Explaining things with a nice example story a person can understand easily isn’t a parenting tool Odin has much luck with.
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great chore list.
Well, one thing’s for sure. Loki’s not bored . . . .
Loki…. phone…. home!
Oh dear… even Odin should know enough to never threaten the food supply of a berserk tiny godling going thorough (what he hopes is) a growth spurt! Then again, maybe the lesson was more for Loki too ROFL!
Wierd, my comment that I posted last night dissapeared.
Anyways, lol on the last panel
Is there ANY father that doesn’t have a “perfect Dad world” in their mind?
Somehow, someway…Loki had that coming. Poor Odin. Metaphors fall short of thor when food’s in the picture. lol.
Wonder how they did it. Wonder what they’ll do now?
made me laugh out loud.
I just realized, are our author’s channelling Dr. Suess? Specifically Whoville from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”? If you remember, the centerpiece dish at the feast was roast beast.
Turn into a bird, Loki! A bird! Hurry!
LOVE that Thor was sprouting tears in that one panel.
If I’ve never mentioned it before now, you gentlemen are brilliant. Wednesday is my hardest day at work every week, so I love knowing that I have a Brat-halla to look forward to! Thanks for everything you do to help us all escape the real world!
Considering that “roast beast” is Frigg/Odin code for “we’re eating your Pets, Thor,” . . . and that Thor doesn’t seem to know it, I find it hilarious that Thor is whooping up on Loki for eating the leftovers.
I think Odin suspected what Thor’s reaction would have been, and thus chose Loki as the scapegoat as punishment for getting caught.
Don’t take Thor’s roast beast, that’s something he can’t stand in the least!
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