Coulson: I can’t think of a single time when anything alien in human hands ended well.
Skye: Wouldn’t mind getting my human hands on Thor. He’s so dreamy.
Coulson: Sure, he’s handsome but…
May: No, he’s dreamy.
That’s it, I’m moving to London…
Written by: Pretzel
Summary: Surprisingly, it wasn’t Jane who was afraid of thunderstorms.
Thor, the Son of Odin, was afraid of thunderstorms.
It wasn’t something he would readily admit; he was, after all, the God of Thunder. To admit that a lightning flash across the sky and thunder rolling afterwards scared him was impossible.
thank you, thank you so much
It bugs me even more to see people hating on bb India, saing she’s fugly or that she’s Liam’s, that her parents don’t love her etc.
"Loki, don’t cry, it was just a bad dream. You can take my blanket, it will protect you when you’re afraid and I can’t be here with you. Nothing will hurt you little brother, I promise…"
Everyone was beautiful, and everything hurt.
One involving Thor and Jane that actually makes me sad when I watch it.
Under the cut for spoilers.
I totally get how you feel…you don’t even understand. I feel like…
"There is still hope."
Q: Why do you think Thor is so relatable to audiences, considering it’s such a cosmic story?
Chris Hemsworth: He’s in love with a human so there’s instantly a connection with the audience.
Okay, I’ve known hardcore heartbreak before, I remember spending a lot of time with some pretty embarrassing song choices and wallowing in self pity. I know Jane is far more awesome than I am, but I’ll bet if we peaked at her iPod during those two years pining for Thor, there’d be a lot of sad, SAD songs.
Also, I thought it’d be nice to bring Jane’s mum into the mix, so to speak. This is a HUGE chunk of fluff. Just so you know.
Makes me think about…