Who knew that Instagram could be so dark and full of spoilers? When French actor Elie Haddad, who was casted as a Dothraki on the HBO show, posted a photo on his social media account a page from the “Game of Thrones” Season six script, he probably thought the image would be too blurry to make out any details. However, fans of the show were quick to use some photo editing techniques to blow up the image and sharpen it enough to make out some pretty interesting pieces of dialogue.

Haddad tried to do some damage control by deleting the image but it was too late. The Internet remembers and thanks to screenshots, nothing is ever really deleted once set free on social media.

Spoiler warning from here on!

The “Game of Thrones” leak site, Watchers on the Wall provided a translation of the accidentally leaked script from Dothraki into English.

Although no major plot points were involved, the dialogue between some khals on the page are crude and a bit not safe for work – mostly involving Dany's pale white skin and what she might taste like.

It looks as if the Mother of Dragons did not get off to a good start with the khalasar after her capture. However, if we look back to other leaked images and videos from the set, we can be sure that Drogon is very likely coming to his mother's rescue.

But before that happens, we sure would love to see Dany stand up to these Dothraki bullies and show her what she's got without Ser Jorah or any of her loyal followers to back her up.

According to the original plans for “A Song of Ice and Fire” which author George R.R. Martin made available to the public, he originally had Daenerys rally up her army of Dothraki riders not too long after Khal Drogo's death.

In his original vision, she was going to take her army and sail on to take the Iron Throne of Westeros as early as book two. However, the series has obviously expanded much greater than that and perhaps next season we will finally get to see Dany lead a real khalasar into Westeros.

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