And I know Tom Hiddleston is in that, so I was all over it.
Oh my god, the first ten minutes I was like, screw this and I fast forwarded to the part where he’s there and he’s buying the horse, and I was all, YES.
And then I’m all happy, but then they’re doing a legit charging and bam he’s dead.
I was like, are you kidding me. LOL.
And then I proceeded to play tetris.
Oh, I was all over the leaderboards for air-plane tetris.
I called myself “Loki”.
BEAT MY SCORES GUYS.
She waited for the sun to rise.
Her feet ghosted over the wooden floor as she attempted to sneak out of their room, again. These impromptu sleep overs needed to stop. It wasn’t that she didn’t like being around them, it was the simple fact that if Tenzin didn’t see Korra in her room when he came around, usually an hour after the sun rose, he wouldn’t let her off of the island for a while.
She’d been going to visit them a lot lately. They were really the first friends she had made while in Republic City. Not only that but they needed that team bonding. Bolin was always the mediator of the feuds that went on between her and Mako. Like just last week…
Korra looks around. Maybe there was another Korra she was referring to? That had to be it. Had to be. But her eyes found nobody else. She awkwardly clears her throat and fights the blush that’s creeping onto her face. Korra is not flustered from embarrassment… rather from pent up anger. “He doesn’t. I would know because I’ve tried to make him,” she admits and coughs loudly afterwards.