Just in time for the finale of Game of Thrones season six on Sunday, here's news of an app called Spoiled.io that will accost your enemies, people you used to love, your least favorite uncle, or whoever else you wish to destroy with spoilers right after the new episode airs.
Do your friends love Game of Thrones, but watch it after it airs? Are you a terrible friend? Great!
That's how the app introduces itself on its website, and it's as heartless as season one Jaime Lannister. If this sounds familiar, its because Spoiled says their service is inspired by the woman who used GoT spoilers to ruin her cheating ex-boyfriend's life.
For just $0.99 USD, Spoiled will anonymously and ruthlessly text spoilers to your unsuspecting friends after each new episode airs. Afterwards, sit back, relax, and follow Spoiled on Twitter to see how your friends react.
Apparently, Spoiled.io expects your victims to Tweet at them how much they hate their company.
Sometimes the victims do tweet at the service and share their fury, but if you want to see that anger up close, your best bet is to rub it in their face as soon as possible. Say something like "Hey, did you get some weird Thrones text Sunday night? Just wondering."
Mostly, the app just makes people as confused as Bran was when he first dreamed about the three-eyed raven.
And sometimes people already watched the episode, so they just make a new friend, who happens to be a bot, so it's kind of a prank anyway.
Either way, here's more reason to watch Game of Thrones live. If the internet doesn't ruin it for you the next day, Spoiled might—depending on how close your friends resemble Littlefinger.