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Check out the Five Famous Thor Quotes!

Hello good morning! How’s life? Today I am going to tell you about the five famous Thor quotes. Why am I going to tell you about this? Because I love Thor, the main character in the Thor movie. Yeah! It must be! The character of Thor himself is played by an actor who is truly famous. Do you know? his name is Brad Pitt. Angelina Jolie’s husband, I mean ex maybe. Lol!!!
Like most Asgard people, Thor is indeed known for his formal speech and accents that boast of themselves. The lightning god managed to display a funny figure.

Funny dialogues are often spoken by Thor who feels great. To warm up before watching ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, here are 5 quote that have been said by the Lightning God.

  1. “This drink, I like it! ANOTHER!” – ‘Thor’ (2011)
    Thor said the sentence after asking the waiter to refill his coffee at a New Mexico restaurant. Thor also accidentally broke the coffee cup. Marvel also released a deleted scene to show Thor to return to the restaurant and replace the cup he destroyed.
  2. “Do I look to be in a gaming mood?” – ‘The Avengers’ (2012)
    Bored with Loki’s behavior which continues to disrupt the Avengers team, Thor invites Loki to speak privately. A conversation between brothers and sisters. Thor did not have time for further ado and urged Loki to return to Asgard before the chaos that was made was getting worse.
  3. “You people are so petty, and tiny.” – ‘The Avengers’ (2012)
    Under Loki’s supervision, the Avengers began to argue and made the atmosphere not conducive to blaming each other. Thor’s comment is a satire that states how small the hero is to protect humanity.
  4. “Fortunately, I am mighty!” ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ (2015)
    A god is certainly very strong and the strength Thor has often benefited him. Like when Scarlet Witch influenced his mind, Thor stated that his strength could protect himself from the deception of the mind. However, it turns out Thor still gets the strange and frightening vision.
  5. “He’s adopted.” – ‘The Avengers’ (2012)
    Thor firmly said that Loki was his brother to defend Loki in front of the Avengers. However, after the Black Widow gave a warning and calculated the total damage done by Loki, Thor corrected his words by saying that Loki was an adopted child.