We thought of starting a blog on love. And everyone loves Game of Thrones. Season 4 came to a fantastic end last week and has left all of us with a void in our lives for a whole year. But, hey! Why miss something when it is right next to you. Here’s why GoT is eerily similar to an IT company:
Daenerys Targaryen is undergoing on-the-job training in Meereen to gather work-ex before moving to onsite.
“I will do what queens do. I will code.”
Jon Snow is the only guy who does actual work but never gets credit for it.
“She said I know nothing. Look who’s still alive.”
Ramsay Snow lied his way to completing project, got A rating in appraisal and promotion.
“Sir, thodi increment ki bhi baat ho jaati toh…”
Stannis Baratheon is the team-lead who keeps getting manipulated by his hot reportee.
“Yes. Yes. You can take an off tomorrow. Your teammate will take care of it.”
Theon Greyjoy is the guy stuck in the company for so long that he has given up all hope.
“I don’t have the ‘balls’ to escape.”
Ser Jorah Mormont is the perpetually friendzoned guy who has lost the little hopes he had after being fired for failing background verification check.
“Go get friendzoned in other cities!”
Tyrion Lannister is the guy who takes revenge against everyone when he knows he’s about to run away for MBA.
“All my life you’ve wanted me dead. It’s payback time.”
Oberyn Martell was the lateral recruit who had potential but the work pressure blew his mind
“We will need a wiper of Dorne to clean up the Viper of Dorne!”