#you know thor is gonna go throw his room all ‘I USED TO HAVE ONE!’ just so he can give it to jane so she can take apart #maybe he can’t find out and asks volstagg for one bc his kids have 300 #but also!!! THAT SOMETHING AS SIMPLE AS AN ASGARDIAN BALL IS SO ADVANCED #and jane finds such wonder in it #and even when she realised that it’s ball it doesn’t take away from it #and thor doesn’t mock her for it #he thinks it’s cute #he’s definitely gonna find that ball #he’s sure he had one #maybe he broke it
Yeah, I can’t resist to reblog just to remind everybody that Thor fell for Jane Foster in the first place because she was so damn clever, and curious, and passionate about her work, and obstinate, and he was impressed and amazed and so touched to see the humans more resourceful than he thought and hey, here is another bit of Thor’s personality, he’s just so happy to have been proven wrong now that it allows him to see the best in people—
I just fail to understand why so many would dislike Jane Foster, and even more erase her character from their works; she is absolutely marvellous, both unbelievable and terribly realistic, adorable and awkward, driven but sweet, kind but relentless, and so fucking gifted. And there are people wondering why Thor is interested in her?! Argh!
Also this scene is quite wonderful: you have two people who had a crush on each other last time they met, but who have been unable to see each other since, and the current events are hardly allowing them to get to know each other better—and they kinda find themselves in the same situation they were last time, and you see how they reconnect and it’s just perfect. Perfectly untimely and a little bit tragic, too.
Plus, let’s not forget the things they’ve been through together. Even if it was just what, two days? In those two days they got to know each other better than some couples during decades of matrimony. The physical timestream and (in some cases multiple) emotional timestreams are not always necessarily congruent.
Under normal circumstances, it would take Jane years to trust someone like that, if she does so at all. But they meet under extraordinary circumstances, both desperate and dependent on each other’s help. They get to see and appreciate each other very clearly, they come to risk their lives for each other (and in one case at least that’s not an empty promise).
It’s true that by the end of their short time together, they may not have been lovers, but they were very close, very intimate, on an empathic level, something we cannot assume either of them has ever been with another person before. Such a special bond you don’t just forget and be done with. Such a thing haunts you, and you’d be a fool not to go after it.