Dramatic Reconstruction of Heracles' life
Heracles, son of Zeus and Hera Alcmene (who Zeus raped disguised as her husband)
Heracles, hated by queen of heaven, but loved by mankind.
Heracles, accomplisher of the 12 impossible labors.
Heracles, murderer of his wife and children (I'm not going to make a Chris Benoit joke, because professionals have standards.)
Huh, I wonder if Good Ol' Herc got the douche gene from his sexually deviant father, well this obscure myth will just prove that the son takes after the father.
Okay, so there was this son of Apollo named Linus taught lyre lessons. He had already taught the greatest mortal musician of all-time, Orpheus. Now he was given the assignment to teach this burly and clumsy teenager named Heracles (or Hercules for you Roman folks).
Clearly he is the next Orpheus
Now if you are really surprised, Herc just wasn't good at playing his lyre. His fat clumsy fingers always screwing up his notes, much to the chagrin to his teacher. Finally Linus just flat out said, "You Suck, get out of my sight!" Now how do you think this is going to end?
TO HELL WITH YOU!
So Herc would do what any other superstrengthed teenager would do, he bludgeoned his old teacher to death with Linus' own lyre. Really puts a new meaning for a student hating his teacher. Now Linus sort of should of seen this coming since he himself was a son of god and knew what would happened if he insulted such a powerful. But really Herc? Kill him with his lyre, don't you think you are overdoing it a bit?
Heracles smash puny old man!