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    You mean you stupid fucks don't know Norse mythology?

    Gawd, you're dumb.

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    Me and my brother weren't allowed to fight growing up, since I was anemic and he was really overweight, so my mom pretty much told him he was a dead man if he touched me. We still managed to get each other behind their backs, though.

    -Walked over and headbutted him in the side of the face because I wanted to use the computer. I don't even know why I thought that was an acceptable method of expressing that.

    -He keeps telling me "Don't turn around, don't turn around!" while kicking the headrest of the couch I was sitting on. So naturally I did, and I got his big toe right in my eye. My parents ALMOST didn't notice the red spot on my eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helmutlvx View Post
    You mean you stupid fucks don't know Norse mythology?

    Gawd, you're dumb.
    I get by on my looks.

    (Although everybody I say that to face to face tends to laugh just a little bit too hard)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaquaman View Post
    Cheap cut and paste job but it will save everybody else having to Google it.

    Balder's only enemy, Loki, found a loophole in Frigga's request for her son's safety ...Mistletoe. Mistletoe grows on the tree it attaches itself to, and therefore has no roots of its own and could not be affected by Frigga's request. Loki made a poisoned dart with mistletoe, and tricked the blind brother of Balder, Hoder, into shooting the arrow that killed Balder. For three days, all the elements tried their hardest to bring Balder back to life, but failed. Finally, the tears that Frigga cried for her dead son changed the red mistletoe berries to white, raising Balder from the dead. Frigga then reversed mistletoe's bad reputation, and kissed everyone who walked underneath it out of gratitude for getting her son back.


    And I get to learn something.
    Where did you get that from? Frigga wasn't able to bring her son back; Hel agreed that if every living being wept for Baldur, then the god would be returned to life. Frigga traveled the world's on Sleipnir, convincing every living being to mourn her son, except for a cranky old giantess in a cave.
    The giantess was, of course, Loki in disguise, fuckin' **** up again. This was part of his alienation of the Aesir that led him to be cast out of asgard.
    The fool thinks himself immortal,
    If he hold back from battle;
    But old age will grant him no truce,
    Even if spears spare him.

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    The MightMcFaggot has teh correct. The kissing under the miseltoe comes from another pagan tradition (I'm not sure if it's specifically Norse though)

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    I have two younger brothers...and being a normal older brother and patriotic American, I used to beat them regularly...usually after one of them beat me in some type of sports game. The lessons they learned on those days have made them better men.

    If more older brothers took an interest in the social and physical development of their younger siblings our society would be a better place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Skippy View Post
    Me and my 2 brothers never fought.

    Not once.

    We just never got into it. I admit it is very strange.
    I never got mad at my brother. I'd just slowly count to 100.

    And then I'd pull his head out of the water.
    "Emevas,
    You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas View Post
    I never got mad at my brother. I'd just slowly count to 100.

    And then I'd pull his head out of the water.
    Nobody hears screams underwater.

    It is like a silencer for your mouth.

    Did you convince the dog to give snout to mouth?

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    Once, over a decade ago when I was doing stand up art I decided to show this newfangled ball kick block we were taught. So, in preparation I showed how to kick me and proceeded to kick him pretty much full force to the nuts.
    Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.

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    My brother tripped me down the steps. I got him back by shooting out his knees. Sure taught him.

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