1. Standard memberPhlabibit
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    22 Oct '05 05:29
    Praise be Hera!

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  2. Standard memberOmnislash
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    22 Oct '05 05:46
    WWTD

    What Would Thor Do
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    22 Oct '05 05:47
    Or Thor.
    I Myth him.
  4. Subscribersonhouse
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    22 Oct '05 06:37
    Originally posted by KneverKnight
    Or Thor.
    I Myth him.
    OK, You're getting me Thor now!
  5. Standard memberOmnislash
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    22 Oct '05 07:21
    Originally posted by KneverKnight
    Or Thor.
    I Myth him.
    Aw, come on! That get's two recs and I don't even get a lousy "LOL"? Talk about a Greek tragedy!
  6. Standard memberPhlabibit
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    22 Oct '05 14:26
    Originally posted by Omnislash
    Aw, come on! That get's two recs and I don't even get a lousy "LOL"? Talk about a Greek tragedy!
    It was good, I love ww?d jokes.

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  7. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    22 Oct '05 17:25
    Zeus is gay, like all Greeks.
  8. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    22 Oct '05 17:26
    Did the Romans and Greeks literally believe in their mythologies? I have asked this question numerous times and haven't received a satisfactory answer.
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    22 Oct '05 18:32
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Did the Romans and Greeks literally believe in their mythologies? I have asked this question numerous times and haven't received a satisfactory answer.
    After a read of The Apology, it seems that the prosecutors had to at least make a show of believing.
  10. Standard memberroyalchicken
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    22 Oct '05 19:26
    I just realised that my credo in life is to ask 'WWAD' about 70% of the time and 'WWLD' about 30%, where 'A' stands for Athena and 'L' for Loki. I invariably have a good day when this is adhered to, and a bad one when not. I've never formalised it this way before, but on reflection it's true.
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    22 Oct '05 19:57
    Originally posted by Omnislash
    WWTD

    What Would Thor Do
    Absolutely nothing as he derives from Norse mythology whereas Zeus derives form Greek mythology....Now if you had said what would Hercules do that would've made sense...uh..philistines
  12. Standard memberOmnislash
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    23 Oct '05 06:02
    Originally posted by Vladamir no1
    Absolutely nothing as he derives from Norse mythology whereas Zeus derives form Greek mythology....Now if you had said what would Hercules do that would've made sense...uh..philistines
    Yes, yes, I know, but Thor is so much fun!

    Take for example such questions as:

    What would Thor do.....if he ran out of beer?

    What would Thor do.....if he had to wait in a long line at the grocery store?

    What would Thor do......if someone cut him off during rush hour?

    Zeus? Pah! His only answer for everything is to toss a lightning bolt at it or polymorph into it so he can have sex with it. While I find both a bit amusing, I don't think they produce anything quite as good as Thor. Oh, sure, I bet theres plenty of the lightning bolts and weird sex acts, but Thor is a bit more versatile. 😉
  13. Standard memberWulebgr
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    23 Oct '05 19:16
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Did the Romans and Greeks literally believe in their mythologies? I have asked this question numerous times and haven't received a satisfactory answer.
    No one believed anything literally until the American mis-education system produced Jerry Falwell in the twentieth century. Indeed, to say something was literally true once meant, "close but no bananas." Unfortunately, the English language has fallen into the hands of folks that are illiterate in every language.
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