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Argus the "all seeing" spent a lot of dough on contact solution. Why? Well, he had a hundred eyes—all over his body. Things didn't end well for this guy. See, Zeus had transformed his nymph-love Io into a cow to hide her from Hera. The queen wasn't fooled, though, and she hired Argus to watch over the cow. Even with all those eyes, Argus proved to be a pretty bad watchman. Zeus sent Hermes to check out the scene. The messenger god put the giant to sleep by playing the lyre, and then it was off with Argus' head. What a way to go.
Hera's School of Doing What She Says
Hera should kick Zeus to the curb
Hera (People talk a lot of junk about her, but my mistress always stood by me.)
"Surrounding yourself with dwarfs does not make you a giant."
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard (Life really is this absurd.)
These Eyes by The Guess Who
The Avengers (I could totally be one of these guys.)
The Federation of Giants