Fun fact in Norse mythology Loki is Odin's adopted brother rather than Thor's, and Hela is one of the three monstrous children of Loki the other two being Fenrir the giant wolf and jormungandr
@InsaneWorm, yep cause Loki a freak in the sheets.
@InsaneWorm, And Odin rides on Loki’s other child, Sleipnir the eight legged horse that Loki has because he turned to horse form and seduced a wall builder’s steed so he’d fail a challenge and the gods didn’t have to pay him for the wall.
@Weird Porn Stash, I also find it funny how if the gods had not dicked over Fenrir things like Ragnarok could have gone differently
@InsaneWorm, I've got a raging Viking boner right now
@InsaneWorm, ain't mythos fun!
@InsaneWorm, when you say dicked over do you mean literally or metaphorically? It’s the gods so you gotta be specific 😉
@Rowule, Lol metaphorically, Fenrir the giant wolf was friends with the God's but Odin had a vision of being devoured by him during Ragnarok so he tricked him and had him tied down by some magic string created by the dwarfs, Fenrir even said had they not betrayed him he would have forever been a friend of the God's but now all he wants is to kill Odin
@InsaneWorm, I also freaking love norse mythology.
@InsaneWorm, check out the timesuck podcast it has a great episode on Norse mythology. HAIL NIMROD!
@InsaneWorm, self fulfilling prophecys the best. like its gonna happen eventually why are you trying to prevent it
The only meal I’d give hela is a protein shake
Wednesday is named after Odin and Thursday after Thor. Look it up
@dj evolve fan club,Sun day, Moon day, Tyr's day, Odin's day, Thor's day, Freyr's day, and Augerslauger, or bathing day, which hints at the fact that Vikings bathed at least once a week, meaning they were far from the unclean savages some people depict them to be. Also they never had horns on their helmets.
Haha, like he'd feed Hela