Don't Ask George R. R. Martin To Grant Your Christmas Wishes

When making a list of all the stuff you want for Christmas, be careful what you wish for, especially if you express those wishes to George R. R. Martin, author of the blood soaked epic fantasy series Game Of Thrones and a man who's commonly mistaken for Santa Claus.

If you run into Mr. Martin you shouldn’t tell him anything, because George tends to take things way too far. George’s idea of helping generally involves dismemberment, murder and treachery, so whatever you do don’t let him in your house!

He's not Santa Claus, and he will bring you nothing but regret, that is if you believe this comic strip by Anna-Maria Jung and Andrew Bridgman. Have a bloody good Christmas everyone!

Via Dorkly


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He should take Robertson Davies' advice. When people would ask him if he was Santa Claus (who he did resemble quite a bit in his later years), he would either answer:
"No, I am the musical member of the family, Sonata Claus" or
"No, I am his brother, Sharp Claws. Are you Simple Simon?" (or Mother Goose, depending on the gender of the questioner)
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