Stiles thought Derek was cheating on him because he’d been out of town on the weekends for the past month and they haven’t made love in almost the same amount of time. What he didn’t know was Derek was planning a weekend trip away for the two of them and has been getting everything ready during the weekends. So when Derek says he’ll be away on the weekend of their one year anniversary Stiles sleeps with someone else, not knowing that Derek had come to pick him up and saw everything.
Loki comes home willingly.
It’s like a good alternate universe, one in which Thor escorts Loki on his arm.
Thanks for squeezing in the therapy session, Jeff.
I’m fine. Except for the not sleeping. The jumpiness. Constant, overwhelming, crushing fear that something terrible is about to happen.
If you’re going through hell, keep going.
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Somebody go get me my walker.
Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up..
Oh I don’t love you but I always will
So this confession gave me a lot of Thorki feels last night, until I realized something:
The thing is….this confession WAS true.
Loki WAS Thor’s favorite…..until Jane.
I love that in the first film, the final breaking point for Loki was him asking Thor, “What was it that made you so soft?…don’t tell me it was that WOMAN.”
And seeing the resignation and guilt and admittance on Thor’s face—that is when the dam breaks, when the tears come, and Loki just loses it.
No, he wasn’t jealous that Thor got himself some Portman pussy. He was angry, hurt, and betrayed that Thor could change, become a better person—become the person that Loki had always wanted Thor to be—for a woman he had known for only a couple of days, instead of for his brother who had been there for him his whole life.
Thor and Loki’s story is essentially a story of betrayal—Loki betraying Thor by turning his back on his family and attempting to destroy Jotunheim/Earth, becoming a supervillain, etc…..and Thor betraying Loki by not loving him anymore.
And it’s true…all his life, Loki had known nothing but disappointment. He was the second-best ruler, second-best son…and the only person who had ever thought of him as “best”—the only person who had ever really loved him—was Thor. But when Thor “trades” his brother in for Jane, Loki officially becomes second-best in everything—second-best to Asgard, second-best to his father, and most hurtfully, second-best to Thor.
And that is when when the betrayal hits, that is when Loki’s self-esteem shatters, and that is when his heart breaks.
I love that Tom Hiddleston said before that Loki was motivated by heartbreak. Not by anger, not by jealousy, not by revenge….but by heartbreak.
Oh dear god. You people are intent on breaking my heart.
The only bad thing with using Blood Brothers panels is that the narrator is Loki, and Loki is not the most reliable. Thor never stopped loving Loki. It’s, honestly, somewhat annoying that people think that as soon as Thor gives another person love, that he can’t still love Loki. And honestly, I really don’t think it was all Jane that changed him, I think it was him being on Midgard in general as well. Because he was so lost, vulnerable, and powerless that he had to look inside himself and figure out what to do, and how to get by in a new realm without any of his old ways being applicable. Sure Jane had something to do with his change, but I think it’s kind of insulting that Thor’s change is all credited to Jane. Sure she helped see a better side of himself, but it wasn’t all her. And I believe Loki is still Thor’s favorite, if he wasn’t I don’t think Thor’d be down there trying to reason with him at first. He really didn’t start truly fighting Loki until Loki made it apparent that he was not giving up this ‘poisonous dream’. And since we are mixing some comics in here, I’ll do the same by saying that Thor and only Thor, who missed Loki so much, is the reason why kid!Loki is here in the first place. Also, I’d imagine it’s much easier to get people to see their wrong-doings by honesty and true heart-to-heart talks, than trickery. Like I said before, the lack of communication damned Thor and Loki thrice over. There are so many assumptions and jumping to conclusions because they have never just spoken to each other.