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#361 - dagreatmax
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#299 - atkissonbr
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(06/28/2013) [-]
he stuck his snake into a snake, it;s snakeception
#272 - heidekihinata
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(06/28/2013) [-]
Is there a website that is just Norse Mythology? I want to study it but my local libraries have nothing.
#275 to #272 - zacsuntibidea
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I've found most of what I know by just googling individual names and following links.
I suspect you might find what you're looking for under a search for 'Norse Legends' or some variant thereof.
Hope you find them, It's a great read and mildly insightful.
#267 - abomii
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(06/28/2013) [-]
**** YEAH ! NORSE MYTHOLOGY !
#149 - mrmamric ONLINE
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Fenny!
#174 to #149 - graenko
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(06/27/2013) [-]
Hel and Fenrir are a good lane combo
#182 to #174 - mrmamric ONLINE
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[VVY]
#133 - dingojohn
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(06/27/2013) [-]
He gives zero *****, that much is clear !
He gives zero *****, that much is clear !
#167 to #133 - electrozz
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Wrong. According to this post, he had to have given at least three *****. How else would he have those children?
#400 to #167 - dingojohn
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You raise a valid point..

I will rephrase my statement: He doesn't give a ****, that much is clear!
#72 - leglesslegolegolas
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Nope, it's Fenrir, Hel, and Jormungandr. Sleipnir was an eight legged horse he created when he a got a giant's pet horse to screw him.
#75 to #72 - themurp
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So... doesn't that make it his child?
#76 to #75 - leglesslegolegolas
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It's not officially counted as a child of his, usually.
#80 to #76 - themasterdocter [OP]
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All the stories ive read said he gave birth to Sleipnir.
#82 to #80 - leglesslegolegolas
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Yeah, but most people don't count Sleipnir as one of his official children.
#53 - anon
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Hel is his daughter. Her apperance is half human half skeleton (cut down vertically). She is the goddess of the 9 relms of the afterlife (non-war death).
#57 to #53 - anon
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its called Niflheim
#61 to #57 - anon
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hel rules HELHEIM.. <.<
#59 to #53 - anon
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no idea what norse mythology your learning, but it being a second religion to our now christian religion, hel is a giant, who is killed by the gods and its massive body forms the continents and its blood the oceans
#65 to #59 - chrolt
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No that would Ymer you're taking about. Hel is the goddes of non-warrior deaths, and daughter of Loki.
#51 - superfatman
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(06/27/2013) [-]
isn't hel his daughter
#52 to #51 - darktemplars
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You are correct, but the gods do a lot of weird ****
#54 to #52 - superfatman
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(06/27/2013) [-]
yeah, i think i read one where he steals the hair of thor's wife and he tortures him or something, oh and the whole earthquake thing
#55 to #54 - darktemplars
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(06/27/2013) [-]
If you want weird, Zeus made love to a woman has a golden shower. An actually golden shower, not the porn version
#107 to #55 - newforomador
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(06/27/2013) [-]
Don't forget about Hera turning Io into a cow.
#404 to #107 - darktemplars
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Alas I forgot, this is the best conversation I have had on the internet for a while, thank you
#405 to #404 - newforomador
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You're welcome. I simply love mythology, although I tend to only remember finer details in myths that revolve around the gods.
#407 to #405 - darktemplars
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I understand that, I really like Homers Odyssey, it is worth a read if you haven't already
#408 to #407 - newforomador
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I would but I have no idea where to find it beside do something like order it off of Amazon. Anyway, if you have read the Odyssey you should read the Iliad as well, since Odyssey is kinda like a sequel to it.
#409 to #408 - darktemplars
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I had to do the Iliad in my college, but I didn't enjoy it as much
#43 - redstonealchemist
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actually he had like seven or eight children, including the devil herself
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#305 - tomthehippie
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Fun fact; Loki gave birth to Sleipnir.

Vikings, where a man can spawn a wolf, a snake, give birth to a horse...

Oh, and when a viking died they had a woman volunteer to be his sex slave/maid/what ever the **** else he wanted out of her in the afterlife...

... then ****** they would **** out of her, cut her throat, and throw her onto the barge with her lord's body, then light that ****** on fire and put it out to sea.
#330 to #305 - lulzalot
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don't forget they would rip peoples lungs out for fun
#331 to #330 - tomthehippie
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not for fun, for punishment. The blood eagle was saved for ******* that pissed someone off.
#336 to #331 - lulzalot
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they did it for fun too
#271 - smashingkills
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(06/28/2013) [-]
I read the title as Loli Kids
#256 - ZLozier
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am i the only one who has noticed that the horse has 9 legs not 8?
#259 to #256 - pixy
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It looks like 9 but I think one is just stretching longer than the others.
#270 to #259 - bvsfang
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It's the tail
#300 to #256 - SpicerHyx
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Its 8. Count the hooves.
#253 - lordmoldywart
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#281 to #253 - themasterdocter [OP]
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#394 to #253 - anon
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I was so dissapointed by this part of the movie :/
#395 to #394 - lordmoldywart
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It was my favourite part

It just showed how weak Loki really was
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#93 - schnickelfritz
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ooooh now I get it...
#88 - naziseverywhere
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Slepinir was given birth to by Loki, who took it in the yee-haw from a horse.
#60 - gadorian
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#86 to #60 - RefrainFromTouchin
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**** Yeah Sif. I'd jizz to see Sif and Fenrir's cubs
#49 - martbeast
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