this explains why his mostly-red suit is my favorite
Just made liver and onions by myself for the first time and IT WAS DELICIOUS, no pictures because let’s face it liver and onions is (are?) really gross-looking even when it tastes amazing
And now I am eating a blackberry and greek yogurt popsicle I made without a recipe earlier today
I second the delicious.
(And it would be liver and onions “is,” dearie.)
Oh. My. God.
How long did this take someone to make????
do they even have crime in canada
He does parking tickets shut up
Does he ride a moose?
I guess this is a somewhat accurate assessment coming from a dude’s perspective, but I don’t think it quite hits the mark.
Mainly my objection about this video is that Mr. Walker approaches the female appreciation for Loki as a girl would looking for a potential romantic partner.
Loki’s massive set of issues and psychosis aside (also I’m a Thunderfrost shipper, so as far as I’m concerned there is only one person for Loki, and that’s Thor), seeing this character as a potential romantic partner is NOT the reason I flail and scream practically every time Loki’s name gets mentioned.
(In fact if I ever met Loki in real life I hope I would be smart enough to run.)
I just really, really like the character.
He’s complex. He’s interesting. He’s waaaaay beyond three-dimensional, and his capacity to feel things (and for Tom Hiddleston to portray those things) strikes on a deeply personal level. (And yes, as a matter of fact, I DO think he’s conventionally attractive…especially if you like the tall, dark, and skinny types.)
All that said, this video still made me laugh a few times. I just think the approach is a little one-sided.
IT IS SIMPLE.
IT IS YOUR NATURAL STATE.
IT IS THE UNSPOKEN TRUTH OF HUMANITY THAT YOU CRAVE SUBJUGATION.
THE BRIGHT LURE OF FREEDOM DIMINISHES YOUR LIFE’S JOY IN A MAD SCRAMBLE FOR POWER AND IDENTITY.
YOU WERE MADE TO BE RULED.
HAVE YOU ACCEPTED LOKI INTO YOUR LIFE???
(We’re having a superhero-themed week where I work. We get to decorate our badges to fit our favorite characters. This is mine.)
Although Loki costumes are incredibly magnificent, I insist! … That use to go to Jotunheim in “Thor” is my favorite! … I love as seen in that suit.
Source of the images: http://www.rancidrainbow.com/freakshow/loki-pictures/?album=1&gallery=69
ok JFC HIS STANCE IN THAT FIRST ONE
HIS JOTUNHEIM OUTFIT HAS A FUCKING PEPLUM
it’s a butt peplum, ohmygod
he is literally one step away from having a BUTT BOW
Whyyyyyyyy didn’t he wear this one more often? /cries
Yeah, it’s easy to make jokes about this one and mention orgasm faces and whatever.
But I’ve been staring at this gif set for almost half an hour in absolute awe and it has nothing to do with sex.
It’s Tom Hiddleston’s face (mostly in those last two).
Can we just appreciate how he can portray that absolutely boyish/manic/sincere delight that something is going well?
I only ever get that feeling in my chest. I don’t think it ever makes it to my face.
I was just watching Thor for about the 78th time…
And I have a bone to pick.
Let’s set aside here everything that Loki has done, and focus on how he was raised. People probably think “So, Odin didn’t tell Loki he was adopted. So what? That happens”. But think about this…Odin kept Loki’s true parentage from him his whole life, all the while raising him to believe that the frost giants were evil monsters. Odin knew Loki was a frost giant. He knew that was in his blood. And still he drilled into Loki that they were disgusting, vile, evil monsters who deserved to be overthrown.
Odin also raised him with the notion that he would be a king someday. When Odin said that, he never meant the King of Asgard…he meant the King of Jotunheim. Using Loki as pretty much nothing more than a bargaining chip for their games. Instilling the beliefs of Asgard into Loki, so when Odin felt it was time, he could push Loki into Jotunheim, ruling it under the belief system of Asgard.
Which means that Odin knew eventually he would have to tell Loki who he really was. There was no way he could put Loki in Jotunheim without Loki discovering he too was a frost giant. So Odin took this child…this innocent child…and brainwashed him into believing horrible horrible things about a race of beings, full well knowing that eventually Loki would learn he was bred from that race of beings.
I mean…what did Odin really think was going to happen? I don’t know if I truly buy Odin’s whole “I love both my sons as equals.” I personally think that is a crock of shit.
Odin enforced beliefs into Loki that in turn made Loki racist against himself. Beliefs imbedded so deeply that Loki went as far as to attempt to destroy his entire own race…which still meant absolutely nothing to everyone around him. So Loki was punished and nearly exiled all for doing something that he was was raised to believe was right. No matter how hard he tried to gain respect by doing what he was taught, he was still emotionally neglected. A failure. And Odin, who could have truly reached out to Loki at his breaking point, instead decided to show disdain and contempt.
So why were Thor and Odin(or anyone) so surprised when Loki covered up his feelings of self resentment and diminished worth with malicious and desperate behavior? His whole life Loki had been told the frost giants were heinous, inferior monsters. So based upon the beliefs that Odin enforced into Loki’s mind that too meant he was a heinous, inferior monster.
So yes, Odin, why didn’t you tell Loki from the beginning? Because it sure as fuck wasn’t to protect him…
*This is all just my personal opinion, and everyone has a different take on the actions of each character. Which I respectfully accept*
Everyone talks about how much Odin failed Loki in his A+ Parenting techniques. Not arguing that. But let’s not forget Odin failed Thor as well.
Thor was not ready to be king. Loki knew this. That’s why he let the frost giants in. So despite Odin choosing Thor to inherit the throne at the beginning of the Thor movie, a great deal has been left out of Thor’s education…whether due to Odin’s oversight or Thor’s lack of experience.
Either way, THOR WAS NOT READY. He was too eager to fight in a time where there’s been nothing but peace.
BUT ODIN CHOSE HIM TO SUCCEED ANYWAY.
It’s like deliberately setting Thor up to fail.
IF YOU’RE EVER SAD
SAY ‘TEEHEE’ IN A REALLY DEEP, MANLY VOICE.
OH MY GOD
The silliest things may save lives. I owe this particular silly post a lot. Seriously, try it.
They do this in the Avengers Rifftrack when Hulk is stalking Black Widow through the helicarrier.
“HULK SNEAK. TEEHEE.”