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Hot Pie is so-called because he was a baker's apprentice. Not "because he is fat". No article on this wiki has a "Trivia" section. Other character articles do have "Notes" sections.http://gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/Hot_Pie?action=edit&undoafter=120440&undo=128307 --The Dragon Demands (talk) 02:49, April 21, 2014 (UTC)
Lady the DirewolfEdit
"Sansa probably named her direwolf Lady' for Sansa lady-like."
Okay, first, you're making a complete assumption that she named her wolf "Lady" because the wolf is lady-like. Or this could have gone in the bio section.
Excuse me sir! Why are deleting my posts how would you like it for me to delete yours!
Samuel Stark (talk) 02:55, April 21, 2014 (UTC) Samuel Stark
Hello. I am an Administrator for this Wiki.
I deleted your comment about Hot Pie because it was unsourced (and actually wrong), and I deleted your comment about Lady because it was unsourced and grammatically incoherent.