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  • Darwins +373/-1

Gee, thanks, Loki. Because this is the work of a trickster. Luckily for humanity, none of is it real. :P

Nope, not Loki -- My uncle usually[1] fixes His mistakes (even if Thor and Auntie Freyja and Dad have to make Him do it).

Speaking as a trickster goddess, there's always a lesson of some sort hidden in the prank.  I'm not sure Christianity qualifies in this case.
 1. Unfortunately He couldn't undo the incident that resulted in Balder's death.
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kcrady You exist, and You're not evil. Better than Yahweh! January 08, 2014, 03:32:30 PM
jaimehlers Yep, Loki is a decent sort for a trickster god. January 07, 2014, 04:52:46 PM