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Poseidon: faheys: Athena is no fan of Poseidon, but if you鈥檙e going to save the world, I鈥檓 the best person to keep you from messing up.聽
Poseidon: faheys:

Athena is no fan of Poseidon, but if you鈥檙e going to save the world, I鈥檓 the best person to keep you from messing up.聽

faheys: Athena is no fan of Poseidon, but if you鈥檙e going to save the world, I鈥檓 the best person to keep you from messing up.聽

Poseidon: 544 With the new Little Mermaid coming out, I think we all know who should be cast as Poseidon
Poseidon: 544
With the new Little Mermaid coming out, I think we all know who should be cast as Poseidon

With the new Little Mermaid coming out, I think we all know who should be cast as Poseidon

Poseidon: Medusa was defendin herself rs geekremix: xenaamazon: awkward-dark-mori-girl: takealookatyourlife: takealookatyourlife: Athena blessed her with the ability to protect herself and men beheaded her for it. That鈥檚 actually a really intetesting intpretation of it I hadn鈥檛 thought of. Most people seem to think Athena turned Medusa into a gorgon as punishment for defiling her temple, but thinking that she did so to protect her from being abused again is interesting and I like it! Athena鈥檚 hands were tied. Yes, she was a powerful Goddess, but she was very much a woman in a 鈥渂oys club鈥, and the true offending party (don鈥檛 think for a moment that Athena blamed Medusa for being raped in the temple, Athena knows better) held all the cards. There was nothing that Athena could do to punish the true criminal, and she was expected to punish Medusa by everyone else. What鈥檚 a Goddess to do when she cannot punish those who need to be punished and is expected to punish not only the truly innocent party, but her most beloved follower? Use that incredible brain power she had to protect Medusa at all costs, and of course the men would see it as punishment, to be have her beauty stripped from her and sent to live in the shadows. Medusa should have been KILLED for supposedly defiling the temple, whether she truly did or not, but she was given the gift of life, and the ability to protect herself and her daughters (who she bore thanks to Poseidon). This is why Medusa鈥檚 image was used to signify woman鈥檚 shelters and safe houses. Medusa means 鈥済uardian; protectress鈥, and she was. holy shit.
Poseidon: Medusa
 was
 defendin
 herself
 rs
geekremix:
xenaamazon:

awkward-dark-mori-girl:

takealookatyourlife:

takealookatyourlife:
Athena blessed her with the ability to protect herself and men beheaded her for it.

That鈥檚 actually a really intetesting intpretation of it I hadn鈥檛 thought of. Most people seem to think Athena turned Medusa into a gorgon as punishment for defiling her temple, but thinking that she did so to protect her from being abused again is interesting and I like it!


Athena鈥檚 hands were tied. Yes, she was a powerful Goddess, but she was very much a woman in a 鈥渂oys club鈥, and the true offending party (don鈥檛 think for a moment that Athena blamed Medusa for being raped in the temple, Athena knows better) held all the cards. There was nothing that Athena could do to punish the true criminal, and she was expected to punish Medusa by everyone else. What鈥檚 a Goddess to do when she cannot punish those who need to be punished and is expected to punish not only the truly innocent party, but her most beloved follower? Use that incredible brain power she had to protect Medusa at all costs, and of course the men would see it as punishment, to be have her beauty stripped from her and sent to live in the shadows. Medusa should have been KILLED for supposedly defiling the temple, whether she truly did or not, but she was given the gift of life, and the ability to protect herself and her daughters (who she bore thanks to Poseidon). This is why Medusa鈥檚 image was used to signify woman鈥檚 shelters and safe houses.
Medusa means 鈥済uardian; protectress鈥, and she was.

holy shit.

geekremix: xenaamazon: awkward-dark-mori-girl: takealookatyourlife: takealookatyourlife: Athena blessed her with the ability to protec...

Poseidon: The Kiss of Poseidon
Poseidon: The Kiss of Poseidon

The Kiss of Poseidon

Poseidon: Medusa was defendin herself rs virtuous-thing: geekremix: xenaamazon: awkward-dark-mori-girl: takealookatyourlife: takealookatyourlife: Athena blessed her with the ability to protect herself and men beheaded her for it. That鈥檚 actually a really intetesting intpretation of it I hadn鈥檛 thought of. Most people seem to think Athena turned Medusa into a gorgon as punishment for defiling her temple, but thinking that she did so to protect her from being abused again is interesting and I like it! Athena鈥檚 hands were tied. Yes, she was a powerful Goddess, but she was very much a woman in a 鈥渂oys club鈥, and the true offending party (don鈥檛 think for a moment that Athena blamed Medusa for being raped in the temple, Athena knows better) held all the cards. There was nothing that Athena could do to punish the true criminal, and she was expected to punish Medusa by everyone else. What鈥檚 a Goddess to do when she cannot punish those who need to be punished and is expected to punish not only the truly innocent party, but her most beloved follower? Use that incredible brain power she had to protect Medusa at all costs, and of course the men would see it as punishment, to be have her beauty stripped from her and sent to live in the shadows. Medusa should have been KILLED for supposedly defiling the temple, whether she truly did or not, but she was given the gift of life, and the ability to protect herself and her daughters (who she bore thanks to Poseidon). This is why Medusa鈥檚 image was used to signify woman鈥檚 shelters and safe houses. Medusa means 鈥済uardian; protectress鈥, and she was. holy shit. Feministic mythology is what I鈥檓 here for
Poseidon: Medusa
 was
 defendin
 herself
 rs
virtuous-thing:
geekremix:

xenaamazon:

awkward-dark-mori-girl:

takealookatyourlife:

takealookatyourlife:
Athena blessed her with the ability to protect herself and men beheaded her for it.

That鈥檚 actually a really intetesting intpretation of it I hadn鈥檛 thought of. Most people seem to think Athena turned Medusa into a gorgon as punishment for defiling her temple, but thinking that she did so to protect her from being abused again is interesting and I like it!


Athena鈥檚 hands were tied. Yes, she was a powerful Goddess, but she was very much a woman in a 鈥渂oys club鈥, and the true offending party (don鈥檛 think for a moment that Athena blamed Medusa for being raped in the temple, Athena knows better) held all the cards. There was nothing that Athena could do to punish the true criminal, and she was expected to punish Medusa by everyone else. What鈥檚 a Goddess to do when she cannot punish those who need to be punished and is expected to punish not only the truly innocent party, but her most beloved follower? Use that incredible brain power she had to protect Medusa at all costs, and of course the men would see it as punishment, to be have her beauty stripped from her and sent to live in the shadows. Medusa should have been KILLED for supposedly defiling the temple, whether she truly did or not, but she was given the gift of life, and the ability to protect herself and her daughters (who she bore thanks to Poseidon). This is why Medusa鈥檚 image was used to signify woman鈥檚 shelters and safe houses.
Medusa means 鈥済uardian; protectress鈥, and she was.

holy shit.


Feministic mythology is what I鈥檓 here for

virtuous-thing: geekremix: xenaamazon: awkward-dark-mori-girl: takealookatyourlife: takealookatyourlife: Athena blessed her with the...

Poseidon: O11:37 lancerbuck billysquirrel Followw just-shower-thoughts Mammals both produce milk and have hain Ergo, a coconut is a mammal maliwanhellfires I know you're being facetious, but this is an actual issue with morphology-based phylogeny castiel-for-king Deactivated *leans over and whispers to person beside me* what are they talking about sonneillonv leans over and whispers back* Human ability to quantify and categorize natural phenomena is sketchy at best and wildly misleading at worst nonlinear-nonsubjective consider the coconut bemusedlybespectacled this reminds me of that time Plato defined humans as "featherless bipeds" and Diogenes ran in with a plucked chicken screaming "BEHOLD A MAN!" erotic-yoddeling i love how you say "it reminds me of that time" like you were there heartgemsona listen if an immortal feels brave and supported enough to come out we should respect them This post is a journey virtuous-thing 1 Reblog 1 Respect dovewithscales I maintain that humans started attempting classify animals, and some god or another made the platypus, and is still laughing messy-scandinoodle Zeus: *hits joint* okay so like. It's gonna have a duck bill right. But an otter body okay? And then a beaver tail. It's a mammal. But. It lays eggs! Hades: wait wait dude. Give it. Give it poison Make it poisonous dovewithscales Athena: You mean venomous, and make sure the eggs have both reptile and bird traits Hermes: *takes the joint* Give it extra senses Poseidon: It should be aquatic. hyratel I MEAN where's the lie dovewithscales Demeter:... And where exactly do you expect me to put this? Everyone: Australia pepoluan This thread goes every which way and is a glorious thing begat by Tumblr 337,354 notes But where did you get the coconuts?
Poseidon: O11:37
 lancerbuck
 billysquirrel Followw
 just-shower-thoughts
 Mammals both produce milk and have hain
 Ergo, a coconut is a mammal
 maliwanhellfires
 I know you're being facetious, but this is an
 actual issue with morphology-based phylogeny
 castiel-for-king Deactivated
 *leans over and whispers to person beside me*
 what are they talking about
 sonneillonv
 leans over and whispers back* Human ability
 to quantify and categorize natural phenomena
 is sketchy at best and wildly misleading at
 worst
 nonlinear-nonsubjective
 consider the coconut
 bemusedlybespectacled
 this reminds me of that time Plato defined
 humans as "featherless bipeds" and Diogenes
 ran in with a plucked chicken
 screaming "BEHOLD A MAN!"
 erotic-yoddeling
 i love how you say "it reminds me of that time"
 like you were there
 heartgemsona
 listen if an immortal feels brave and supported
 enough to come out we should respect them
 This post is a journey
 virtuous-thing
 1 Reblog 1 Respect
 dovewithscales
 I maintain that humans started attempting
 classify animals, and some god or another
 made the platypus, and is still laughing
 messy-scandinoodle
 Zeus: *hits joint* okay so like. It's gonna have a
 duck bill right. But an otter body okay? And then
 a beaver tail. It's a mammal. But. It lays eggs!
 Hades: wait wait dude. Give it. Give it poison
 Make it poisonous
 dovewithscales
 Athena: You mean venomous, and make sure
 the eggs have both reptile and bird traits
 Hermes: *takes the joint* Give it extra senses
 Poseidon: It should be aquatic.
 hyratel
 I MEAN where's the lie
 dovewithscales
 Demeter:... And where exactly do you expect
 me to put this?
 Everyone: Australia
 pepoluan
 This thread goes every which way and is a
 glorious thing begat by Tumblr
 337,354 notes
But where did you get the coconuts?

But where did you get the coconuts?

Poseidon: Medusa was defendin herself rs virtuous-thing: geekremix: xenaamazon: awkward-dark-mori-girl: takealookatyourlife: takealookatyourlife: Athena blessed her with the ability to protect herself and men beheaded her for it. That鈥檚 actually a really intetesting intpretation of it I hadn鈥檛 thought of. Most people seem to think Athena turned Medusa into a gorgon as punishment for defiling her temple, but thinking that she did so to protect her from being abused again is interesting and I like it! Athena鈥檚 hands were tied. Yes, she was a powerful Goddess, but she was very much a woman in a 鈥渂oys club鈥, and the true offending party (don鈥檛 think for a moment that Athena blamed Medusa for being raped in the temple, Athena knows better) held all the cards. There was nothing that Athena could do to punish the true criminal, and she was expected to punish Medusa by everyone else. What鈥檚 a Goddess to do when she cannot punish those who need to be punished and is expected to punish not only the truly innocent party, but her most beloved follower? Use that incredible brain power she had to protect Medusa at all costs, and of course the men would see it as punishment, to be have her beauty stripped from her and sent to live in the shadows. Medusa should have been KILLED for supposedly defiling the temple, whether she truly did or not, but she was given the gift of life, and the ability to protect herself and her daughters (who she bore thanks to Poseidon). This is why Medusa鈥檚 image was used to signify woman鈥檚 shelters and safe houses. Medusa means 鈥済uardian; protectress鈥, and she was. holy shit. Feministic mythology is what I鈥檓 here for
Poseidon: Medusa
 was
 defendin
 herself
 rs
virtuous-thing:

geekremix:

xenaamazon:

awkward-dark-mori-girl:

takealookatyourlife:

takealookatyourlife:
Athena blessed her with the ability to protect herself and men beheaded her for it.

That鈥檚 actually a really intetesting intpretation of it I hadn鈥檛 thought of. Most people seem to think Athena turned Medusa into a gorgon as punishment for defiling her temple, but thinking that she did so to protect her from being abused again is interesting and I like it!


Athena鈥檚 hands were tied. Yes, she was a powerful Goddess, but she was very much a woman in a 鈥渂oys club鈥, and the true offending party (don鈥檛 think for a moment that Athena blamed Medusa for being raped in the temple, Athena knows better) held all the cards. There was nothing that Athena could do to punish the true criminal, and she was expected to punish Medusa by everyone else. What鈥檚 a Goddess to do when she cannot punish those who need to be punished and is expected to punish not only the truly innocent party, but her most beloved follower? Use that incredible brain power she had to protect Medusa at all costs, and of course the men would see it as punishment, to be have her beauty stripped from her and sent to live in the shadows. Medusa should have been KILLED for supposedly defiling the temple, whether she truly did or not, but she was given the gift of life, and the ability to protect herself and her daughters (who she bore thanks to Poseidon). This is why Medusa鈥檚 image was used to signify woman鈥檚 shelters and safe houses.
Medusa means 鈥済uardian; protectress鈥, and she was.

holy shit.


Feministic mythology is what I鈥檓 here for

virtuous-thing: geekremix: xenaamazon: awkward-dark-mori-girl: takealookatyourlife: takealookatyourlife: Athena blessed her with the...

Poseidon: 0 B/s 12:06 am @ 22% D bixgirl1 just-shower-thoughts Mammals both produce milk and have hair Ergo, a coconut is a mammal maliwanhellfires I know you're being facetious, but this is an actual issue with morphology-based phylogeny castiel-for-king leans over and whispers to person beside me* what are they talking about sonneillonv leans over and whispers back* Human ability to quantify and categorize natural phenomena is sketchy at best and wildly misleading at worst nonlinear-nonsubjective consider the coconut bemusedlybespectacled this reminds me of that time Plato defined humans as "featherless bipeds" and Diogenes ran in with a plucked chicken screaming "BEHOLD A MAN! erotic-yoddeling i love how you say "it reminds me of that time" like you were there heartgemsona listen if an immortal feels brave and supported enough to come out we should respect them This post is a journey virtuous-thing 1 Reblog 1 Respect dovewithscales I maintain that humans started attempting classify animals, and some god or another made the platypus, and is still laughing. messy-scandinoodle Zeus: *hits joint* okay so like. It's gonna have a duck bill right. But an otter body okay? And then a beaver tail. It's a mammal. But. It lays eggs! Hades: wait wait dude. Give it. Give it poison Make it poisonous dovewithscales Athena: You mean venomous, and make sure the eggs have both reptile and bird traits Hermes: *takes the joint* Give it extra senses Poseidon: It should be aquatic. hyratel I MEAN where's the lie dovewithscales Demeter: And where exactly do you expect me to put this? Everyone: Australia. giada-luna Reblogging for that last exchange brainwad Dionysus slips in at the last minute and makes it sweat milk Source: just-shower-thoughts Coconut, a mammal.
Poseidon: 0 B/s
 12:06 am
 @
 22% D
 bixgirl1
 just-shower-thoughts
 Mammals both produce milk and have hair
 Ergo, a coconut is a mammal
 maliwanhellfires
 I know you're being facetious, but this is
 an actual issue with morphology-based
 phylogeny
 castiel-for-king
 leans over and whispers to person beside
 me* what are they talking about
 sonneillonv
 leans over and whispers back* Human
 ability to quantify and categorize natural
 phenomena is sketchy at best and wildly
 misleading at worst
 nonlinear-nonsubjective
 consider the coconut
 bemusedlybespectacled
 this reminds me of that time Plato defined
 humans as "featherless bipeds" and
 Diogenes ran in with a plucked chicken
 screaming "BEHOLD A MAN!
 erotic-yoddeling
 i love how you say "it reminds me of that time"
 like you were there
 heartgemsona
 listen if an immortal feels brave and
 supported enough to come out we should
 respect them
 This post is a journey
 virtuous-thing
 1 Reblog 1 Respect
 dovewithscales
 I maintain that humans started attempting
 classify animals, and some god or another
 made the platypus, and is still laughing.
 messy-scandinoodle
 Zeus: *hits joint* okay so like. It's gonna have
 a duck bill right. But an otter body okay? And
 then a beaver tail. It's a mammal. But. It lays
 eggs!
 Hades: wait wait dude. Give it. Give it poison
 Make it poisonous
 dovewithscales
 Athena: You mean venomous, and make sure
 the eggs have both reptile and bird traits
 Hermes: *takes the joint* Give it extra senses
 Poseidon: It should be aquatic.
 hyratel
 I MEAN where's the lie
 dovewithscales
 Demeter: And where exactly do you expect
 me to put this?
 Everyone: Australia.
 giada-luna
 Reblogging for that last exchange
 brainwad
 Dionysus slips in at the last minute and
 makes it sweat milk
 Source: just-shower-thoughts
Coconut, a mammal.

Coconut, a mammal.

Poseidon: I dig this for a couple of reasons. First, it's got great style. Perhaps more interestingly though, is that it's a very different tone as far as the direction of aggression. Most people know the Clash of the Titans version where she's on the hunt for him once he shows up. But let's face it, Medusa really gets the shaft from destiny overal She starts out as a priestess in a temple who gets raped by Poseidon and gets cursed for it as if it was all her fault. The result is that she's basically doomed to live without human contact for eternity. Then she's hunted down specifically for her head by a demigod whose got all sorts of great toys and backing to get the job done and depicted as some sort of horrible monster for defending her turf from folks out to kill her There are some really interesting theories about regarding just what the whole 'gorgon thing was really about from a historical perspective. It's really quite a tragic tale about the rise of patriarchy and the purge of goddess-centric worshipers. There are also parallels to the Apollo versus Typhon story which is part of the same0 era. Harsh. See, even the demystified stories from ancient times are fascinating! deviantart Medusa by "MattRhodes Reblogging for commentary I wish there were more nuanced portrayals of Medusa than as just a scary. snake lady Not to mention all this shit went down while she was pregnant with twins, the Pegasus and the giant Chrysaor, as a result from the rape Perseus would mount Pegasus, and use him and Medusa's head to kill a sea monster, thus winning him a wife, Andromeda. Medusa was cursed by the very goddess she served, Athena, who also gave Perseus the mirrored shield he used to slay her. Raped, betrayed by her god, hunted down like a beast in her own home while she was pregnant, her own children stolen from her and used to glorify and aide her killers and betrayers. And she's supposed to be the monster? ei That's hoW Greek men saw the myth. Greek women viewed it as Athena protecting Medusa by giving her the power to make any man who looked at her completely harmless. Her head was used as a symbol to mark women's shelters in ancient Greece. 銆 Friendly reminder to remember that women have their own vivid lives and cultures and that the stories which are preserved today come through a heavy filter of gender, race, and class biases VIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM srsfunny:I Dig This For A Couple Of Reasons
Poseidon: I dig this for a couple of reasons.
 First, it's got great style.
 Perhaps more interestingly though, is that it's a very
 different tone as far as the direction of aggression. Most
 people know the Clash of the Titans version where
 she's on the hunt for him once he shows up. But let's
 face it, Medusa really gets the shaft from destiny overal
 She starts out as a priestess in a temple who gets raped
 by Poseidon and gets cursed for it as if it was all her
 fault. The result is that she's basically doomed to live
 without human contact for eternity. Then she's hunted
 down specifically for her head by a demigod whose got
 all sorts of great toys and backing to get the job done
 and depicted as some sort of horrible monster for
 defending her turf from folks out to kill her
 There are some really interesting theories about
 regarding just what the whole 'gorgon thing was really
 about from a historical perspective. It's really quite a
 tragic tale about the rise of patriarchy and the purge of
 goddess-centric worshipers. There are also parallels to
 the Apollo versus Typhon story which is part of the same0
 era. Harsh.
 See, even the demystified stories from ancient times are
 fascinating!
 deviantart
 Medusa by "MattRhodes
 Reblogging for commentary
 I wish there were more nuanced portrayals of Medusa than as
 just a scary. snake lady
 Not to mention all this shit went down while she was pregnant with
 twins, the Pegasus and the giant Chrysaor, as a result from the rape
 Perseus would mount Pegasus, and use him and Medusa's head to
 kill a sea monster, thus winning him a wife, Andromeda. Medusa was
 cursed by the very goddess she served, Athena, who also gave
 Perseus the mirrored shield he used to slay her. Raped, betrayed by
 her god, hunted down like a beast in her own home while she was
 pregnant, her own children stolen from her and used to glorify and
 aide her killers and betrayers. And she's supposed to be the monster?
 ei
 That's hoW Greek men saw the myth. Greek women viewed it as
 Athena protecting Medusa by giving her the power to make any
 man who looked at her completely harmless. Her head was used as
 a symbol to mark women's shelters in ancient Greece.
 銆
 Friendly reminder to remember that women have their own vivid lives and
 cultures and that the stories which are preserved today come through a
 heavy filter of gender, race, and class biases
 VIA THEMETAPICTURE.COM
srsfunny:I Dig This For A Couple Of Reasons

srsfunny:I Dig This For A Couple Of Reasons

Poseidon: Caligula declares war on Poseidon (~40 AD)
Poseidon: Caligula declares war on Poseidon (~40 AD)

Caligula declares war on Poseidon (~40 AD)

Poseidon: just-shower-thoughts Mammals both produce milk and have hair. Ergo, a coconut is a mammal. maliwanhellfires I know you're being facetious, but this is an actual issue with morphology-based phylogeny. castiel-for-king leans over and whispers to person beside me* what are they talking about sonneillonv leans over and whispers back* Human ability to quantify and categorize natural phenomena is sketchy at best and wildly misleading at worst nonlinear-nonsubjective consider the coconut bemusedlybespectacled this reminds me of that time Plato defined humans as "featherless bipeds" and Diogenes ran in with a plucked chicken screaming "BEHOLD A MAN!" erotic-yoddeling i love how you say "it reminds me of that time" like you were there heartgemsona listen if an immortal feels brave and supported enough to come out we should respect them This post is a journey virtuous-thing 1 Reblog 1 Respect dovewithscales I maintain that humans started attempting classify animals, and some god or another made the platypus, and is still laughing messy-scandinoodle Zeus: *hits joint* okay so like. It's gonna have a duck bill right. But an otter body okay? And then a beaver tail. It's a mammal. But. It lays eggs! Hades: wait wait dude. Give it. Give it poison. Make it poisonous dovewithscales Athena: You mean venomous, and make sure the eggs have both reptile and bird traits Hermes: *takes the joint* Give it extra senses Poseidon: It should be aquatic hyratel I MEAN where's the lie dovewithscales Demeter: .. And where exactly do you expect me to put this? Evervone: Australia giada-luna Reblogging for that last exchange brainwad Dionysus slips in at the last minute and makes it sweat milk. Source: just-shower-thoughts The old ones are f-ing with us when they made platypuses.
Poseidon: just-shower-thoughts
 Mammals both produce milk and have hair. Ergo, a
 coconut is a mammal.
 maliwanhellfires
 I know you're being facetious, but this is an actual
 issue with morphology-based phylogeny.
 castiel-for-king
 leans over and whispers to person beside me* what
 are they talking about
 sonneillonv
 leans over and whispers back* Human ability
 to quantify and categorize natural phenomena is
 sketchy at best and wildly misleading at worst
 nonlinear-nonsubjective
 consider the coconut
 bemusedlybespectacled
 this reminds me of that time Plato defined humans
 as "featherless bipeds" and Diogenes ran in with a
 plucked chicken screaming "BEHOLD A MAN!"
 erotic-yoddeling
 i love how you say "it reminds me of that time"
 like you were there
 heartgemsona
 listen if an immortal feels brave and supported
 enough to come out we should respect them
 This post is a journey
 virtuous-thing
 1 Reblog 1 Respect
 dovewithscales
 I maintain that humans started attempting classify
 animals, and some god or another made the
 platypus, and is still laughing
 messy-scandinoodle
 Zeus: *hits joint* okay so like. It's gonna have a duck
 bill right. But an otter body okay? And then a beaver
 tail. It's a mammal. But. It lays eggs!
 Hades: wait wait dude. Give it. Give it poison.
 Make it poisonous
 dovewithscales
 Athena: You mean venomous, and make sure the
 eggs have both reptile and bird traits
 Hermes: *takes the joint* Give it extra senses
 Poseidon: It should be aquatic
 hyratel
 I MEAN where's the lie
 dovewithscales
 Demeter: .. And where exactly do you expect
 me to put this?
 Evervone: Australia
 giada-luna
 Reblogging for that last exchange
 brainwad
 Dionysus slips in at the last minute and makes
 it sweat milk.
 Source: just-shower-thoughts
The old ones are f-ing with us when they made platypuses.

The old ones are f-ing with us when they made platypuses.