In deciding whether to fight with Agamemnon in the battle of Troy, Achilles consulted his mother for guidance. She told him that if he stayed where he was he would marry a beautiful woman who loved him. He would have children and grandchildren who loved and respected him. But, eventually, his children and children’s children would die, and his name would eventually be forgotten. On the other hand, if he decided to fight in the war, he would receive immortality in song, poem, and the emotional memories of humanity forever.
Achilles decided to fight.
After taking the beach of Troy with a small group of men who were loyal to him, he captured a woman of Troy. She was taken from him by Agamemnon, and in anger, Achilles refused to fight in an effort to have Agamemnon beg for his sword in battle.
Eventually, with some coaxing from another Greek king, Achilles did decide to fight. After all, he’d come for immortality. He’d given up the hope of love from a beautiful wife and respectiful children for immortality.
After one night of sex with that slave chick (Perseus), he decided to give up the glory of immortality and sail back home!! Not only that, but during the morning, when his cousin and EVERYONE else was fighting, he was too busy being in the warmth of that slave chick to even notice a battle going on around him!
Now I ask you: is that not the most dangerous vagina of all time?