I wonder how angry Ancient Greeks and Romans would be today having their religion being called mythology because it’s too unbelievable to a bunch of people that have complete faith in the fact that fruit doomed their entire race
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Name: gdesertsand, Joke! You can call me Fuji.
Nickname: Fuji, G, Sand
Birth month: New Year’s
Height: 4'10" (yeah, I am small)
Ethnicity: South East Asian
Orientation: It is also the name of god of the wild in Greek mythology
Fruit: apple, especially Fuji apple
Favorite season: rainy (as long as it will not cause floods)
Books: PJO and HOO, Magnus Chase and The Gods of Asgard, A Silent Star, Mercy at Midnight, Miss Peregrine’s House of Peculiar Children.
Favorite flowers: Jasmine, forget me not, roses, Gumamela (Hibiscus)
Favorite scent: the smell of rain before it pours down.
Favorite animals: as long as they are fluffy and cute.
Favorite beverages: Hot chocolate and Ice coffee.
Hours of sleep: 4-6 hours (normal), 2-3 hours (if I have an exam)
Favorite fictional characters: of course Lance from VLD, Nico di Angelo from PJO and HOO series, Gaara, Allen Walker from DGM, Edward Elric from FMA, Jack Sparrow, Trafalgar Law and Corazon (Donquixote Rocinante) from One Piece,….I got so many favorite characters…
Number of blankets you sleep with: One, because it is not that cold from where I live.
Dream trip: a trip around the world of course!
Blog Created: February 2016 I guess? That was the time I joined the Hetalia fandom XD
For Month of Love’s last topic, Forbidden Fruits, I went right to Greek mythology - because there’s nowhere else with a higher per capita rate of bestiality that I’ve found. Here’s the Minotaur’s mom and dad. Enjoy!
Well, I only managed two prompts for the ROTG Favorite Ship Week, which I got Monday: Mythological and Friday: Forbidden Fruit done. I just couldn’t think nor manage to even begin sketching out the other prompts and at this point I’d much rather just get my own projects worked on.
Still- I am excited! So can’t wait to post them up! Not to mention I’m stoked to see all the other wonderful art and fics that will posted by other amazing artists/writers!
Because of the multitude of seeds found within the pomegranate it is regarded by many as a symbol of fertility and abundance. It is associated with the change of the seasons, life, death, resurrection, and marriage in the Greek myth ofPersephone.
Islamic legend states that each fruit contains as seed from the garden of paradise.