Who Is Your Mythological Valentine?

Which mythological figure will warm your heart this Valentine's Day?

Andy Kubai
Created By Andy Kubai
On Feb 8, 2016

Are you male or female?

Are you more head or heart?

What trait do you most value in a partner?

Are you introverted or extroverted?

Are you more assertive or passive aggressive?

Pick a more-than-decent location for a Valentine's Day date:

What would you bring your date?

If you were given a free romantic getaway to one these aquatic places, which would you choose?

What would you eat on your Valentine's Day date?

Which emoji best describes you before meeting your mythological date?

Thor

Thor

You seek strength and might in your relationship, and there's no one mightier than Norse god Thor. The God of Thunder will hammer his way right into your heart.

Hercules

Hercules

Sometimes, strength isn't all you need. Sometimes you need a partner willing to quest through Hades and back to win your love and approval. Hercules will do that for you, and bring you a new dog.

Athena

Athena

A beautiful date is all fine and good, but you need something more -- someone with brains and the ability to think outside the box. That's why Athena, Goddess of intellect, art, and culture is your valentine.

Hathor

Hathor

Your life is filled with light and music, and is only missing one thing: a partner muse. Hathor, goddess of love, music, and beauty, awaits for you, to guide your understanding and inspire great works.

Brynhild

Brynhild

Taming your wild heart requires someone utterly bewitching, lush, and verdant. Your untamed affection is no match for Brynhild, the Valkyrie warrior.

Thoth

Thoth

The gateway to love lies at the intersection the heart and the head connect. Created through language itself, the Egyptian God Thoth represents the powers of thought and intellect and is the key to your romantic enlightenment.