odin you are a terrible father

young Hiccup, Astrid and Fishlegs, are standing in front of a castle that Tuffnut, Ruffnut and Snotlout built on Berk and are now behind it ready for battle.

Hiccup: “HELLO!!!”

Tuffnut doing a silly French accent: “Who is it?”

Hiccup: “This is Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III and these are my friends. Whose castle is this?”

Tuffnut: “This is the castle of Lord-King-Overlord-Emperor-Ruler-Sir Thorston-ton”

Hiccup: “Go and tell him that we have been charged with a sacred quest to find the Dragon Eye and if he gives us food and shelter for the night he may join us in our quest.”

Tuffnut: “I’ll ask him but I don’t think he’ll want to. He’s already got one you see.”

Fishlegs: “Are you sure?”

Tuffnut: “Oh, yes it’s very nice.”

Tuffnut (whispers to Ruffnut and Snotlout on his side of the wall): “I told him we already got one.”

They struggle hide their laughter.

Fishlegs: “Well, can we come up and have a look at it?”

Tuffnut: “Of course not! You are Berkian yaks!”

Astrid: “Well what are you then?”

Tuffnut: “I’m French. Why do you think I have this outrages accent!?”

Astrid: “What are you doing on Berk?”

Tuffnut: “Mind your own business!”

Hiccup: “If you don’t show us your Dragon Eye we will be forced to take your castle by force.”

Tuffnut: “You don’t frighten us you silly Berk-ish pig-dogs!!! Go an boil your bottoms, you sons of a silly person. I blow my nose at you, so-called ‘Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III,’ you and all your silly Berk K-nig-hts!!!!”

Tuffnut: “PPPHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PPPPHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

Fishlegs: “What a strange person.”

Hiccup: “Now look here my good man-”

Tuffnut: “I don’t want to talk to you no more! You empty-headed animal food trough wiper! I fart in your general direction!!!! Your mother was a Terrible Terror your father smelt of elderberries!!!!”

Astrid: “Is there someone else up there that we can talk to?”

Tuffnut: “No. Now go away or I will taunt you a second time!”

Hiccup: “Now this is your last chance. I’ve been more them reasonable…”

Tuffnut to his friends: “Get the secret weapon.”

Snotlout: “What?”

Tuffnut: “The SECRET. WEAPON.”

Hiccup: “…If you do not agree to my commands, then I shall be forced to-!”

They vault a chicken over the walls.

Hiccup: “HOLY ODIN!!!”

the chicken lands on Fishlegs.

Hiccup: “Right. CHARGE!!!”

Astrid: “CHARGE!!!!!!!”

but the onslaught of poultry forces them to retreat.

(Monty Python and the Holy Grail)

Betrothed Part 2

Summary: You have been betrothed to a disgusting pig to settle your father’s gambling debts. The night before your wedding, you are rescued by an unlikely party.

Read Part 1 here.

 A/N: So, here is part 2! I hope y’all like it as much as (or more than) you liked the first part. I’m actually really excited for this series. So, let me know what you think! Feedback is always appreciated.

Warnings: alcoholism, gambling, arranged marriage, bullying, maybe even verbal abuse, anxiety?


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Beauty - Loki Laufeyson x Reader x Tony Stark

Originally posted by littlemisssyreid

Words: 2196
Pairing: Loki Laufeyson x (f)Reader x best friend!Stark
Featuring: Thor Odinson, Steve Rogers
Warnings: swearing, pregnancy, fighting, children, tony stark, loki being lil bitch
Requested: lol no
Authors Note: i like loki a lot. PLOT: you are the goddess of beauty and fiance of Loki. This fic takes place over a long period of time, hence why there will be so many time skips. It starts near the end of Thor 1 and Avengers 1. The timing doesn’t perfectly match up with when the movies came out, but hey, it’s fiction!


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“Dear, what are you doing?” Loki called from bed.

“The rainbow bridge looks lovely at this time,” You marveled out the window as you stared out of the castle.

Loki was now standing beside you, “It is very beautiful,” He smiled, “It reminds me of you, my goddess of beauty.”

You hit his chest with a chuckle, “I miss Thor.”

Loki jumped at the name. Thor had been banished from Asgard, and his powers were taken from him, it had been too long without your best friend. “I am sure he will return soon, love.”

You sighed and grabbed Loki’s hand, “Let’s go back to sleep.”

Only days later Thor did return, and Loki was nowhere to be found when you heard he was back. “(Y/N)!” Thor flew to where you were, standing in the garden outside of the castle.

“Thor! You’re back!” A smile grew across your face.

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I have a lot of feelings and thoughts about the scene between Odin & Loki from the Dark World (you’re all shocked, I know). I promised @pro-antagonist I would do a meta for it, so here we go.

For the longest time, I was of two minds about Odin’s thinking in this scene. On the surface, it seems like he still can’t grasp that Loki isn’t Thor. That what worked on Thor, won’t work on Loki. Tough love as banishment may have humbled Thor and started him on a path to be a better man. But tough love as imprisonment for Loki? No chance of being effective. But that’s one of the mainstays of Odin’s character, isn’t it? He doesn’t understand Loki. He can’t communicate with him effectively and he doesn’t know how to reach out to him.

But then I wondered, what if Odin has finally grasped that and opted to use it here to his advantage?

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Part 2 - The Building Of The Wall

From Sacred Texts. 

Always, there had been war between the Giants and the Gods - between the Giants who would have destroyed the world and the race of men, and the Gods who would have protected the race of men and would have made the world more beautiful.

There are many stories to be told about the Gods, but the first one that should be told to you is the one about the building of their City.

The Gods had made their way up to the top of a high mountain and there they decided to build a great City for themselves that the Giants could never overthrow. The City they would call “Asgard,” which means the Place of the Gods. They would build it on a beautiful plain that was on the top of that high mountain. And they wanted to raise around their City the highest and strongest wall that had ever been built.

Now one day when they were beginning to build their halls and their palaces a strange being came to them. Odin, the Father of the Gods, went and spoke to him. “What dost thou want on the Mountain of the Gods?” he asked the Stranger.

“I know what is in the mind of the Gods,” the Stranger said. “They would build a City here. I cannot build palaces, but I can build great walls that can never be overthrown. Let me build the wall round your City.”

“How long will it take you to build a wall that will go around our City?” said the Father of the Gods.

“A year, O Odin,” said the Stranger.

Now Odin knew that if a great wall could be built around it the Gods would not have to spend all their time defending their City, Asgard, from the Giants, and he knew that if Asgard were protected, he himself could go amongst men and teach them and help them. He thought that no payment the Stranger could ask would be too much for the building of that wall.

That day the Stranger came to the Council of the Gods, and he swore that in a year he would have the great wall built. Then Odin made oath that the Gods would give him what he asked in payment if the wall was finished to the last stone in a year from that day.

The Stranger went away and came back on the morrow. It was the first day of Summer when he started work. He brought no one to help him except a great horse.

Now the Gods thought that this horse would do no more than drag blocks of stone for the building of the wall. But the horse did more than this. He set the stones in their places and mortared them together. And day and night and by light and dark the horse worked, and soon a great wall was rising around the palaces that the Gods themselves were building.

“What reward will the Stranger ask for the work he is doing for us?” the Gods asked one another.

Odin went to the Stranger. “We marvel at the work you and your horse are doing for us,” he said. “No one can doubt that the great wall of Asgard will be built up by the first day of Summer. What reward do you claim? We would have it ready for you.”

The Stranger turned from the work he was doing, leaving the great horse to pile up the blocks of stone. “O Father of the Gods,” he said, “O Odin, the reward I shall ask for my work is the Sun and the Moon, and Freya, who watches over the flowers and grasses, for my wife.”

Now when Odin heard this he was terribly angered, for the price the Stranger asked for his work was beyond all prices. He went amongst the other Gods who were then building their shining palaces within the great wall and he told them what reward the Stranger had asked. The Gods said, “Without the Sun and the Moon the world will wither away.” And the Goddesses said, “Without Freya all will be gloom in Asgard.”

They would have let the wall remain unbuilt rather than let the Stranger have the reward he claimed for building it. But one who was in the company of the Gods spoke. He was Loki, a being who only half belonged to the Gods; his father was the Wind Giant. “Let the Stranger build the wall around Asgard, Loki said, "and I will find a way to make him give up the hard bargain he has made with the Gods. Go to him and tell him that the wall must be finished by the first day of Summer, and that if it is not finished to the last stone on that day the price he asks will not be given to him.”

The Gods went to the Stranger and they told him that if the last stone was not laid on the wall on the first day of the Summer not Sol or Mani, the Sun and the Moon, nor Freya would be given to him. And now they knew that the Stranger was one of the Giants.

The Giant and his great horse piled up the wall more quickly than before. At night, while the Giant slept, the horse worked on and on, hauling up stones and laying them on the wall with his great forefeet. And day by day the wall around Asgard grew higher and higher.

But the Gods had no joy in seeing that great wall rising higher and higher around their palaces. The Giant and his horse would finish the work by the first day of Summer, and then he would take the Sun and the Moon, Sol and Mani, and Freya away with him.

But Loki was not disturbed. He kept telling the Gods that he would find a way to prevent him from finishing his work, and thus he would make the Giant forfeit the terrible price he had led Odin to promise him.

It was three days to Summer time. All of the wall was finished except the gateway. Over the gateway a stone was still to be placed. And the Giant, before he went to sleep, made his horse haul up a great block of stone so that they might put it above the gateway in the morning, and so finish the work two full days before Summer.

It happened to be a beautiful moonlit night. Svadilfare, the Giant’s great horse, was hauling the largest stone he ever hauled when he saw a little mare come galloping toward him. The great horse had never seen so pretty a little mare and he looked at her with surprise.

“Svadilfare, slave,” said the little mare to him and went frisking past.

Svadilfare put down the stone he was hauling and called to the little mare. She came back to him. “Why do you call me ‘Svadilfare, slave’?” said the great horse.

“Because you have to work night and day for your master,” said the little mare. “He keeps you working, working, working, and never lets you enjoy yourself. You dare not leave that stone down and come and play with me.

"Who told you I dare not do it?” said Svadilfare.

“I know you daren’t do it,” said the little mare, and she kicked up her heels and ran across the moonlit meadow.

Now the truth is that Svadilfare was tired of working day and night. When he saw the little mare go galloping off he became suddenly discontented. He left the stone he was hauling on the ground. He looked round and he saw the little mare looking back at him. He galloped after her.

He did not catch up on the little mare. She went on swiftly before him. On she went over the moonlit meadow, turning and looking back now and again at the great Svadilfare, who came heavily after her. Down the mountainside the mare went, and Svadilfare, who now rejoiced in his liberty and in the freshness of the wind and in the smell of the flowers, still followed her. With the morning’s light they came near a cave and the little mare went into it. They went through the cave. Then Svadilfare caught up on the little mare and the two went wandering together, the little mare telling Svadilfare stories of the Dwarfs and the Elves.

They came to a grove and they stayed together in it, the little mare playing so nicely with him that the great horse forgot all about time passing. And while they were in the grove the Giant was going up and down, searching for his great horse.

He had come to the wall in the morning, expecting to put the stone over the gateway and so finish his work. But the stone that was to be lifted up was not near him. He called for Svadilfare, but his great horse did not come. He went to search for him, and he searched all down the mountainside and he searched as far across the earth as the realm of the Giants. But he did not find Svadilfare.

The Gods saw the first day of Summer come and the gateway of the wall stand unfinished. They said to each other that if it were not finished by the evening they need not give Sol and Mani to the Giant, nor the maiden Freya. The hours of the summer day went past and the Giant did not raise the stone over the gateway. In the evening he came before them.

“Your work is not finished,” Odin said. “You forced us to a hard bargain and now we need not keep it with you. You shall not be given Sol and Mani nor the maiden Freya.”

“Only the wall I have built is so strong I would tear it down,” said the Giant. He tried to throw down one of the palaces, but the Gods laid hands on him and thrust him outside the wall he had built. “Go, and trouble Asgard no more,” Odin commanded.

Then Loki returned to Asgard. He told the Gods how he had transformed himself into a little mare and had led away Svadilfare, the Giant’s great horse. And the Gods sat in their golden palaces behind the great wall and rejoiced that their City was now secure, and that no enemy could ever enter it or overthrow it. But Odin, the Father of the Gods, as he sat upon his throne was sad in his heart, sad that the Gods had got their wall built by a trick; that oaths had been broken, and that a blow had been struck in injustice in Asgard.


1. MY CHILD WHO IS BOTH. Because Loki is genderfluid. And it has been presented in such a way that it isn’t the point of the character, but that it is just an aspect of Loki. And you know who is accepting it here? Odin, Loki’s father. The All-Father. This message makes me so ridiculously happy.

2.  And no one directly mentions it. It just is. The creator has directly mentioned it, but the characters just treat Loki’s genderfluidity as you would anyone else’s gender: a given. To me, this is representation done right.

3.  Loki reassuring Thor. Because Loki does still have caring and ties to Thor, even after all the terrible things that have happened. Appearing to double cross him. Stabbing him with Gram. They’re brothers, and Loki accepts this.

4.  Loki’s story is a powerful redemption story. Mostly because Loki is fighting against a literal self. His big enemy is not the All-Mother, or Odin, or Thor, or Dr. Doom, or the Angels of Heven. It is a version of himself he is fighting not to become. And doesn’t that juts embody the human struggle as well?

Thor: Banishment (Part I of III)


I watched the news seeing that Thor had once again returned to Earth and he was with a woman named Jane. I sighed if only I had not felt the urge to protect him all those years ago.

Banishment had droned on for years, well human years, and I always had to move around because eventually someone caught onto the fact that I did not age. I sighed I missed Asgard far more than I should, mostly the blonde haired blue eyes man that I was seeing on my televsion. I let out a sigh this is what I get for taking the blame for what him and Loki did. It was not like Odin did not know who really caused it but I of course had to open my mouth to do the honorable thing and take the blame. Everything had consequences.

I cannot believe I let them talk me into going. ‘It will be fun Y/N.’ ‘No one will know.’ I groaned well since the geniuses started a war between our realms everyone was going to know now.

“You just could not let it go!” I shouted at my friends.

“It is all a part of the fun my friend.” Thor says giving me a smile and a wink.

“I can think of better ways to have fun.” I grumbled out as we arrived in Asgard. “Your father is going to punish us!” I shout. By us it was probably everyone except Thor and Loki.

“Relax Lady Y/N, Allfather will fix it.” Thor says with confidence.

Being the youngest and most responsible one sucked. How could he not understand that there would not be anything to fix if he would have just let the insulting go?

I groaned. As I watched Loki converse with Heimdall about, well I assumed it was about Allfathers reactions to their actions.

“Then afterwards we can participate in other activities.” Thor whispered huskily in my ear.

I rolled my eyes and turned my head to the right to glare at him. “I swear to-“ I stopped upon seeing twelve Einher guards stopping to stand in front of us on the bridge. “Fun, your father will kill us. You all just started a war!” I shouted and looked at each of their faces.

“Y/N…” Loki said trying to calm me down.

I glared at him and walked right up to his chest and proceeded to poke him as hard as I could, “Do not think to play innocent. You helped instigate him and now look what you did.”

“Your highnesses’, warriors, and ladies please follow us Allfather would like a word with you all.” The head guard said.

I shook my head. He was not going to let us get away with this one. We were all going to be punished. I glanced at Heimdall who now stood in silence. He shook his head. Yep Odin was beyond pissed. I mean he should be we just started a war that was not necessary.

I watched as Sig, Volstagg, and Fandral walked by me. Someone was going to be in a lot of trouble. I began to follow after Fandral as an arm held me back. I glanced
down at the hand that was holding me captive and recognized it for Thor’s. I watched as all of our friends left us alone, including Loki, which was odd.

“Y/N…” He says forcing me to walk with him at a much slower pace.

“You do not understand your actions my friend.” I grumbled as I watched the distance between us and our companions lengthened.

“What did I tell you about referring to me as a friend?” He growls out. “Besides it was an accident.”

I shook my head. “First off we have people around us. Second it really doesn’t matter if it was an accident or not. War is war.” I stopped walking and turned to look at him. “Someone is going to pay for what we have done.” I say tugging my arm out of Thor’s hold.

“Father will understand. You will make him understand.” He says proudly as he places a kiss on my head. “Now let us go forge into the belly of the beast my love.” He say wrapping his arm around my shoulder happily.

I threw my head back groaning. “Terrible analogy.”

It was funny in front of the others we were just friends as to not harm Sif’s feelings but alone we were so much more.

Thor laughed. “My love it will all be okay.”

“I’m not so sure my love.” I said warily.

He smiles down at me at calling him my love. “You’ll see.”

I sighed holding back what I was going to say as we have caught up to the others as they entered the throne room. We were greeted by an angry looking Odin.

I swallowed the knot in my throat. This was not going to be like the rest of the times we have caused trouble. We would all in some form suffer consequences.

“Do you have any idea the trouble that you have caused?” Odin shouted as the guards pulled the doors to the throne room closed.

We all stood in silence staring at our boots. Of course we did. We started a war.

“Do you have any idea what I had to do to fix it?” He shouted and I can hear his voice getting closer to where we stood.

Out of the corner of my eye I see Thor and Loki look up and rolled my eyes. Of course they did not care there mishap had been put under control.

“Will someone answer me?” He ordered.

“Father he insu-“

“I do not care what he did. People have died because of your stupidity. All of your stupidity.” He shouted now standing directly in front of me.

I glanced up to see not only anger etched on his face but pain. Something bad was going to happen. I could feel it.

“Father, please forgive us. We shall take any punishment you choose.” Sif declares now kneeling with her head bent.

“Allfather we our terribly sorry for the problems that have arisen in our lapse of judgment.” I say formally to Odin. My eyes widen as I spoke. I cannot believe I just said that.

I move my head to give him a level look.

He nods. “Only the one who started this shall be punished. The rest of you are free to go.”

I looked at Thor and Loki they were both terrified but remained silent. I took a deep breath before allowing my own stupidity take over. “It was I.” I spoke out loud.

This only made all of my friends turn to look at me in shock and glance at Odin.

Odin glanced at each one of them knowing I just lied and waiting for the real culprit to bring himself to light but no one else spoke. This silence surprised me because I figured they would all also step up, well at least Thor or maybe Loki but the silence continued to spread.

Odin nods. “Very well, the rest of you are free to go.” He says waving them away.

I bowed my head and remained silent and ignoring the worried glances of my friends especially Thor’s. As I heard the door shut I glanced up to see Odin shaking his head.

“I do not know what to be more disappointed in you taking credit or them letting you.” He says to me shaking his head.


“It is a lie my child. I know it was Thor and Loki.” Odin turned and began to pace. “Which is why you all will be punished.”

I looked at him in confusion he said only the one that caused it was going to be punished. “Allfather you sai-“

“I am aware of what I said Lady Y/N. However, you lied so it is no longer valid.”

I nodded understanding the logic of what he was saying. “What is the punishment then Allfather?” I asked cautiously knowing I would not like the answer.

“You are to be banished to one of the other nine realms until someone atones for this.”

I looked at him in horror. “That could ta-“

“A long time? Yes , be thankful we live long lives. You will be reunited with your friends one day.” He says pinning me down with a pointed look.

I nodded holding my tongue. Stupid. Stupid. I closed my eyes waiting to here my friends punishment.

“Their punishment for allowing you to take the fall will be in not knowing where I sent you to or if I killed you upon dismissing them.”Odin says thoughtfully.

My eyes once again widened in horror. He was going to let them think me dead? I felt a lone tear fall from my eyes. Stupid. Stupid idiot.

I opened my eyes and am brought back to being in my apartment. All these years he did not once come for me and now he is staying here for his beloved Jane. I shook my head. It was good I did not return when Odin said I could I would have hated being in the way. Actually I probably would have hated that he never came after me. I sighed and grabbed my coat to account for the rainy London day. I needed to clear my head. As I walked down the street I sighed pulling my coat and hood tighter around my body. What would my life have been like if I would have stayed? What happened to Sif or my other friends?

As I walked I ran into a buff chest.

“Shit.” I said. Inwardly laughing, how was it that I once spoke different?

“It is I who is at fault.” A husky voice said.

My eyes widened. Thor. I pulled my hood even further in front of my face. “It’s fine.” I said hoping my voice sounded different from the one that he was accustomed to. I brushed passed him quickly as humanly possible.

“We must go Th-Donald.” A woman said.

I could feel his eyes on me trying to figure out if we knew each other or not. I quickened my pace knowing that was going to want answers.

“Wait!” He shouted at me.
Shit. I thought breaking into a run. If he recognized me what would he do? I maneuvered between people praying he just let me go. After a few minutes I noticed my hood had fallen down revealing my new human hair style which was a short bob with gold tips.

I stopped after noticing there was no footfall behind me so I stopped turning and looking around confirming that he was not following me. I let out a sigh of relief and circled back around to head to my apartment. As I reached the spot I ran into Thor I relaxed noticing no one was around.

As I walked past the next alley I am dragged and slammed against the wall. I swallow knowing who it was.

“I do not me-“ He stopped abruptly and his eyes widened in recognition. “Y/N.”

I closed my eyes briefly hearing upon hearing my name leave his lips. “Let go.” I said trying my best to keep my emotions out of it. “Thor let go.” I repeated as he only gripped me tighter.

“You’re alive…” He says in a broken voice.



“Are you going to let me go?” I ask noticing the pain in his eyes.

“I thought you dead.” He says moving away from me as if I burned him.

“I’m not.” I said.

“I see that.” He looks so lost.

He must have thought I was dead all this time.

“Thor. We have to go.” I heard a small voice say to the right of the alley. He stepped towards the mouth of the alley towards the woman, who I assumed was Jane. As he continued to back away he didn’t break eye contact.

“It would be best to keep it that way.” I said referring to me being dead.

“All this time…” He says angrily before shaking his head. “I mourned you! I thought you dead!” He shouts angirly before following the woman out of the mouth of the alley.

I waited for him to be out of ear shot. “I would have told you if I could.” I whispered feeling tears threaten to drop. I moved down the side of the building until I sat on the ground. Seeing him in the flesh again was not something I would ever get over.

anonymous asked:

What do you think Odin thought the first time he saw Loki in Jotunheim? I mean do you think he saw him as pawn or as abandoned child in need of protection? Do you think he ever truly loved Loki and cared about him (before all that mess)? I would like to hear your thoughts about it.

I would argue that, not only did Odin love Loki as his son before the great catastrophes of canon, I believe Odin continues to love him despite being a deeply flawed parent and individual, and despite the things he and Loki have said to each other.

Gonna have to put a “read more” because I um, I have a lot of feelings about this. Hope you don’t mind that you’ve opened the floodgate, anon.

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Deleted lines from the Thor: The Dark World script #26
  • Thor: Loki died with honour. I will try to live my life the same way.
  • Loki!Odin: *(nods)*
  • Thor: And as soon as I can gather men, I will conduct a search party on Svartalfheim to retrieve his body.
  • Loki!Odin: Er... No.
  • Thor: But he deserves a proper burial, Father!
  • Loki!Odin: Um... No, no, there's no need for that.
  • Thor: And why not? He is my brother!
  • Loki!Odin: It would be, uh, fruitless. Like a metal man at a magnet party.
  • Thor: How could you, Father...?
  • Loki!Odin:
  • Thor: ...After what Loki has done...
  • Loki!Odin: Yes, I am a terrible father, aren't I?
  • Thor: Well...
  • Loki!Odin: Indeed! Worst father ever.
  • Thor:
  • Loki!Odin: Off you go, now!
Two Sides of the Coin

ITLE: The Two Sides of the Coin


AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine being brought to Asgard to be married to one of the sons of Odin.

Loki and you fall in love at first sight, but 

RATING: Teen and Up

NOTES: After a load of requests, I decided to put in an epilogue, enjoy. 

You watched with interest as Loki and Thor sparred without weapons in the training grounds from the terrace, unable to hide a smile as Loki sidestepped Thor’s tackle before kicking him behind the knee, causing Thor to fall to his knees on the floor. As Thor lunged around to grapple Loki to the ground, his image fizzled away.

A moment later you felt Loki’s arms wrap around you from behind, his hands coming to your swollen stomach. “Were you worried for me my love?” He smiled, pressing his lips to your exposed neck.

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Lead Me Not To Temptation

TITLE: Lead Me Not to Temptation

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Twenty Three

AUTHOR: wolfpawn


Imagine being chosen to be Loki’s wife, and while at first you loath the idea, you came around and actually fall in love with Loki, and he falls in love with you. But the day before the wedding, Odin changes the arrangement and suddenly you’re being whisked away to marry Thor instead. You and Loki manage to have a secret affair and things are perfect, until you fall pregnant.

RATING: Mature

Thor had insisted they eat breakfast together ever since finding out about the child “It’s time to tell the realm.” Thor declared one day as they ate.

“Do you really think so?” Kari toyed with her food anxiously.

“You cannot deny it any longer Kari, you are almost half way, and you cannot but notice your stomach.”

“What are you implying?” She snarled.

“That you are carrying a child and look exactly like a woman carrying said child, nothing else.” He replied cautiously. Kari giggled at his fear. “You were jesting.”

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