Always thought the first one, honestly...you have to tell him this NOW?

Always thought the first one, honestly...you have to tell him this NOW?

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Worst father of...ever goes to John <\3 <-- He and Odin should meet up sometime....

Worst father of...ever goes to John <\3 <-- He and Odin should meet up sometime....

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Nordic Yggdrasil Tree… For all you Norwegians out there with Viking ancestors.

Nordic Yggdrasil Tree… For all you Norwegians out there with Viking ancestors.

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Odin, father of Thor

Odin, father of Thor

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You can see in his eyes how much Odin's words hurt him. Odin knew just what to say to strike a cord, and it was cruel...

You can see in his eyes how much Odin's words hurt him. Odin knew just what to say to strike a cord, and it was cruel...

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The pantheon of Norse gods.  Key figures include: Odin, father of the gods; Thor, the thunder god; Frigg, Odin's wife; Frey and Freya; Balde...

The pantheon of Norse gods. Key figures include: Odin, father of the gods; Thor, the thunder god; Frigg, Odin's wife; Frey and Freya; Balde...

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way to go, Odin. A+ parenting. This is basically how it went.   Oh yeah, that's right. You ARE a stolen relic.   Oooh. That was exhausting. Looks like the Odin Sleep may hit a little early this year... Nighty night Loki.

way to go, Odin. A+ parenting. This is basically how it went. Oh yeah, that's right. You ARE a stolen relic. Oooh. That was exhausting. Looks like the Odin Sleep may hit a little early this year... Nighty night Loki.

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Rune, Uppsala, s. XI, by Gamlta Torget. Germanic mythology gave great valor to the writing, which was runic. This knowledge was acquired with suffering. Odin, father of the gods, suffered nine days of fasting and pain to reach this knowledge.

Rune, Uppsala, s. XI, by Gamlta Torget. Germanic mythology gave great valor to the writing, which was runic. This knowledge was acquired with suffering. Odin, father of the gods, suffered nine days of fasting and pain to reach this knowledge.

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A statue of Odin, the all father and head god of the Nordic pantheon
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