23 Game of Thrones' Characters as Chinese Street Vendors Are Hilarious

By Matthew Bossons, August 17, 2017

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Prepare yourself for the best thing you’ll see on the internet this week: your favorite Game of Thrones characters reimagined as everyday Chinese roadside food vendors and salespeople.

The images originally popped up on WeChat Moments a few days ago, and were published as a photo roundup by sinosplice.com on August 15. 

Created by Weibo user 青红造了个白, the images below, including one with the Night King appropriately selling ice cream, are sure to get a chuckle from the show’s Middle Kingdom fans.

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Sir Davos Seaworth at your sew-vice

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Dunno if this is what the ‘Lord of Light’ had in mind for Melisandre...

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They should have made the Night King a chengguan 

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Just your average conniving fortune teller

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“That’s what I do: I carry stuff and I know things”

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Breaker of Chains, Mother of Dragons and the happiest roadside chef you have ever seen

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"First lesson, stick 'em with the pointy end"

For more hilarious sino-focused Photoshopped images, check out 青红造了个白 on Weibo.

[Images via Weibo]

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