Before you click on one of the numerous "Game of Thrones" fan theories published this season, you pretty much know once that page loads, you're going to be hit with spoilers like Wun Wun taking arrows at the "Battle of the Bastards."
It's inevitable, but it's your choice.
However, if you receive a text message from a number you don't have in your contacts, and it is really a key "Game of Thrones" spoiler in disguise, well, that's just not fair.
Thanks to Spoiled.io, you -- or one of your sick and twisted friends -- can apparently send a "Game of Thrones" spoiler via text, anonymously, for a mere $.99 per message.
According to its website, Spoiled.io will "ruin Game of Thrones for your friends, automatically."
This is terrible. What kind of evil person would come up with such a devious service?
Reports claim the service will last through season six of "Game of Thrones," which, thankfully, only has one episode left. I don't know if I'd be able to survive if I started receiving spoiler texts after episode two.
Apparently, Spoiled.io was inspired by the story of a woman who took revenge on her cheating ex-boyfriend by sending him "Game of Thrones" spoilers every Monday morning.
I mean, with the deaths of Rickon, Hodor and Osha, haven't "Game of Thrones" fans been through enough this season?