Friday Fun: Mythology Silliness

Don't ask how does a horse write a greeting card.
Don’t ask how does a horse write a greeting card.

 

 

Here’s a bit of fun I found all over the Internet. If you know at least a bit about the Norse god Loki, you won’t need an explanation; if you don’t, well, according to mythology, Loki had a lot of children, and on the pictures are some of them: Sleipnir the eight-legged-horse (Loki gave birth to him, so he’s actually Sleipnir’s Mom), Fenrir the giant wolf who is foretold (according to some) to kill the god Odin during the Ragnarok, and Jormungand, The World Serpent.

Enjoy!

 

 

 

It's not easy being a Mom to a kid who has four times more legs than you, I guess.
It’s not easy being a Mom to a kid who has four times more legs than you, I guess.
This pup is going to play a part in the end of the world? Seriously?
This pup is going to play a part in the end of the world? Seriously?

 

That's one handsome snake.
That’s one handsome snake.
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8 thoughts on “Friday Fun: Mythology Silliness

    1. Some of his children were animals, some were not. Oh, and according to some myths, he had plenty of kids, with a frost giant Angrboda (three — Hela, Fenrir and Jormungand), goddess Sygin (two sons), and numerous kids with humans (he was a mother to a bunch of them) — and he loved them all dearly.

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      1. Hel was the one who ruled “the underworld” of Norse mythology.(I don’t remember the name of the realm…) She was half beautiful maiden and half rotting corpse.

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  1. I’m more curious as to HOW Loki gave birth… In the Greek legends, Athena sprang from Zeus’s forehead.

    Even though the way humans do it is less than dignified and can get a bit messy, I prefer birth via vagina.

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