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i think its the greek messenger god ( or maybe Roman)?)
i just checked hermes is greek
He's the Greek messenger God..so when you send a message, he'd be proud you're doing so.
that doesnt make any sense lol , what God has to do after each message is being sent :D :D @Agent_Sniffles why would he be proud that a guy sent message hhahahaha
Cuz he's getting paid. Overtime. To deliver your messages.
LOL hahaha what are you talking about, God is being paid for delivering messages WOAH !!!
No, not THE God. Hermes dude God
Hermes is the name of greek god responsible for sending and delivering messages , there is no hermes here
I wonder who else are going to be proud!
The admins. And the person you sent the message to.
HA HA HA Yeah sure there is a God smiling at me as I send messages, lol.. whoever thought of that one must of been drunk or high or both if you ask me.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians, anyone?
Im a daughter of Hermes.
Uhm... ok. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9b/Hermes_Logios_Altemps_33.jpg/200px-Hermes_Logios_Altemps_33.jpg thats your dad
yes, it is. :D
Tell him to get some underpants
The only reason why I chose him is because I like traveling and stealing stuff. :O
Nothing to say about that? XD
oh, ok. :)
Naked God on=line way too much info geeish lol
Hermes is the messenger of gods in Greek mythology. His Roman name is Mercury.
His Germanic counterpart is Woden/Odin, hence 'Wednesday' is the exact equivalent of the French 'mercredi = day of Mercury' or Spanish 'miércoles'.