Check out this gingerbread version of the hotly-contested Iron Throne. It was built by a group of friends who promised not to fight over it and cut each others heads off doing it. Have you ever seen so many tiny gingerbread swords in your life?
While swords are the weapon of choice on Game of Thrones, there’s another item that could be just as deadly – and more fun on the weekends – the good old golf club. With this in mind, the guys over at Direct Golf put together this awesome take on the Iron Throne, made from golf irons and a few drivers.
Check this out; it’s an iPhone case that looks sort of like the iron throne from Game of Thrones. Look at all them pokies on it. I can only imagine this would be a literal pain in the ass if you tried to put it in a pocket.
Sadly, this pair of high heels by designer Nixxi Rose is not for sale, so the only way to get a pair is if you pay the iron price. However, if you really want to walk on these Thrones, you can make your own.
The Iron Throne in Westeros is not supposed to be comfortable. Those swords that jab you when you sit in it keep you alert, therefore alive for another day. But who wants to poked and prodded by their own throne?
You don’t have to go to war against other houses to sit on the Iron Throne of Westeros. Try a more peaceful, less bloodsoaked approach. You can make any chair the Iron Throne with this handy portable version.
The Iron Throne. It is what everyone is fighting over, even though it is the least comfortable chair in all of Westeros. Well, if you are tired of not having one for your very own and are sick of waiting in line for the chance to sit on one at comic cons, you can build your own.
The iron throne is made up of many many sharp swords, but what would a throne look like in a nerd kingdom? Well, it would probably look something like this Throne of Nerds, covered with keyboards everywhere.
Everyone in Westeros is fighting over the Iron Throne, which is kind of funny, since it looks like a very uncomfortable chair. Of course, the whole point is that he who sits on it should never do so comfortably.