Wisdom from the Classics

Words of wisdom from my history of Athens professor.

1) Marry your first husband to be a father, then divorce him and marry for fun. (note: she is unmarried)

2) Don’t be a jackass, if you don’t do my paper you will end up living under a bridge.

3) Life is one thing you don’t want to do after another.

The response to the first and last question I asked in class. Important note, I was wearing a conservative sweater and khakis.

Q) How do you spell that?

A) Why do you want to be the snake goddess of fertility and sexuality? Are you going to get a shirt made that says Sex Goddess in Greek?

Me)… I was just taking notes…


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