Snapchats from Greek Mythology

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As near as I can tell from the mainstream media, we are a generation of soulless degenerates. All we care about are memes, selfies, and emojis—and if you're going to stand there and tell me to my face that the heroes of Greek mythology wouldn't have been just as bad, if not worse, then we have nothing more to say to each other. 

Everyone in Greek mythology was obsessed with themselves. That's just a fact. Can you imagine Snapchat in the hands of Zeus? I can, and I did, and then this slideshow burst forth fully formed like Athena.

Topics: Books
Tags: greek gods, zeus, memes, icarus, greek mythology, greek goddesses, greek heroes, adonis, persephone, dionysus wyd?, snapchats from literature

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