All I know about Vikings and Norse mythology is what I gleaned from the Marvel universe and other TV shows. One thing I know that they preferred to burn the bodies of their dead by setting them afloat in ships that were on fire.
If your cat is a cat, and your cat almost certainly is, it almost definitely doesn’t like having its ears touched in any way. After all, cats use their hearing to constantly survey their environments and position their ears for communication.
Raiding and pillaging? You better plan it all out. The best way to do that is to sit at this viking longboat conference table and go over your impending attack step by step. Your business is all about conquering – and business is good.
If you have ever wanted your own Viking ship, now is your chance to buy one and sail the high seas. If you have a spare $400,000(USD), that is. With that kind of money, you’ll want to get some armor, a horned helm and take some friends, as you sail toward your next battle.
A debate has raged among historians and archaeologists for decades over how the Vikings were able to navigate their ships. There have been some reports in ancient literature of a navigational aid used by Vikings called a “glowing sunstone.”
It’s a little-known fact, but apparently Boba Fett fought his earliest battles in the old Norse seas. At least that’s what I’ve gleaned from my phony-made-up-history lesson learned from staring at this Boba Fett helmet:
We like our LEGO around here, and a video has turned up that uses LEGO to create a heavy metal stop motion video of glorious righteousness. Be sure to imagine that last bit said in the voice of Jack Black for full effect.