“No, I don’t think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly. That’s what’s wrong with you. You should be kissed and often, and by someone who knows how.” ~ Rhett Butler, Gone with the Wind
Alright, ladies, I know you can agree with me on this one. If you’re still reading my posts, then I know you feel the same way about Loki as I do.
I want to grab him by the leather and kiss that damnable smirk right off his lips. Oh yes, brooding anti hero or villain, it doesn’t matter. He’s kissable…from his rage filled tantrums down to his pouting puppy-dog pleas. But there’s another reason why this trait resonates with how I feel about Loki.
I chose the quote from Rhett Butler because in some ways, Loki reminds me of Scarlett. Vain, selfish, entitled, egotistical, and ambitious…to name a few. Loki needs a woman who balances him like Rhett balances Scarlett. They’re two of a kind, but yet different enough to counterbalance each other. They are unafraid to call each other on their bullshit and compliment the other in ways which only enhance them as individuals.
So read the quote again…as a woman to Loki. See what I mean. It’s a challenge as well as an invitation. While a mere kiss from a hundred different women wouldn’t satisfy Loki, a single comment such as Rhett’s to Scarlett would ignite a desire inside of him. Attain the unattainable.
A man loves a confident woman. Give him what he wants without protest or hard work on his part, and he’ll not think twice about you. Be a mystery, give him a riddle to solve, and he will see what a treasure you truly are.
Oh yeah, make him work for that kiss…it will make the claiming that much sweeter.
Don’t you agree?