It was always going to happen.
If you've watched the final 'Game of Thrones' episode, you'll have noticed Brienne completing Jaime Lannister's entry in The White Book/The Book of Brothers, which is a record of all the men who served in the Kingsguard.
As the new Lord Commander of the Kingsguard, it was her duty to keep the document updated, as she writes a rather touching (but arguably, not quite accurate) conclusion to Jaime's story, recording that he 'died protecting his queen'.
Now, however, because the Internet is the Internet, the scene has been turned into a meme and there are some pretty great takes on Brienne's penmanship. Not least the 'Mean Girls', 'Jersey Shore' and 'Sex and the City' references:
— liz (@octannibalblake) May 20, 2019
— ᴘʜᴀɴᴛᴀsᴍs (@PhantasmsFX) May 20, 2019
"and i couldn't help but wonder, maybe this game of thrones was no game after all" pic.twitter.com/vXWcWYrBKS
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) May 20, 2019
— Homo Honey (@DixPeyton) May 20, 2019
I can't stop making Brienne writing memes pic.twitter.com/FkoZW3Exdl
— Charlotte Wilder (@TheWilderThings) May 20, 2019
— cory (@coryiams) May 20, 2019
— Jo🇫🇷 (@JordanLeRou) May 20, 2019
brienne after jaime dies: pic.twitter.com/jKLavzY73m
— helen (@helen) May 20, 2019
Brienne spending her last scene editing Jaime's wikipedia page is a robbery
— ser wikipedia brown of the free north (@eveewing) May 20, 2019
can’t believe brienne of tarth became.....a blogger
— Aaron Edwards (@aaronmedwards) May 20, 2019
When Brienne turned the page without letting the ink dry first
— Angelica (@asgarciaa) May 21, 2019
BRIENNE WASTED HER LAST MINUTE WRITING A TINDER BIO FOR A FUQ BOY MY GAWD
— Amy Aniobi (@janiobi) May 20, 2019