Persephone: *removes Hades from her lap to go do something else*
Hades: Wife is... evil? Wife is unyielding? Wife is incapable of love? I am running away. I am packing my little rucksack and going out to explore Olympus as a lone vagabond. I can no longer thrive in this household.
Camilo: I wanna be a reverse tooth fairy where I rob people and then scatter their human teeth on their bed.
Mirabel: You mean, a dentist?
Luisa: I don't know what your dentist is doing to you but I think you need to go to the police.
Achilles: We won't lose because we have this.
Achilles: [points at his chest]
Patroclus: We have heart?
Achilles: Heart? No. Me. I'm pointing at myself. I'm going to win this for us.
So we all know Jason is a huge literature nerd and reads a shit ton in his free time
and since Jason's always on the move, he might not own many books (since he might need to abandon them), like maybe only a few that are his favourites
so i imagine that Jason frequently hangs out at libraries or bookshops in Gotham in order to get his weekly reading in.
Anyways, I headcanon that Jason totally hangs out at his designated library/bookshop but in his full Red Hood gear because he's well known by the librarians and bookstore owners to the point where it's just normal to be chilling at any of these places only to suddenly see this huge 6'0 hunk of armor covered in blood walk in just to sit in a corner and read.
It started out as Jason visiting these places as his civilian identity like a normal person, but one time he came back from patrol and was so tired that he just didn't care what others would think and just walked right into a library without changing and went straight to reading
Gothamites are used to seeing weird shit everyday so obviously they don't bat an eye, and the employees aren't paid enough to deal with this shit so they don't give a fuck, and ever since then, Jason just doesn't bother with his attire anymore.
i like to think Jason can just chill out at these places with a bag of heads and still not be bothered by anyone
Non-Gothamite visiting for the first time: Is-is that the Red Hood?
Bookstore employee who's been here since the beginning of Jason's visits: Yup.
Non-Gothamite: Is uh..Is that allowed?
Employee: You mean reading? Well yeah, I mean this IS a bookstore.
Non-Gothamite: No—yeah I get that..I meant the uh..didn't he decapitate like six crime bosses in one night?
Employee: Seven, but yeah.
Non-gothamite, baffled: but—aren't those dead bodies in the bag next to him..?
Employee, completely unbothered: Oh, those. Well as long as he cleans up his mess before he leaves.
Jason, completely oblivious to the world around him and enjoying his book: :D
also, Jason totally keeps the libraries and bookstores under his supervision and makes sure that they're protected from villain attacks
sometimes he'll be reading stories to random children who approach him and will end up with a circle of kids listening to him read by the end of the day
also also, sometimes other batkids will join him while in costume and they'll be huddled up in a lil bat pile in a corner reading stories :)
(these are just dumb little thoughts I have. feel free to add!)
was scrolling through the Iliad tag last night and thought of this
Achilles: Alright, I get it. You've had a really hard time lately, you're stressed out, seven soldiers died—
Odysseus: Twenty, actually.
Achilles: Not the point. Look, they're dead now and really whose fault is that?
Achilles: That's right: no one's.
Criminals: We have your son
Zeus: You’re gonna have to be more specific. Like, a lot more specific
Criminals: He just asked for warm milk and made us cut the crusts off his sandwich?
Zeus: Dear gods, you have Ares
Achilles: What are you implying about my cooking skills?
Patroclus: That they're non-existent.
Achilles: ...I didn't think it was possible to be as rude as you are being right now.
Patroclus: And I didn't think it was possible to barbecue brownies so I guess we're all learning.
Papyrus: SANS DOESN'T HAVE A LIFE PLAN. HE DOESN'T EVEN HAVE A DAY PLAN. I ONCE FOUND A NOTE HE WROTE TO HIMSELF THAT SAID, "PUT ON PANTS"
Papyrus: FOLLOWED BY A QUESTION MARK