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Ruin Your Friends Life by Spoiling ‘Game of Thrones’ Weekly for Only .99 Cents

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If you are like many of us then you are eagerly anticipating the final conclusion to Game of Thrones. For many it’s the highlight of the year and the anticipation and build up to this has quite a ride. Well for only 99 cents you can now pretty much ruin someones life by having them receive texts that tell them what happens each episode of Game of Thrones.

The service is called Spoiled.io and it is probably the most malicious thing that the internet has created in a while. The service was inspired by a woman who texted her cheating boyfriend every Monday and spoiled Game of Thrones for him. Do you have an unfaithful ex? Maybe this would be one of those great goodnight texts for her. How the Service works is that it is .99 cents per episode with the bundle costing $4.99. You are able to see the responses to the spoils and enjoy the results of your hideous deed.

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If you know that you may be a target for this you might want to just go into a social media/text hibernation period because there is no escaping a random text. When you get a message not only will your phone chime but most likely when you go to look at it the message will be there on your front screen in preview mode, with just enough information to ruin the episode. It really only takes a second to read and by the time you realize it will be too late and the message will be burned into your brain.

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Game of Thrones airs April 14th for its Eighth and Final Season.

What do you think of this service? Would you use it? Tell us in the comments!

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