Freshers Week: a tricky cauldron of social anxiety, cheap vodka and repressed homesickness. Now imagine facing it as an instantly recognisable cast member of the biggest TV show in the world.
Game Of Thrones actor Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays Bran Stark the spaced out cripple, has to endure precisely that during his induction to student life at University of Birmingham where he enrolled last week to study maths.
What can he expect? All of the following. Probably.
1 | His new 'friends' stealing his phone to text Emilia Clarke.
2 | Everyone at the club asking him into use his raven vision to find out where the after party is.
3 | Endless cries of "HOLD THE DOOR!" whenever he leaves a lecture theatre.
4 | Being forced to confess who ends up on the Iron Throne as part of a bruising hockey initiation.
5 | People muttering "winter is coming" every time he puts his coat on.
6 | Every member of Drama Soc casually enquiring whether they're still casting season 8.
7 | Yells of "careful" every time he sits near a window.
8 | Older kids coming up to him outside the library asking if he's got any of that 'sweet three-eyed raven weed'.
9 | A heartfelt 3am conversation with a girl he likes in which he insists he's just a normal guy, the show doesn't define him and besides - it isn't that great anyway.
10 | Seeing that conversation has gone viral and been reported by every news site in the land the following morning.
Good luck, Bran!