Mystic cubes of self-aggrandizing… don’t mind me, I just like saying that. It’s not quite as much fun as saying "chupacabra", but still…
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So… they’re in the Armor of “puffing yourself up?” Seriously, if you mention Gear Score…XD
“Does this position allow drinking?”
“Mom thinks so”
“Good enough for me, i’m in”
I think it is better.
He turns back around to get them milk and juice to drink, and in that 30 secs, Thor the divine Garbage Disposal and the Hermod the Blur completely demolish the meal. (after which he nearly drops the drinks and asks if they aren’t short teens.)
Well, as we have always suspected, mentioning food and feeding Thor will take the fight right out of him and make him friendly.
to be the new back up dad, all it takes is food and booze?
Im SO there!
will learn how to cook for this. As for the drinking part, Im irish, so thats genetics baby!
p.s. True story: I am irish, but I dont drink. I equate it to being an Amish electrician or a Celebate porn star. Im the Appendix of Irish Heritage. I dont drink, ergo, Im useless.
Sorry to be a pain here, but I’m idly curious… didn’t Thor have to wear that special gauntlet (Járngreipr) and belt (Megingjörð) to allow him to handle Mjöllnir (as seen in episode 200 – Pantheon Games: A Gifted Thor)? I don’t see him wearing either one, yet he’s definitely holding the same hammer.
As for drinking, oddly enough… mead is my absolute favourite alcohol in the world! Though it is rare in my section of the world (central Canada)… I can only buy it around November when it finally arrives from Scotland, and even then I have to fight off the hoards of Pagans who lurk like vultures in the shops at that time just to get myself a couple of bottles. I only wish I was talented enough to make my own!
It does not take much talent to make drinkable mead. It just takes a little knowledge (I know, it is a dangerous thing), 3 ingredients, and patience.
The ingredients are honey, water, and yeast. The yeast can be bought in most wine and beer making stores as well as on the internet. You can use 1 gallon GLASS jugs as the secondary fermenters, and these you might be able to find in flea markets and farmers markets.
An excellent site for finding information and recipies for a beginner is http://www.gotmead.com.
Note that is can take a couple months for a batch of mead to complete, and most of that is waiting. Hence the patience. Also, if the batch does not seem drinkable at first but does not taste of vinegar, bottle it an put it aside for a couple years. Like wine, mead can age well and mellow beautifully.
Mark (amatuer vintner and mead maker)
You are now my official hero!!!! I’m gonna go try my hand at this and hope something interesting comes from it Thankie much!
You can also cheat and just mix white wine and honey. Its pretty good. or better yet if Barenjaeger is available, that is even better. All else fails, find an SCA group in your area. Some of the best brewers in the world.
Hey Simmons, whats the name of that mexican lizard, eats all the goats?
Uhh, I believe you are thinking of the chupacabra, sir.
Hey Grif…chupathingy! I like it, it has a ring to it!
Ah Red vs. Blue, and my favorite episode. Good times, lol.
Lol, I love Thor. “Wait, breakfast? Sure, I can spare a few words for breakfast.” Typical kid.
I love love love that the “monster” is drinking coffee, wearing slippers, calling them kids/gnomes, and offering them breakfast. So so funny.
This comic really captures the feel of the whole series.
Yes, I must say this was a particularly excellent comic. Much smiling and chuckling ensued when I read it. Thank you.
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