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A neighborhood war breeds over Dragon Christmas Decorations

"Aegon Targaryen changed the rules. Therefore, every living child knows his name three hundred years after his death." It was Tywin Lannister's words about the Egon conquerors and his dragons, which forever changed warfare in Westeros. Now, a woman and her dragons threaten to change the world once more, but we are not talking about Daenerys. We are talking about someone who changes the rules for Christmas decorations, and her dragons can also lead to war. Diana Rowland, a writer from Louisiana, had a completely different type of interior for her outdoor Christmas display this year: An incredible setting with two giant inflatable dragons. While many are bound to love it, an anonymous neighbor does not. A real Cersei left a note (incorrectly) saying dragons are not suitable for the holiday and suggested they can represent a satanic cult. (Not quite fair for the Lord of the Lies, but not completely unfair.) Our Dragon Journal display received a fan letter! (And obviously does the "true meaning of Christmas" mean a bad accident?) pic.twitter.com/7NLZKkEW2x &#821 1; Diana Rowland (@Dianarowland) December 15, 2018 Of course, Rowland The only thing she could after receiving such a worried letter – she added more dragons and gave them more a Christmas feeling. An update to yesterday's tweet was the letter I received from an anonymous judgy-mcjudgyface neighbor who did not approve of my dragon show and asked me to consider removing them: I've added more dragons. pic.twitter.com/OxsFQs5yQ1 – Diana Rowland (@dianarowland) December 16, 2018 Everything…

“Aegon Targaryen changed the rules. Therefore, every living child knows his name three hundred years after his death.”

It was Tywin Lannister’s words about the Egon conquerors and his dragons, which forever changed warfare in Westeros. Now, a woman and her dragons threaten to change the world once more, but we are not talking about Daenerys. We are talking about someone who changes the rules for Christmas decorations, and her dragons can also lead to war.

Diana Rowland, a writer from Louisiana, had a completely different type of interior for her outdoor Christmas display this year: An incredible setting with two giant inflatable dragons. While many are bound to love it, an anonymous neighbor does not. A real Cersei left a note (incorrectly) saying dragons are not suitable for the holiday and suggested they can represent a satanic cult. (Not quite fair for the Lord of the Lies, but not completely unfair.)

Of course, Rowland The only thing she could after receiving such a worried letter – she added more dragons and gave them more a Christmas feeling.

Everything about this is amazing (why also George RR Martin retweeted Vice ] history about it), including how many dragons supporters wanted to donate money to Rowland to buy even more decorations. Instead of addressing them on the stupid offer, she asked for donations for actual worthy reasons instead.

Will this escalation lead to a war among neighbors? Perhaps. War seems to follow dragons wherever they go. So who will win? We know who Tywin Lannister should invest in.

Excellent picture: HBO

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