Tyrion Lannister: When I was a child, an uncle asked what gift I wanted for my name day. I begged him for one of you. “It wouldn’t even have to be a big dragon,” I told him. “It could be little like me.” Everyone laughed like it was the funniest thing they had ever heard. Then my father told me the last dragon had died a century ago. I cried myself to sleep that night. But here you are. (Tyrion removes the chains from the dragons and is leaving, at the way out he speaks to Varys:) Next time I have an idea like that, punch me in the face.
From Game of Thrones – Season 6 Episode 2: ‘Home’ (6×02)