Relationships and dating are both part of the Game of Feels. In the end, we’re hoping to claim something or another. Likewise, when those feelings fall through, it becomes the Game of Exes. After a breakup, a queen like oneself must protect her heart, or throne, with an iron fist. The Game of Exes can consist of bettering yourself and moving on, or smashing their stuff as justice for breaking your heart (I’ve heard metal bats do wonders for TVs and glass novelties). The intensity of the game is your call. Here is a brief look into the Game of Exes as told by Game of Thrones.
When people ask you about your ex
When you run into them months later, and they’re less attractive then you remember
and whether it is, or is isn’t, you pretend life is fabulous
When they call or text you to “catch up”
But you decide to be civil and hear what they have to say
Only for it to be nothing but BS
Especially when they tell you they still have feelings for you.
When then they find out you rebounded with their BFF
and the bad blood between you two was already real
When you’re at a get-together, and he shows up with his new bae
and she tries to act like your new BFF
So although the game is grueling
and may make you want to lose your shit sometimes
Just continue ruling with your classy iron fist and heart for future baes to come
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