meme/poll

Classical Divinity Asks

(via question-meme. Some of these seem a bit ... tenuous in their connection between god and question, but eh; it's a nice batch of questions.)


Zeus: What is your favourite kind of weather?
Hera: What is the last book you read?
Poseidon: Where is your favorite place to go on a weekday afternoon when you have no plans or obligations?
Demeter: Are you spiritual or religious in any way? If so, how?
Athena: Would you rather be anxious and intelligent or carefree and simple?
Apollo: Name the last song you listened to?
Artemis: Do you believe it is vital to everyday life to know what is happening in the world around you?
Ares: Do you still remember arguments or upsets from over 5 years ago? Do they still bother you today?
Aphrodite: What did you love most about the place you grew up? What about it did you love the least?
Hephaestus: Do you have a favorite/most interesting Wikipedia page?
Hermes: What's the best nickname you've ever been called? & what's the worst?
Hestia: What is the weirdest scar you have and how did you get it?
Dionysus: If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?
Hades: If you could find out the date of your death, would you want to know?
Heracles: What has been your biggest challenge in life so far?
Persephone: What one thing have you not done that you really want to do? What’s holding you back?
Asclepius: What you ever lied about being ill to avoid school or work? If so, how elaborate have your stories been?
Eros: How did you meet your best friend?
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Poseidon: Where is your favorite place to go on a weekday afternoon when you have no plans or obligations?
Okay, so, I'm pretty lame, and the answer is "my bedroom". Or maybe our driveway, in the early spring when the sun warms it up but the air is still cold. Yeah, that's probably the best answer. (I'm such a homebody, it's ridiculous.)

Hephaestus: Do you have a favorite/most interesting Wikipedia page?
What an interesting question! I'm not exactly sure, since I tend to go there only when I'm looking up something specific, but the super-high-resolution art scans they have for Hieronymus Bosch are amazing.