Ink Pen by Phil Dunlap for October 21, 2010

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    mrsullenbeauty  almost 13 years ago

    I bet he’s wishing he was in a nice, cozy mine right about now.

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    zero  almost 13 years ago

    I sure hope that’s the perspective angle of her approach & she’s not directly behind him…

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    Coyoty Premium Member almost 13 years ago

    She is indeed directly behind him. But not behind his behavior. He’s about to become very aware of his behind.

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    Jml58  almost 13 years ago

    Tyr´s wife is a giantess.

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    PlaidWolf  almost 13 years ago

    She is the shortest giant in her family…but dont say that out loud…she is very sensitive to that sort of thing..

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    ottomaeshun  almost 13 years ago

    I feel a flat Tyr coming on.

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    PierrePoirier  almost 13 years ago

    I wonder if Tyr’s wife sings.

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    cwreenactor  almost 13 years ago

    Uf da! (That’s Norse for “Oy vey!”)

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    MisngNOLA  almost 13 years ago

    “She’s actual size but she seems much larger to me.”

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    taker48  almost 13 years ago

    I’m about 5’ 5” any lady that’s taller than me I’d avoid thank you

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    runar  almost 13 years ago

    The jǫtunar, also called þursar, are not necessarily of great size. Most of the ones who play significant roles in the eddas and tales are of generally human proportions. Others are of great size (on one occasion, Þórr and his companions spent the night in what they thought was a cave, but was actually a giant’s glove) or monstrous in form. Those of the jǫtunar who mated with the Æsir were alike enough in form to be able to cross-breed.

    On the other hand, only one item in Old Norse literature mentions Týr having a consort or a wife (the Lokasenna).

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    tsandl  almost 13 years ago

    Lutefisk: the piece of cod that passeth all understanding

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