Maybe All Cocks Are At The End | Game Of Thrones 7.7

‚Saint George and the Dragon‘ by Paolo Uccello [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Maybe All Cocks Are At The End

Game of Thrones 7.7

The Opening Dialogue between Bronn of the Blackwater & Jamie Lannister in ‚The Dragon and the Wolf‘. Besides that: why are only black guys the cockless? That’s so damn racist!

ScreenShot from ‚The Dragon and the Wolf‘ | Game of Thrones 7.7 / HBO

Bronn

Men without cocks. You wouldn’t find me fighting in an army if I had no cock. What’s left to fight for?

Jaime Lannister

Gold?

Bronn

I spent my life around soldiers. What do you think they spend that gold on?

Jaime Lannister

Family.

Bronn

Not without a cock, you don’t.

Jaime Lannister

Maybe it really is all cocks in the end.

Bronn

Yet, your brother has chosen to side with the cockless.

Jaime Lannister

Yes, he’s always been a champion of the downtrodden.

(Dothraki join the party)

Bronn

I think we’re about to be the downtrodden.

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