I was planning on having a healthy dinner tonight, but as I was driving home I passed the pizza truck. It’s this pretty nifty mobile pizza kitchen that someone converted from an old firetruck and he sells pizza out the back and it is delicious, but there’s a television bolted to the side of it so people can watch movies and such while waiting in line. As I drove past I noticed that the tv was playing The Avengers, and it was on the part right after the Chitauri arrive and Loki is watching all the chaos from Stark tower, looking all majestic and lovely with his helmet, and long story short I’m having pizza for dinner.
Don’t judge me.
“I-Im the monster who parents tell their children about at night?
You know it all makes sense now why you favord Thor all these years,
because no matter how much you claim to love me!You could never have
a Frost Giant sitting on the throne of Asgard!”
Loki Gif Challenge 2
Because I haven’t done one of these in a while…
She is silent for some time, distracted by imaginings of a sparkling world where none can walk and underwater forests bereft of light. She would be quite content to be left with…
“I have dwelt here all my life and developed an understanding of this world while at the same time becoming cloyed of it; you are an outsider looking on Midgard with fresh eyes free of bias or experience. It is only to be expected that our judgments would differ.” Her tone in delivering this retort is blithe and unruffled, her smile serene to the point where it might be irritating.
Her true feeling is a sort of grim amusement. She finds funny, in an unsettling sort of way, his claim that the only value he sees in her world is the potential plundering of its resources. He seems to have much more in common with human beings than he might care to guess.
“‘Magic that is not magic’…I like that. It’s a pretty phrase. Permit me, though, to disagree with it. The things we make, the machines we build, are no form of magic but instead a compensation for our lack thereof. Technology is a prosthesis built to replace a severed limb.”
Though she has become somewhat nervous and worried by the subject, curiosity presses her on, and she leans forward in interest. “Is Midgard truly the one world you know to have taken such steps? How very odd. I suppose Asgard’s stasis could be the result of the slow rate of age; here on Midgard we have quite the overabundance of new generations to be dissatisfied with the world and so attempt to build it anew. I would guess that an Asgardian such as yourself would see us like rodents; pathetic scurrying things that die so quickly and breed so incessantly that one is nigh indistinguishable from another.”
Tea & Thorazine || Loki/Nuada :: for ThisisSoap :: (by DragonofthePen)