Real-Life “Thor” Poses With Floofy Pom, Melts Loins Everywhere
Move over, Chris Hemsworth — there’s a new Thor in town, and he’s basically the real deal. Did we mention he’s single?
Coming in at a mammoth 6’6, Lasse Matberg has taken Instagram by storm by storm in recent weeks. With his flowing golden locks, epic beard and bodacious bod, the 30-year-old Norwegian has drawn comparisons to everyone’s favourite Norse god, Thor, and we’ve gotta say — the resemblance is pretty striking (not to mention easy on the eyes!).
Matberg is an officer in the Royal Norwegian Navy and his Instagram is chockfull of pictures of him chopping wood, all done up in various military uniforms and (most importantly) cuddling tiny, fluffy puppies.
The pup in question is a tiny, floofy Pomeranian pup named Junior, who sometimes hams it up in photos with the flaxen-haired hunk. No word on whether Junior actually belongs to Matberg or if he just uses the adorable fluff ball to catch some “tail” (heh heh).
Additionally, Matberg insists he really is quite shy and is having a tough time coping with all the attention he’s receiving from women (surrrrrrrre). And great news for all you single ladies out there — Thor Jr. just got out of a 5 year long relationship and is looking for love once again.
Something tells us he won’t be looking for long.
See below for some smouldering pics of Matberg and Junior. Hungry for more? Check him out on Instagram.
Looks like Junior also attended the Zoolander school of modelling.
Summer, winter? Whatever. We’d hang out with these two gorgeous blonds no matter what the season.
Well, hello there…
This guy can shield us from the harsh winds of winter any time.
[Source: Daily Mail]
Christina Peden is a lifelong animal lover and avid wordsmith. She lives in Toronto with her boyfriend Ryan where they are proud pet parents to puppy, Matilda and cat, Oscar. In her spare time, she can be found enjoying Toronto, Canada's all-too-short patio season, taking advantage of the city's numerous parks or curled up with a good book.
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