According to Greek Mythology, Chiron was a half-human, half-horse doctor. This made him the Centaur for Disease Control.
When I left school, I passed every one of my exams with the exception of Greek Mythology. It always was my achilles elbow.
An ancient Greek walks into a tailors with a torn pair of pants:
"Euripides?" Asks the tailor.
"Yeah, Eumenides?" Replies the man.
There's a Greek myth about a stream whose water will attach itself to your skin for all eternity. The river sticks
My friend says he has the body of a Greek god... I had to explain to him that Buddha wasn't Greek.
Who was the sexiest woman in Greek myth? Actually, it was Medusa. One look from her made guys rock hard.
My friend told me he had the body of a Greek god. I had to explain to him that Buddha is not Greek.
An ancient Greek walks into his tailor's shop...
...with a pair of torn pants.
Euripides? Asked the tailor.
Eumenides? Replied the man.
According to Greek mythology, Chiron was a half horse/half human doctor. This makes him the centaur for disease control.
Have you heard of the Ancient Greek hero, Bophades? He was a lot like Achilles, he had only one weakness, but instead of his heel, it was his groin. You may have heard of Achilles’ heel but have you heard of Bophades’ nuts?
Do you know the Greek version of Monopoly?
It's called Monopoulos and you just borrow all the money from the bank.
An ancient Greek goes up to a tailor...
The tailor asks the Greek: "Euripides?"
The Greek replies "Eumenides?"
TIL where the word 'politics' comes from 'Poly' is from the Greek meaning *many*, and 'tick' is from *a bunch of blood sucking parasites*
An Ancient Greek walks into a tailor...
An Ancient Greek walks into a tailor with a torn chiton, asks the tailor, "Eumenides?"
The tailor responds, "Euripedes?"
Polyamory is wrong!
You can't mix Greek and Latin roots.
It's either Multiamory or Polyphilia.
Why did Germany hold a ceremony for the Greek bankruptcy? They wanted to give credit where credit was due.
My complete lack of knowledge about Greek mythology has always been my achilles elbow. thanks, Mike!
After watching me sign up for a Greek philosophy course, my dad said, “Did you know Aristotle said that we are what we repeatedly do?” “Therefore, I’m your mother.”
The whole Greek Mythology could be summed up in one line............ "Unfortunately, Zeus was feeling a bit too horny."
I tried to translate a joke I've heard in Greek Unfortunately I don't speak Greek, so I couldn't.
I tried having a philosophical debate with Aristotle once, but I couldn’t follow the conversation at all. It was all Greek to me.
Ordered a sandwich at the Greek deli and on my way home I realized it was the wrong one. Soon after my discovery a mugger tried to rob me. I hit him with the sandwich and he ran away... ...Turns out it wasn't the gyro I wanted, but it was the gyro I needed.
Me: It’s quite interesting, really. You see, “gym” comes from the Greek “gymnós” meaning “naked.” YMCA Attendant: “Yeah, we’re going to need you to put some pants on.”
After visiting The Getty my wife said the Greek statues reminded her of me.
“Yes. They all have little dicks too.”
Everyone knows of Cassandra, the Greek woman cursed to see the future but to never be believed. I would like to propose a new figure as her opposite: a man who pretends to know to future and have everyone believe him. Or as I call him, Trump.
Someone told me I look like a Greek god: Incredibly vain, melodramatic fool who’s parents are probably siblings.
The other day, I was told "you cant make a British joke about Greek mythology" I told him "Pollux to that"
An Ancient Greek walks into a tailor shop with a torn pair of pants.
“Euripides?” Asks the tailor
“Yeah. Eumenides?” Replies the man.
A long time ago, I had a job where I translated pre-classical Greek literature into Braille. It feels like ancient history.
Who's the idiot now?
In ancient Greek the word “idiot” meant anyone who wasn’t a politician.
Today it's the exact opposite.
Ministers are like Greek gods. When a country can't explain something, they create a new one.
An Ancient Greek walks into his tailor’s shop with a pair of torn pants.
“Euripides?” Says the tailor.
“Yeah, Eumenides?” Replies the man.
I was planning on splitting the dinner bill with my girlfriend But she told me she wouldn’t go Dutch and Greek on the same night
What's the difference between an elephant and a Greek grandma? About 20 pounds and a moustache.
Midas was greedy but, there's another Greek figure that's obsessed with collecting coins. Purseus
I quit my job translating Pre-Classical Greek literature into Braille. It feels like ancient history.
What's the best way to find information about Ancient Greek Mathematics? Just type in "Greek Mathology" and you're golden.
Seen some people throwing out random Greek words to sound smart. You won't see one iota of that from me.
I read about this figure from Greek Mythology, Chiron. He trained many heroes apparently, and was also a doctor. Ergo he was a Centaur for disease control.
I came home to find a Greek mathematician kidnapping my grandmother...
He saw me. Immediately, my hands went towards my phone, and he shouted,
"You stop right there! Or else imma beta your gamma!"