Play a Game of "Would You Rather" and We'll Tell You Which Greek Goddess You Are

Allison Lips

Would you rather go on a date with someone rude or someone unintelligent?

Would you rather be banished to the Australian Outback or Siberia?

Would you rather lose your credit card or your cell phone?

Would you rather only be allowed to answer every question with "yes" or every question with "no"?

Would you rather find out you're attending a math class taught by Kim Kardashian or Britney Spears?

Would you rather eat tuna eyeballs or a tarantula?

Would you rather listen to "It's a Small World After All" or the "Macarena" for 24 hours straight?

Would you rather have to eat only chicken nuggets or peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the rest of your life?

Would you rather be a bat guano collector or a sewer inspector?

Would you rather your neighbors play death metal or techno loudly at 1:00 in the morning?

Would you rather only being able to read "Finnegans Wake" or "The Cat in the Hat" for the rest of your life?

Would you rather compete in the decathlon or in all-around gymnastics at the Olympics?

Would you rather take a 24-hour personality test or a 24-hour endurance test?

Would you rather only being allowed to go on Twitter or use Snapchat?

Would you rather lick envelopes or roll pennies for five days straight?

Would you rather wear the same socks every day or a paper bag over your head?

Would you rather be born in the future or the past?

Would you rather always whisper or always scream when you speak?

Would you rather have no one pay attention to you, even when you speak, or have everyone know who you are?

Would you rather have hypersensitive hearing or touch?

Would you rather have to travel only by unicycle or walk slower than a snail?

Would you rather lose all your apps or all your contacts when your phone crashes?

Would you rather repeat preschool or high school?

Would you rather shop at Target or Walmart for the rest of your life?

Would you rather appear on "Survivor" or "Fear Factor"?

Would you rather learn how to cook Chinese or Italian food, if learning meant you could only eat that cuisine from now on?

Would you rather visit the bottom of the Mariana Trench or the top of Mount Everest?

Would you rather have to use only a spoon or only a knife for the rest of your life?

Would you rather live in the Star Trek universe or the Star Wars universe?

Would you rather have a tattoo with the names of all your exes or a corporate logo for a company you don't like?

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About This Quiz

Greek mythology is complex and contains a seemingly endless number of stories about its gods and goddesses. Each goddess personified certain traits and became known for what they protected. For example, Hera is the queen of the gods, but she is also the goddess of women and marriage. Aphrodite is a bit more lustful, and she is the goddess of beauty and love. Not all goddesses focus on love and lust, however. Artemis is the goddess of hunting and animals, whereas Athena is the goddess of wisdom and defense. 

The above goddesses are also part of the Twelve Olympians, who traditionally reside on Mount Olympus. However, they are far from the only goddesses mentioned in Greek mythology. Hebe is the goddess of youth. Demeter is the goddess of the harvest and mother of Persephone, who is simultaneously the goddess of the underworld and rebirth. Nike is the goddess of victory. And Eirene is the goddess of peace. These are only a few of the goddesses the Ancient Greeks worshiped and looked to for guidance. 

These goddesses all have strong feelings, are passionate about who they are and what they stand for, and have complicated relationships with each other. In fact, the Greek goddesses all sound human. Take this quiz to find out which Greek goddess you most identify with! 

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