Similar to in “Thor: Love and Thunder,” the mythological goats — whose authentic names are Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr — act as Thor’s locomotion when he travels the geographical regions (by the use of Skjalden). Regardless of this, the legendary God of Thunder has been identified to slaughter his trusty goats and dinner party on them now and again.
Thankfully, the goats are a ways from atypical animals, so being eaten is not somewhat as deadly for them as you may assume. So long as their pores and skin and bones stay, Thor is in a position to carry Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder again to lifestyles — regardless that if the bones are broken, the revived animal will nonetheless have to maintain the damaged bone.
As such, the MCU Thor’s semi-accidental eating-themed remark would possibly point out that the goats know Norwegian mythology a ways higher than he does, since they straight away cross lifeless silent after listening to it. Fortunately for the goat duo, this Thor does not display any need towards in reality dining the deficient creatures … no less than, on this movie.