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'Game Of Thrones' Creators Explain Why They Gave Jon Snow A Small Penis

'Game Of Thrones' Creators Explain Why They Gave Jon Snow A Small Penis


Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

Most people who watch Game of Thrones would agree that Jon Snow is a badass. He bitched and moaned early in the series about being a bastard but he's really come into his own.


After he was murdered during a mutiny at the Wall, he was resurrected by Melisandre. As he comes out to see his mates, wildling leader Tormund Giantsbane tells him he's got a tiny penis. Check out the scene here:

Snow is played by Kit Harrington, who is very easy on the eyes and has luscious hair that most shampoo commercials would kill for.

The show's creators, David Benioff and Daniel Weiss told Esquire: "He just had the look. The brooding intensity; the physical grace; the chip-on-the-shoulder quality that we always associate with extraordinarily short people."

Harrington's co-star, Emelia Clarke, who plays the also-badass Daenerys Targaryen, gushed about him to the same magazine: "There's a consistent drumbeat of taking the piss out of his incredible hair and startling good looks. His hair just takes over everything. My ridiculous handcrafted wig doesn't come close to standing up to his man bun."

But because people swoon over Harrington, Benioff and Weiss decided they needed to cut him down a bit. They said: "There has to be some down side to being Kit Harington, right? It's impossible not to like him. Maddening. The one thing we can do is saddle his character with a tiny pecker."

There's only a few more months before we see Harrington dust off Snow's black fur outfit for the second-to-last series. A full-length trailer dropped recently, showing the seventh instalment will be as crazy as ever.

Credit: HBO/Game of Thrones

It features all of the main cast of the show. It looks like Cersei and Jamie - surrounded on all sides by enemies old and new - are going to be in for a rough time. We get a glimpse of Daenery's invasion; and also see Jon Snow leading the North against the White Walkers.

Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, tweeted this last year: "Just finished reading season seven, shit gets REAL. I'd start preparing yourselves now... scratch that, nothing will prepare you for this... Holy BALLS."

Season seven will feature seven episodes, while season eight will only have six. The next season will kick off on July 16.

Featured Image Credit: HBO/Game of Thrones

Topics: Game of Thrones