What happens when two heroes from mythology meet?
One sunny day, Theseus and Perseus cross pathes. They both have done many things in their lifetimes, but they want to know who is better, once and for all.
Nomen mihi est Theseus. Ego sum fortis vir!
Minime! Tu es non optimus! Ego sum!
They both get into a heated arguement, both saying they have killed and done more things in their life than the other.
Ego necavisti Periphetes, Sciron, Sinis, Procrustes, et Minotaur!
Sed ego necavisti Medusa et Acrisius. Ego verti Atlas et Polydectes ad lapidi!
Perseus thinks of one thing that Theseus never did. Fall in love. Theseus makes fun of how Perseus was killed by Dionysus.
Bene, ego eram non necaram ab ille deus!
Tu numquam amavisti hanc puellam.
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