Here’s Tom Hiddleston being gorgeous and reading “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (part of it, anyway). It is “Hump Day” after all. Don’t say I never gave you nothin’. PS- A little intel from the set of The Avengers in NYC: this guy was THE NICEST person ever to everyone. Another patriotically-dressed actor playing a super hero who shall remain nameless: not so much. Just saying.  -ts

Imagine being a friend of Bruce Banner’s and he introduces you to Loki. You come about the Avenger’s home a lot, so you see Loki all the time. Imagine noticing that while Loki picks at the Avengers and causes trouble, he tends to disappear for hours at a time by himself. One day you follow Loki (not knowing that he knows) and discover that he spends his time at a lake, just staring out at the water. 

"I know you’re there," Loki says and you walk over to sit by his side. 

After a few moments of silence you quietly ask, “Are you okay?” To which Loki doesn’t reply to right away. He turns his head to the side to glance at you with confusion clear in his eyes. “Well?” you prompt.

"No one has ever asked me that before," Loki admits sadly and you can see he is truly touched by your concern. 

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Thor: The Dark World (liveblog) [x]

I really loved this moment a lot, too.  Thor glances over to make sure Loki’s all right and it’s not really a soft or worried look, but it’s not cruel, either.  It’s really actually kind of hard to read and I attribute a lot of that to, “I can’t leave you alone for five minutes without you nearly getting yourself killed, can I?” mixed with, “Stop getting yourself into trouble and/or nearly killed because it just makes me want to rescue you and that’s not a good path for us to go down.” and a bit of, “Are you ready for the rest of this fight, because we’ve got incoming.”

But I love it for the way they don’t have to exchange words over how Thor saved Loki, that it seems almost expected here, that of course Thor would save him.  And then they rise up together and you can see a glimpse of how terrifying they must have been as a team when they were younger.  The giant golden prince with his hammer that could tear through everything and hardly notice you were even there, the darker prince standing just a bit behind him, a shadow who would slither up to you and slit your throat before you knew it.

They must have been unstoppable together and that’s exactly what I think of when they fall right into sync with each other, even over something as small as standing up together.  (SHUT UP, YOU CAN’T TAKE THIS FROM ME, EITHER!!!)

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Hurra! FREAKY CANDY is finished and uploaded for your entertainment!
(I can’t film a new candy video before mid-november, forgive me!)

FROM THE CHANNEL INFO:

The first FREAKY CANDY vid is up. Watch me marvel over international sweets and treats, dressed as Teen!Loki from Agent of Asgard! ^__-
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I am planning a regular video format on this channel in which I taste strange or freaky Candy/Snacks from all around the world in my Loki costumes, so basically Kid!Loki,Teen!Loki and Movie!Loki tasting candies from everywhere.

Would you guys be interested in that? And if yes, who’s up to sending me exotic candy (or exotic snacks, does not need to be sweet, as long as it’s freaky)?

YOUR favorite freaky candy could be starring my next cosplay-video! 

IF YOU WANT TO SEND CANDY FOR A VIDEO, MAIL ME ON MY FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/fahrlightloki (or to fahrlight@gmx.de) WITH THE TOPIC: CANDY FREAKS
and I will give you an address to send it to! 

My facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/fahrlightloki
My tumblr:
http://fahrlightloki.tumblr.com
Camerman:
 http://thatotherodinson.tumblr.com
My actual work:
http://www.butter-and-cream.com

The Gospel of Loki - Foreword
  • The Gospel of Loki - Foreword
  • Joanne M. Harris
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The foreword to The Gospel of Loki, written by Joanne M. Harris. This isn’t exactly my Loki impression, because it’s very difficult to read something long-form in that voice, and it didn’t seem as appropriate for the Loki in this book, but I think it evokes the general sense of Loki and it’s Hiddleston-ish. I have no idea what this book is like yet, but the foreword was fun to read, so I might do more of it if you can stomach the more vague Loki-ish voice and if I have the time for it.

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