous song goes: "'Cause the players gonna play, play, play, play, play and the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate!"
Now if only Hodor was able to "shake off" those White Walkers, right? Then we didn't have to shed so much tears over a vocabulary-challenged half-giant like Hodor. Yes, we're still not over it and we'll never get over it. Never! But great job on a great sixth season, Game of Thrones! April 2017 can't come soon enough! We all can't wait to see which character you decide to kill off next!