The definition Game of Thrones fans came up with for the word "Joffrey" is brilliantly ironic

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Jan 23, 2014

If Game of Thrones were a sitcom, would it be called Everybody Loves Joffrey?

Joffrey is basically the most loathed character in all of George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series. But that doesn't mean that Urban Dictionary gave the word "Joffrey" an obvious definition.

Now, maybe it's because the actor who plays Joffrey,  Jack Gleeson, is actually a super-cool, "I don't need acting, I just need to help heal the world" stand-up guy, or maybe it's because people on the Internet like their irony extra crispy, but the definition currently linked with "Joffrey" is as follows:

A strong and silent guy who is funny and smart. Hates school and being told what to do. Does chin ups like they're nothing and can kick through concrete. Is sweet to girls he likes and smooth to those who he's just gonna bang.

So, you see, Joffrey isn't a weaselly little brat that nobody likes, he's actually a mega awesome bro that all the other bros aspire to bro with and all the lady bros aspire to bro with ... romantically.

Seems legit. Nicely done, Internet.

(via Uproxx)

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