After seeing more than two million references to the show in profiles, OkCupid created a new Game of Thrones badge (which we learned about at Mashable), which automatically gets added to a user’s profile if they answer “yes” to whether or not they watch the show. It’s an easy way for fans to find someone they can discuss the final season with, instead of learning on an awkward first date they “don’t know what a Tyrion is.”
Find someone to trade Game of Thrones theories with before the series finale with our brand new Game of Thrones profile badge.
— OkCupid (@okcupid) March 27, 2019
The dating app also added other question about the show for users to answer, and it produced data maesters will be pondering for years, like how “OkCupid members who say Brienne and Tormund are their #relationshipgoals are more likely to be proactive in challenging traditional gender roles than those who say Jon Snow and Ygritte.” Also, the free-dating app found women are more likely to name Khal Drogo and Daenerys as their ideal relationship, while men are more likely to name Jon and Ygritte.
A majority of users think Hodor’s death “hurt the most” (women 38%, men 33%), followed by the Red Wedding (28%, 27%), and just about everyone agrees they want to see Jon and Daenerys win (women 83%, men 73%). More people want to see the Night King win (3%, 7%) than they do the Lannisters (2%, 1%).
.@OkCupid now let’s you match with people who also love your favourite TV show. Especially if that show involves dragons, wolves and royals! Download OkCupid to match on what matters #ad pic.twitter.com/XCzYZVw3od
— Kristian Nairn (@KristianNairn) March 27, 2019
Some of that may not sound relevant to dating, but imagine you’re the type of person who wants to see the dead defeat the living, and you end up on a date with some monster who would rather see Cersei Lannister prevail! What kind of long term relationship could survive something like that?
That’s how red and purple weddings happen, and no one loves to see that.
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