To Thor is travel around an area looking like you're cooler and smarter than everyone else. Because you are.
Matt said he Thored around town but we knew he was lying.
dodane przez Griff Maloney kwiecień 27, 2004
A obsessive compulsive body builder typically seen in the gym from open until close no matter what day it might be hogging the equipment you want to use
"I think he knows my workout schedule he never fails to take the machine i need to use." "Fuck that Thor man lets go hit the free weights."
dodane przez Trey dudemister grudzień 11, 2007
Thor is the subject, in modern society, of a dualistic nature. In Norse Mythology, Thor is known as the son of Odin, wields the magic hammer, Mjolnir, and he is killed by the Midgard Serpent, Jormagund. But recently, through divine intervention, he has been revived through his eternal tie with the nectar of the Gods, beer. If Thor drank a beer now, its name would be Keystone Light and he would drink every Friday night in Morgantown at the CFC.

Thor is known through cult worship now as the God of the ancient practice of "beer pong."

What is "beer pong" you ask? Though its true meaning was lost some 2500 years ago, it still lives on within the heart of every college student in America. The "game" "beer pong" was originally created by the Norse Gods as a way to ease their stress in a competitive, heterosexual way. One God in particular excelled at the "game," Thor, and he gained much insight into celestial knowledge through it. In fact he was so infatuated with "beer pong" that he snuck it to the mortals on Earth behind the other God's backs, so they too could revel in its glory. Soon the people of Earth loved "beer pong" and all was good in the land.

Shortly after Thor was killed by Jormagund and the people lamented his death. "Beer pong" was ceased for seven years among Norse tribes after Thor's demise, in respect for its patron saint. The ancient practice soon fell into oblivion along with the Viking Boy Band, The Back-Fjord Boys and also a popular dance craze called, Smite the Christian.

Some 2500 years later, the spirit of Thor was revived and he once again bestowed the game "beer pong" upon the college students of America, who are known as the "chosen ones."

To this day Thor can beat anyone at beer pong and can still drink them under the table. Thor currently resides in Morgantown with his 157 wives which he rails every night...in succession, without respite. He also attends CFC every Friday night and manifests himself in human form within a lucky contender...usually Mon.

And the story continues...
My God, (insert name) is amazing, he owned that 1, 4, 6 split! The divine presence of Thor must be with him on this night.
dodane przez E-65 październik 06, 2006
"pronounced Thaw"

Insensitive yet paradoxically oversensitive little man carrying the same hairstyle since 1988. Only listens to music his parents like. Displays classic symptoms of short man syndrome, and often goes long periods without any social interaction with friends.
"Be careful of that Thor coming down the road, who knows what it will do"
dodane przez W Bonez kwiecień 26, 2007
Thor is the subject, in modern society, of a dualistic nature. In Norse Mythology, Thor is known as the son of Odin, wields the magic hammer, Mjolnir, and he is killed by the Midgard Serpent, Jormagund. But recently, through divine intervention, he has been revived through his eternal tie with the nectar of the Gods, beer. If Thor drank a beer now, its name would be Keystone Light and he would drink every Friday night in Morgantown at the CFC.

Thor is known through cult worship now as the God of the ancient practice of "beer pong."

What is "beer pong" you ask? Though its true meaning was lost some 2500 years ago, it still lives on within the heart of every college student in America. The "game" "beer pong" was originally created by the Norse Gods as a way to ease their stress in a competitive, heterosexual way. One God in particular excelled at the "game," Thor, and he gained much insight into celestial knowledge through it. In fact he was so infatuated with "beer pong" that he snuck it to the mortals on Earth behind the other God's backs, so they too could revel in its glory. Soon the people of Earth loved "beer pong" and all was good in the land.

Shortly after Thor was killed by Jormagund and the people lamented his death. "Beer pong" was ceased for seven years among Norse tribes after Thor's demise, in respect for its patron saint. The ancient practice soon fell into oblivion along with the Viking Boy Band, The Back-Fjord Boys and also a popular dance craze called, Smite the Christian.

Some 2500 years later, the spirit of Thor was revived and he once again bestowed the game "beer pong" upon the college students of America, who are known as the "chosen ones."

To this day Thor can beat anyone at beer pong and can still drink them under the table. Thor currently resides in Morgantown with his 157 wives which he rails every night...in succession, without respite. He also attends CFC every Friday night and manifests himself in human form within a lucky contender...usually Mon.

And the story continues...
My God, (insert name) is amazing, he owned that 1, 4, 6 split! The divine presence of Thor must be with him on this night.
dodane przez E-65 październik 07, 2006
Jon-Mikl Thor, the Canadian bodybuilder turned rocker and Z-rated movie star.
A.K.A. "The Legendary Rock Warrior", "Thunderhawk"

Let's tune our weapons!
dodane przez Andizzle4Life sierpień 17, 2005
The object of Thor is to sneak up behind your friend and cup your hands together as if you were holding a hammer. Then hit your friend as hard as you can and scream, "Thor!"
Doug was quite surprised when Joe snuck up and gave him a Thor.
dodane przez Jane Train Conductor maj 02, 2005

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