I'm used to it and, after working as a nursery nurse for some years, I learned to tune stuff out a long time ago. I listen to the boys in the car only to a point, but when it starts getting too thick, I tune it out and let them at it. Jim cracks up at how they go at it, truthfully stating that the could go on for hours -- and they've done it many a time.
So here was yesterday's tete-a-tete on Facebook.
Thomas to Seth: tell your father im here and tell him the lannisters aren't the only ones who pay their debts. Tell me you didn't get hella chills from that.
My friend Sally: What's a lannister?
Seth: So gud. Also got chills at "if you're looking for justic, you came to the wrong place." since I know what it's in ressponse to. Also, EVERY SCENE WITH OBERYN especially the one where he's fighting mr big man.
Thomas: i'm unfathomable levels of excited for "if you die before you say her name, ser, I will hunt you through all seven hells."
Seth: And also the opening bit with "some dead man." Also that bit with the dude that killed Jeor, leaving the baby in the woods (sacrificing it to an Other) is pretty....interesting.
Jim: WTH game or movie is this from?
Chris: It was so GOOD.
Me: Game of Thrones is my guess.
Chris: Game of Awesome Thrones.
Me: I knew it. Only Game of Thrones can bring out this level of nerd.
I have NO idea what any of this means. I do know that Seth is practically giddy over the return of the show, and apparently Thomas and Chris are too, to the point that punctuation and spelling obviously become optional where Game of Thrones is involved.
You may now return to your regularly scheduled programming.