Following the clash of social media users who have and are watching Game of Thrones with those who have not, now that the series is back for its final season, one Twitter user joined in on the fun by mocking the discourse with a Philippine drama.
Netizen AC Mondragon posted on April 16 on his Twitter account:
“‘I watch game of thrones’
‘uhhh… me I watch goldilocks!’
“I watch game of thrones”
“uhhh… me I watch goldilocks!”
— AC Mondragon (@ItsACsLife) April 16, 2019
His joke went viral with 23 thousand likes and three thousand retweets online.
“(I) (love) this. THIS IS GOLD–” replied one netizen with a pun of her own.
i luv this. THIS IS GOLD–
— The Girl Has No Name (@_heydeej) April 16, 2019
“Kandadong Ginto,” corrected a Twitter user regarding Mondragon’s post.
— Crispy Noodles (@karllegaspiii) April 16, 2019
“Mondragon vs. Mother of Dragons,” wittily replied another Netizen, referencing a character from the hit HBO fantasy drama.
mondragon vs. mother of dragons
— Phlegmatic☝ (@clnyvnngtrrz_) April 16, 2019
“Dahil sayo mamang, nag uumpisa na akong manood ng kadenang ginto at di ako nagsisi,” claimed another social media user.
Kadenang Ginto is a 2018 Philippine drama television series starring Francine Diaz, Andrea Brillantes, Beauty Gonzalez, Albert Martinez, Dimples Romana and Adrian Alandy.
It tells a story of familial bond that was once so precious but slowly becoming an unbreakable chain of deception and cruel desires.
The series premiered on ABS-CBN’s Kapamilya Gold afternoon block and worldwide via The Filipino Channel on October 8, 2018, replacing Asintado.
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Two of the world’s greatest boxer today are set to meet inside the ring on May 2 at the MGM Grand to finally make their fists decide who’s the number one pound-for-pound boxer today and possibly the best boxer of all time.
HBO invited five boxing legends who have a few things in common, they have all fought against either Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. before. The segment entitled “The Legends Speak” focused on sharing their opinions and fearless forecasts on who they think will come out victorious when Pacquiao and Mayweather spark mayhem inside the ring.
Boxing analyst Jim Lampley had some interesting discussions with Oscar Dela Hoya and Shane Mosley who were both beaten into a pulp by Mayweather and Pacquiao on different occasions. Miguel Cotto, Ricky Hatton and Juan Manuel Marquez were also featured in the said documentary.
To make it more thought-provoking, another boxing analyst Max Kellerman also invited three boxing legends and former world class champions: Lennox Lewis, Bernard Hopkins and George Foreman.
Who do you think will win the fight? The answer will be revealed in a few days so let us look forward to one of the most anticipated event in the sports world this year.
When Robert Durst, a 71-year-old son of a real estate aristocrat, was chosen to be the subject of HBO’s documentary “The Jinx”, he didn’t expect getting arrested for criminal charges he was acquitted of several years ago.
Durst was previously tagged in a series of crimes including the mysterious disappearance of his wife and medical student Kathleen McCormack in 1982, the murder of friend Susan Berman in 2000, and the death of neighbour Morris Black. Although he was acquitted for the killing of Black based on self-defense, he was never charged in connection with his wife’s disappearance and Berman’s murder.
So how exactly did Durst accidentally confess the “truth”?
While filming for the 6-part documentary, Durst was heard mumbling to himself in the restroom “What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course.” His off-cam confession was apparently caught by the microphone he forgot to turn off.
The tycoon was arrested at a Marriott hotel in New Orleans on Saturday night, a day before the final episode of the HBO series was aired on television.
Currently charged with one count of first -degree murder, Durst may face death penalty once allegations against him are proven true.
Dick DeGuerin, Durst’s lawyer claimed that his client is not responsible for the murder of Berman.
“Bob Durst didn’t kill Susan Berman–he’s ready to end all the rumor and speculation and have a trial but we’re frustrated because the local authorities are considering filing charges on him here and holding him here.”
A New York Post report revealed that Durst has been estranged with his family for years. In fact, several members of his family have restraining orders against him. Recently, his brother Douglas announced that he is “relieved and grateful” that his brother will finally be held responsible for “all he has done”.