You know how little kids play the opposite game? It’s when they say one thing, but mean the exact opposite of it. Therefore, “I want to play”, means “I want to sleep”. I want to eat, means I’m not hungry. It’s only slightly less annoying than when they realize that you can ask why to anything! Well imagine a powerful evil spirit that thought exactly the same way! Ack!

If you’re like me, when you hear the name Daphne your brain goes to the redheaded damsel from Scooby-Doo. Crap, is that really just me? Well, the Daphne from Scooby-Doo was jokingly referred to as “Danger Prone Daphne”. The poor girl was constantly falling down the trap doors or being snatched by the villainous men in masks. Daphne Blake was, in fact, always the hapless victim. (Until Hanna-Barbera revamped the series and turned Daphne into a female MacGuyver of sorts.) The fact is Daphne made sure to end up involved with solving mysteries, and would pay the price by being the damsel of the story (with Velma being the brains, Fred, the brawn, and Shaggy and Scooby the bait). The Daphne we’re talking about is just as much a victim, but instead of seeking out mysteries to cause her trouble, she just needed to live during the time when Greek Gods visited the Earth.

“Why are there so many songs about rainbows?” Well Kermit, it’s because there is a ton of associations with rainbows. Rainbows are featured in more myth, more legend, and more symbolism than you can shake a Muppet at!

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