Don't tell me what to do, I am the king of all gods!
You don't tell me what to do, I was born before you! Therefore, I am superior to you.
You will pay for this Poseidon.
Once, there was a farmer named Phillip, who provided food for all the people in his village. He worked hard everyday so that the people didn't go hungry.
How will the townspeople get food? If all the crops are destroyed, they will starve!
But what did they even do for me?
One day, Zeus, the god of the sky had a disagreement with Poseidon, the god of the sea.
What have I done?
Sir, I just wanted to tell you that we officially ran out of food and have started eating grass and dirt... Good luck to you.
The disagreement did not turn out well. It was a disaster, and all of Earth was affected by flooding and an endless thunderstorm.
That's what you get mortal, never long for recognition because it's useless... just live a full life and you will get rewarded with a better afterlife.
Phillip started getting worried about the townspeople, but deep down, he realized that they never really acknowledged him. When they started asking him if he had food left, he wanted to teach them a lesson.
A week later, the town ran out of food and Phillip felt guilty for keeping it from them, but he didn't act upon it.
Eventually, the storm ended and Phillip was killed by a bolt of lightning that was sent by Zeus after his act of selfishness was seen. From this day forward, rainbows appeared after rainfall as a sign of peace.