Temptation and Brains over Braun
By patmill, Updated
SIrens weaving a haunting song over the sea we are to shun. Yet she urged that I alone listen to their song
UNTIE ME! UNTIE ME NOW!
Odysseus warns his men of the danger the sirens impose.
Brains over Braun
We are from Troy, Achaeans, blown off course by shifting gales on the Great South Sea.
YOU ARE A NINNY!
Odysseus tells his men to put beeswax in their ears, but leave him tied to the mast so he can hear the song.
The sirens sing their enchanting song. Odysseus begs to be free.
Odysseus and his men confront the cyclops and tell him why they are in his cave. The cyclops shows no pity.
Instead of trying to kill the cyclops, Odysseus chooses to out smart him. First they get him drunk and then stab his eye. But, instead of killing him, they hide under sheep to escape.
The men escape under the sheep and get back to the ship safely.
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