Monday Blues are no longer relevant ever since Game of Thrones season 8 went on air. The finale season of the popular fiction TV series premieres on HBO at 6:30 am every Monday, which makes everyone wake up early in the morning. However, those who have their early morning schools or offices are not able to watch the show on time. Grapping such situation, a Pakistani girl who calls herself Arya Stark demands the Pakistan government to declare Monday a holiday so that she and other GoT fans can watch the show with ease. She penned an open letter to Pakistani Daily Dawn.
Her letter reads, "I cannot believe we are already half way through the last season of Game of Thrones. All those characters - Arya, Sansa, Jon Snow, the Lannisters - finally will meet their end. Or kill the Night King. I wish we could easily watch shows like Game of Thrones on TV - in order to watch an episode on Monday morning I have to stay up all night on Sunday... or wake up at 5am.
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"The storyline and cinematography of the show are great. The show itself is based on George RR Martin's best-selling book series called A Song of Ice and Fire. It is a story about two powerful families, kings, queens, knights, rebels, witches, liars and honest men - playing a deadly game for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Sometimes when I watch the show, I feel it reflects what is happening in politics today as well.
This letter in Dawn today is a MOOD: “I would like to request the government and bosses to declare the next three Mondays as federal holidays so everyone can watch #GameofThrones in peace...” pic.twitter.com/Urse05EwVg— Sanam Maher (@SanamMKhi) April 30, 2019
"I would like to request the government and bosses to declare the next three Mondays as federal holidays so everyone can watch the show in peace - who knows who will survive."
The letter has already been circulated on the social media and even the Indian fans are lauding the 'Girl who has no name' for her initiative which may never come true, full marks for efforts though!
Sharing that letter, people are demanding their respective employers to declare Monday a holiday. Well, that doesn't seems to be happening anytime soon, but the letter is entertaining enough.