Correct Form Of Mythology
just loves to rant about how the majority Americans are ignorant, uneducated and not worldly at all like his beloved Europeans.
He would not let me live down the following hilarious comments from the excellent post in :
: “i took this with my picture phone, so in case you can’t tell: it’s a dog with boys (maybe men, but definitly of the male gender) sucking on it’s nipples. a very angry looking dog, i might add.
eta: so apparently this is from a story in greek, er, roman mythology. thanks for the info kids. but i still think its ugly. :B”
: “someone not study greek mythology in ancient history class as a kid?”
: “Ten bucks eh? I’d bid on it, just because I like the story of Romulus and Remus. Woot, greek mythology”
: “Even more w00t: saying the correct form of mythology. It’s Roman (founders of Rome), not Greek”
: “And incidentally, that statue looks more like a hyena to me, but ancient civilizations aren’t known for their realistic art I suppose.”
Having gone to one of the 12 toughest schools in New York I think it’s much more important to learn how not to have a photo phone stolen than to learn about “non-realistic Greek hyena statues”.