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deal-is-our-always:

stardustandstrawberries:

consultingcupcake:

fostertheory:

consultingcupcake:

For those who argue that in the comics Jane and Thor split up, here’s a reminder that for large parts of the comics run, formerly puppy-eyed movie-Loki is a smelly, fugly tights-enthusiast with crooked teeth and apparently no hair under that hood.

Under the writing of most of the authors of the Thor title, Thor re-encounters Jane, and time and again he regrets losing her, often deeply so.  It was not from nowhere that the filmwriters for Thor2 included the line, “I believe fate has brought us together.”

Fate gets a muffin.

*welcomes Fate to the fandom with a whole tray of baked goods*

I don’t think you have to welcome Fate to the fandom; Fate is the captain of this ship. 

Fate gets ALL of the muffins!

*tiny voice* … really all of the muffins?

http://fostertheory.tumblr.com/post/98811028828/consultingcupcake-for-those-who-argue-that-in

fostertheory:

consultingcupcake:

For those who argue that in the comics Jane and Thor split up, here’s a reminder that for large parts of the comics run, formerly puppy-eyed movie-Loki is a smelly, fugly tights-enthusiast with crooked teeth and apparently no hair under that hood.

Under the writing of most of the authors of the Thor title, Thor re-encounters Jane, and time and again he regrets losing her, often deeply so.  It was not from nowhere that the filmwriters for Thor2 included the line, “I believe fate has brought us together.”

Fate gets a muffin.

helshades asked:

The French are bellicose and smelly.

strongly disagree

HELS. For leaving such a thing in my inbox, I shall not reply to your next questions (not to mention that I’m flooding my dashboard, sorry folks).

For the record: Hels was joking, generalisations about people are racist and xenophobe, and the numerous French people I’ve met have been extraordinarily nice, friendly and downright lovely (except for one girl in my dorm who never washed her dishes, but if you look like a supermodel, you can afford preciousness).

helshades asked:

English is an easy language to learn.

strongly agree | agree | neutral | disagree | strongly disagree

It actually is, especially if your native language is of Indoeuropean origin. There’s relatively little grammar, almost no conjugations, and the pronunciation can be learnt with the wide range of materials available to people around the world. It’s practically a language that is present everywhere, making practice an easy and mostly free thing (just look up all the helps and materials the BBC alone offers on their numerous websites), and weighing up the fact that it is also the language with the largest range of vocabulary in the world due to its spreading. Also, even if you’re not perfect, you’ll easily be understood, and you’ll quickly see progress even at an early stage of learning. Plus, only 26 letters that are already the standard keyboard. Yay!

helshades asked:

Scotland missed an opportunity to keep Balmoral all for itself.

strongly agree | agree | neutral | disagree | strongly disagree

As I’m not Scottish, I can’t evaluate how much of a gain or loss that is, but I’m glad Scotland decided against separation. I hope that the future will prove over and over how good a decision that’s been.

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