In case you only just recently sprang fully formed from the head of Zeus and are brand-new to the internet, SparkNotes* has the greatest Twitter account of all time for book lovers. SparkNotes @SparkNotes 02:20 PM - 11 Jul 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite *Do you remember SparkNotes? The gracious gift that kept on giving during your high school years by summing up the plot of classic books and plays into easy-to-follow study guides? Yes, THAT SparkNotes. While the entire account is definitely worth the follow, some of its absolute BEST jokes come from a deep love of Greek mythology. SparkNotes @SparkNotes The chorus in a Greek tragedy addressing the audience 03:47 PM - 10 Dec 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite So — with that in mind — here are a few of the account's best Greek mythology jokes/memes/tweets: 1. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Achilles when given the choice between dying young as a hero or living a long life in total obscurity 02:53 PM - 05 Jul 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 2. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Zeus: Hey can you hold this Atlas: Okay Zeus: 04:09 PM - 23 Dec 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 3. SparkNotes @SparkNotes NORMALIZE SPRINGING FULLY FORMED FROM THE HEAD OF ZEUS NORMALIZE SPRINGING FULLY FORMED FROM THE HEAD OF ZEUS NORMALIZE SPRINGING FULLY FORMED FROM THE HEAD OF ZEUS NORMALIZE SPRINGING FULLY FORMED FR 05:17 PM - 31 Jan 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 4. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Persephone 04:14 PM - 04 Feb 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 5. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Maybe I'm just overly sensitive but when someone chains you to a rock and sends an eagle to eat your liver every day for eternity, it feels like a personal attack 05:33 PM - 25 Sep 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 6. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Odysseus: Wow I can't wait to return home to Ithaca after ten long years away! Poseidon: 04:15 PM - 03 Jan 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 7. SparkNotes @SparkNotes oh to be an oracle who spends all day making cryptic prophecies for people to woefully misinterpret 06:52 PM - 29 Jan 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 8. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Eurydice: *dies* Orpheus: 05:07 PM - 17 Jun 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 9. SparkNotes @SparkNotes might mess around and | 👀 | \ / ____| |_____ / ✊__/ \_✊ challenge Athena to a weaving contest despite the fact that she's the goddess of that sort of thing 05:56 PM - 02 Jan 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 10. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Demeter plunging the world into darkness because Hades took Persephone 07:47 PM - 14 Jan 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 11. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Cute date idea: we meet on the island of Crete. You help me navigate the Labyrinth so I can slay the Minotaur. I abandon you and sail away. 03:29 PM - 26 Nov 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 12. SparkNotes @SparkNotes The myth of Pygmalion 03:31 PM - 18 Dec 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 13. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Due to personal reasons I will be insulting the gods in a staggering display of hubris. 07:58 PM - 18 Nov 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 14. SparkNotes @SparkNotes If you're cold, they're cold. Bring them inside. 06:27 PM - 06 Dec 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 15. SparkNotes @SparkNotes daedalus: you okay? icarus: yeah i'm fine icarus's headphones: Here Comes the Sun — The Beatles 1:02 ───❍────── 3:06 ↻ ⊲ Ⅱ ⊳ ↺ volume: ▁▂▃▄▅▆▇ 100% 05:14 PM - 28 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 16. SparkNotes @SparkNotes 05:39 PM - 07 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 17. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Ladies, if he: - Brags about his accomplishments - Is bad with directions - Came up with the Trojan Horse idea, thus enabling the Greeks to win a decisive victory against the Trojans after a fruitless decade-long siege He’s not your man. He’s Odysseus, king of Ithaca. 06:30 PM - 27 Sep 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 18. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Odysseus: *goes to war, leaving his wife and son at home* The suitors: 05:17 PM - 03 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 19. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Cute things to call your partner: - Earth-shaker - Destroyer of cities - Breaker of horses - Man of twists and turns - Daughter of Zeus and third-born of the gods 02:45 PM - 09 Sep 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 20. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Actual footage of Orpheus playing such a mournful tune after the death of Eurydice that all the gods were moved to tears 02:40 PM - 10 Sep 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 21. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Hades: Don’t look behind you, or else Eurydice must return to the Underworld forever. Orpheus: 02:50 PM - 30 Aug 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 22. SparkNotes @SparkNotes if I were a great greek warrior, I wouldn't let someone shoot me in the foot with an arrow guided by apollo. like rip to achilles but I'm different 02:17 PM - 26 Aug 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 23. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Odysseus: *blinds the Cyclops* The Cyclops: 03:53 PM - 08 Aug 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 24. SparkNotes @SparkNotes If you wanna be my lover, you gotta descend to the depths of hell itself and play the lyre for the god of the dead 02:27 PM - 02 Aug 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 25. SparkNotes @SparkNotes Poseidon: Did you blind my son Polyphemus? Odysseus: 05:48 PM - 11 Jul 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 26. SparkNotes @SparkNotes GIRLS 👏 DON’T 👏 WANT 👏 BOYFRIENDS 👏 GIRLS 👏 WANT 👏 SOMEONE 👏 TO 👏 SLAY 👏 THE 👏 MINOTAUR 👏 AT 👏 THE 👏 HEART 👏 OF 👏 THE 👏 LABYRINTH 👏 WITH 👏 THE 👏 SWORD 👏 OF 👏 AEGEUS 👏 05:26 PM - 22 Jul 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 27. SparkNotes @SparkNotes 02:25 PM - 12 Jun 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite If you like what you see, be sure to follow SparkNotes to make your Twitter timeline a happier, more fun place!