Thousands of years ago in the Greek town of Athens lived a young boy by the name of Revolius. Revolius was all alone for his family did not care for him. Revolius would spend his days standing by the lake south of Athens skipping stones across the water.
I wish I could have a friend to skip stones with!
Revolius over time became very skilled at skipping stones, so much so that he considered himself the greatest stone skipper ever to live. Revolius came into Athens one day boasting that he was the best stone skipper of every mortal and immortal man ever to walk on the Earth. Revolius, ever so confident in his abilities, challenged the gods themselves to a stone skipping competition.
I am the greatest stone skipper ever! Nobody can beat me in a stone skipping competition!
I wouldn't be so sure of that.
Annoyed by Revolius's confidence, Hercules came to the city of Athens wanting to find Revolius. He eventually found Revolius and took him up on his offer for a stone skipping competition. Hercules announced to all of Athens that he will prove, to the mortal man Revolius, that he doesn't have enough skill to challenge one with godly abilities.
This man is wrong! He could never beat me, Hercules, or any other god in a stone skipping competition.
On the day of their competition, Revolius took Hercules down to the water where the competition would take place. Hercules asked Revolius if he was sure that he was ready to be humiliated by the gods. Revolius, peeved by this insult, gained even more fury for the competition. Revolius vowed to himself that he would beat Hercules in their competition and prove his worth to the gods.
Are you sure you want to challenge me to a stone skipping competition? There is no way a mortal like you can win.
I'll show him what a mortal can do!
Revolius picked up a flat stone off the ground. Revolius then felt the stone in his hands and prepared to glide the disc across the water. Revolius wound up and threw the stone. It bounced on the water numerous times until it left both Revolius and Hercules eyesight.
Decent throw. I could do much better though.
The stone continued skipping on and on across the water until the stone skipped right off the face of the Earth. The stone started hurtling through space, picking up speed. The stone became faster and faster until it came upon a large ball of rock. The stone had flown all the way to Mars and rammed into it. The large planet started moving due to the force of the impact and started to revolve around the sun. Mars flew around and around the sun never stopping again.