06 Febrero 2017 12:47
Jason Momoa can't help traumatizing people. We're sure he doesn't mean to. We're sure that on the inside he's as delightful as he is on the outside. And on the outside he's as delightful as a basketful of puppies beneath a rainbow.
But the truth is, he traumatizes people. First, he let himself get killed off in Game of Thrones, ruining our lives and putting paid to all our fantasies. And now it's his bodyguards' turn to feel wretched: they must feel about as intimidating as a pair of garden gnomes beside him.
Here you can see Momoa hurling some axes.
This photo – the perfect graphic representation of the expression 'comparisons are odious' – didn't take long to go viral on social media. Twitter users, in particular, have been having a good giggle.
Being Jason Momoa's bodyguard must be an emasculating experience. pic.twitter.com/YedfM8bKkW
— John Fitzpatrick (@j_c_fitz) January 31, 2017
So many questions. Why does Jason Momoa need bodyguards? Shouldn't the body guards be at least as large as Jason Momoa? https://t.co/31xb6TAs1t
— MeTweet (@MeTweetGrizz) January 28, 2017
Who's the bodyguard? pic.twitter.com/R0TOx4QHu1
— Dylan (@DylansFreshTake) February 1, 2017
They look like snacks he brought for the plane.....o.o https://t.co/aXQo8jpQF8
— Impeach the ? (@NickiColey) January 28, 2017
"Mr. Momoa?" "Ah, yes, I must be your new bodyguard." "Actually, sir, we're your-" "Don't worry, I'll keep you two safe." pic.twitter.com/JzKPMR5M9i
— Jordan Newbrary (@Grizzly_Berry) January 28, 2017
one day i wanna be so jacked that my professional bodyguards look like minibosses you have to beat before you can fight me pic.twitter.com/K4B8rFaeLD
— Conor (@IcecreamGenius) January 27, 2017
Jason Momoa's poor bodyguards must feel as superfluous as Voldemort's hairdresser.