There's a new text service that sends Game of Thrones spoilers to people you hate

There's a new text service that sends Game of Thrones spoilers to people you hate

For those that aren't quite satisfied with ending things on good terms.

For those truly wanting to be the devil itself, a new, Reddit-inspired text message service will send people spoilers from the latest episode of Game of Thrones as it streams live in the US. The idea came from Reddit (which seems to source way too many bad ideas these days), where a girl came up with the brilliant/evil plan of sending Game of Thrones spoilers to her ex-boyfriend as revenge for cheating. The service, fittingly titled Spoiled, sends key Game of Thrones plot twists to the number of your choice, whilst the episode airs in the US. The anonymous service costs about $1.30AUD per spoiler, with the service now even able to send texts internationally to those whose lives you want to ruin when they’re abroad. With only the finale remaining (which is set to be absolutely mammoth, by the way), this is a huge opportunity to inflict maximum damage on your victims for a cheap, cheap price. Check it out HERE.

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