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This Is What Happens When You Ask Arya Stark To Write Your Yearbook Quote

SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 11:  Actress Maisie Williams arrives at the TV Guide Magazine: Fan Favorites panel during Comic-Con Inte
SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 11: Actress Maisie Williams arrives at the TV Guide Magazine: Fan Favorites panel during Comic-Con International 2015 at the San Diego Convention Center on July 11, 2015 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

We have further proof that Maisie Williams, aka Arya Stark, is one of the coolest teen celebs on the planet. 

Back in June, a young fan named Rachael Wood tweeted at the actress, requesting a quote for her yearbook. She provided no specific guidelines, she just said, "...if you tweet me back I'll make whatever you say my quote." 

Williams, being the cool person she is, tweeted back with what could go down in history as one of the best yearbook quotes ever. (Aside from "You rock, don't ever change." Thanks "Lizzie McGuire.")

"Anyone can be killed," is how the "Game of Thrones" actress responded to the odd request. Clearly, she turned to her Stark blood for inspiration. 

The tweet was brought up during the TV Guide Fan Favorites panel at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, CinemaBlend notes. After she explained its origins, Williams was asked who she would add to her kill list, to which she responded: 

"And then when I went into secondary school, I just … I started to hate maths because of my teachers. And I feel like that['s] what it is for a lot of people. It’s like, sometimes you don’t get along with your teachers and you start to hate the subjects. It was just like totally what happened with me. So, I’d kill all three of my math teachers … But I wouldn’t actually kill anyone. No."

So there you have it. Arya Stark hated her math teachers, and Rachael Wood now has the best yearbook quote of all time. Now that's a story for the grandkids. 

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