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If popular websites were Game of Thrones houses

It's something you've literally never wondered. Never cared about. Never spared a thought for. Yet here you are, clambering and climbing, desperate to catch a glimpse of the internet's latest offering: popular websites reimagined as Game of Thrones houses. 

The good people of College Humor have created some unnecessarily beautiful crests and mottos to illustrate the whole affair. 

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