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What do you call a small Minotaur?

A Minitaur.

What do you call a Minotaur in a playground?

A swing and a myth.

Never believe minotaurs...

Half of everything they say is bull.

What did the Minotaur order at Starbucks?

Half calf

"Hey, graduate student Minotaur, what are you up to today?"

"Not much, just working on my Theseus."

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Why was the Minotaur a social outcast?

Because he’s so horny

How did ancient Greeks keep tabs on their infants while they slept at night?

They used a baby minotaur.

Did you know mythological creatures have their own dentist's office?

It's true, I saw it today and they were suuuuuuper busy! The waiting room was packed, and every time the orderly would come out to call in another patient, the half-man-half-horse would get all excited; "is it my turn now? oh, pick me, pick me!" and all that jazz. Of course, every time it was actual...

i have no idea how so many people didn’t make it out the labyrinth

it only took me a minotaur two

A thirsty man comes to a bar, but the bouncer is a centaur and won't let him in.

The centaur says, "This bar is for hybrid creatures only. For example, my father was a man and my mother was a horse. I just let in a griffin because his father was a lion and his mother was an eagle."

The man thinks fast and says, "OK, then let me in. My father was the Minotaur, and my mothe...

I'm AMAZED by mythology. I'll tell you about my favorite tales...

if you have a minotaur two. (amazed... get it?)

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