Greek Fishing Fable

Greek Fishing Fable

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  • I'm related to Aphrodite, he is not talking to me.
  • Once there was a Greek emperor named Stephanos.
  • May the gods have mercy on your pitiful faces.
  • He set sail to catch some fish.
  • Hurry up, piece of garbage.
  • Peace with your people, or fear the consequences.
  • It is nice to be important, but it is important to be nice, Stephano.
  • Be careful how you treat others.
  • I see a good fishing spot. Give me my pole, scum.
  • Poseidon was waiting, though.
  • Why should I listen to a old, stinky fish who insults me, the important emperor Stephano.
  • I have a message from Poseidon, you have treated all else like fish, now you shall be banished, Stephanos.
  • Please forgive me, gods. Can I not see my wife again.
  • You got what you deserved.
  • I should of married Perseus.
  • He ended up living there with his wife and a tree guardian forever, and only could eat fish.
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