ashesashleyweallfalldown reblogged your post padfootsbae reblogged your post lokith… and added:

Why did they delete the scenes in that movie that appealed to Loki’s true humanity? In the deleted scenes we see that he tells Thor he loves him, giving him this big congratulatory speech on his coronation day, and then later this scene where Frigga is actually the one to pass the throne on to him while Odin is trapped in the Odinsleep.

And then there’s the whole theory of what happened to Loki in between Thor and The Avengers. How did he discover the other worlds? Was he tortured into leading the Chitauri? Why?

THEY LEAVE OUT EVERYTHING TO POINT OUT THE FACT THAT LOKI MIGHT NOT ACTUALLY BE EVIL AND IT MAKES ME SO MAD. And then they pull the shit at the end of Thor 2 where he steals Asgard’s throne, which really doesn’t exactly fit his motives if you consider these missing subplots. His entire motive in Thor 2 doesn’t exactly add up. So they better explain some shit in later movies, or I’m going to be so mad because they did not put nearly enough effort into Loki as any of the Avengers. And they should have because he’s more complicated than that.

M: Motivation


Originally posted by turntofactsmyfantasies

The sway of your hips.

Watching your entire body ebb and flow as you gracefully walk in front of him is enough to get his inner demons talking.  He can’t help but think of how your body gyrates and moves underneath him, your hips swirling in his lap as he impales you down upon him time and time again, your nipple held taut in his mouth as you cry out in ecstasy for the entire kingdom to hear.

Your hips are the root of it all, and whenever you begin sashaying down the hallway he can’t help but stare and clench his jaw.

What I learned from Avengers: Age of Ultron

The biggest  Steve’s fear is missed date

The biggest Tony’s fear is dying Steve

Captain America have fun all movie and give advices to Banner how to flirt with Natasha

In Thor’s vision there was no Loki

The biggest Thor’s fear connect with Heimdall