Win Greek Gods hamper

Greek Gods hamper

Get your hands on this Greek Gods hamper

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There’s a new Greek-style yoghurt on the scene – it’s called Greek Gods. It comes in four honey-infused flavours and the guys that make it hope it’s going to be as successful when it launches in the UK as it has been in the USA.

Greek Gods yogurt is apparently packed with friendly bacteria and lower calorie than other luxury yogurts – which sounds like good news to me.

If you hop on over to Greek Gods Yogurt on Facebook you can get yourself a coupon to print off which will get you Β£2 off a 680g tub of the Yoghurt at Sainsbury’s for the first four weeks after it appears in store. It’s on offer at Β£2 at the mo!

And to celebrate the launch I’m teaming up with Greek Gods to give you this amazing hamper!


One Greek Gods hamper containing:

1 x high-quality extra virgin olive oil
1 x jar of organic mixed olives
1 x jar of stuffed vine leaves
1 x organic Greek honey
1 x Greek Delight
1 x nifty garlic zoom
1 x stylish lemon squeezer
1 x set of two oil drizzlers


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  1. Jo Hutchinson says:

    Dionysus lots of wine!

  2. Dionysus – he sounds like he knows how to have fun.

  3. laura banks says:

    Demeter he’d know his stuff

  4. stephanie Llewellyn says:


  5. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

    Dionysus – sounds like a fun guy :) πŸ˜€ Good luck to everyone

  6. Dionysus – lots of wine sounds good!

  7. i follow with gfc as mummy24

  8. i follow with pinterest as ashlallan

  9. Zeus as it’s raining again!

  10. Dionysus and get him to bring a bottle

  11. Apollo

  12. iain maciver says:


  13. lorraine dunne says:


  14. Zeus

  15. Janice Waterfall says:


  16. Apollo

  17. nikki hilton says:

    with Kurt Rambis who is a living Greek godlike guy! :)

  18. Tracy Newton says:


  19. Dionysus would be a lot of fun

  20. I’ll plump for Dionysus too!


    Zeus……..the king of the gods ‘cos l’d feel quite regal if l were to win this prize

  22. Zeus – the King of the Gods, because Greek Gods Yoghurt is King :)

  23. I’m subscribed to this blog via Google Reader :)

  24. Simon Harris says:

    Dionysus – he sounds like he knows how to have fun

  25. I’m following you on Pinterest :)

  26. Hephaestus – he could keep me cosy :)

  27. LauraHarris says:

    Dionysus would probably appreciate it the most, and I’d appreciate him!

  28. Diane Ireton says:

    Dionysus πŸ˜€

  29. Susan Cameron says:

    Do Greek Goddesses count-Hedone,Queen of Pleasure would be my pal!

  30. claire grigg says:


  31. Helen Moulden says:

    Has to be Dionysus, as he’d be king of the party!

  32. Hestia, goddess of the hearth and baking!

  33. I’m subscribed to your RSS feed.

  34. Am following Pinterest boards.

  35. Zeus

  36. Cheryl Edwards says:

    Aphrodite the Goddess of beauty, love and desire!

  37. angela sandhu says:

    Has to be Zeus

  38. Jen Schofield says:

    Dionysus – sounds fun to be around!

  39. Zeus I guess

  40. Dionysus – God of Wine!

  41. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says:

    Definitely Apollo.

  42. Spencer Blakeman says:

    It would be Aphrodite for me

  43. shane weir says:


  44. Richard Hawes says:

    Dionysus the god of wine

  45. Apollo

  46. Already subscribed to blog via email :)

  47. Thor

  48. Valerie Sharp says:

    Eros πŸ˜‰

  49. Judy Wright says:


  50. Keith Osborne says:


  51. Fiona Harris says:

    Think i will have trouble sharing with anyone!! never mind a greek God…

  52. Laura C. Martin says:

    Zeus as he was reputedly born in Crete, my second home.

  53. Aphrodite as I’m sure we could enjoy the hamper together!!

  54. Julie Picton says:


  55. Philip tuckwood says:


  56. John Taggart says:


  57. Kelly Koya says:


  58. Lucy J Morgan says:

    Aphrodite :)

  59. grainne marnell-fox says:


  60. Fiona Collins says:

    Apollo and Achilles, i’m sure they would make up over the hamper

  61. Farhana Haque says:

    Would share with my healthy freak mummy :)

    I have followed via Yahoo RSS feed
    I have followed on stumble (fazkin) and on pininterest (muslimahi)

  62. Karen Lloyd says:

    It would have to be Zeus

  63. Suzanne Cooke says:

    Ooooo Hades, he would scare away any food pinchers

  64. Dionysus – lots of wine

  65. haley redshaw says:


  66. Its got to be the god of gods Zeus, only the best for me

  67. Barrie Phillips says:


  68. Apollo

  69. Heather Haigh says:


  70. Heather Haigh says:

    Already subscribed

  71. Heather Haigh says:

    Following on pinterest

  72. Heather Haigh says:

    Following on stumble

  73. Gillian Holmes says:


  74. jennifer thorpe says:


  75. Poseidon – he looked a fishy fellow!

  76. Gillian Holmes says:

    Following you via Google Reader as Gillian Holmes

  77. Dionysus

  78. Icarus as I like to fly near the sun.x

  79. Poseidon x

  80. cecelia Allen says:

    Aphrodite would be my choice

  81. hannah oneill says:

    Dionysus would be my choice

  82. Janice Davison says:

    Ares – Olympian god of war and defense. Sounds like my kind of guy

  83. Sue McCarthy says:


  84. kelly harper says:

    Aphrodite cause my partner would think he was in heaven if I won this πŸ˜€

  85. nicci cowdell-murray says:

    Apollo after all what more could you ask for music and healing hahah :)


  86. claire woods says:


  87. claire woods says:

    Follow on pininterest.

  88. nicci cowdell-murray says:

    following on pinterest already as nicci cowdell-murray


  89. michael clarke says:


  90. Dionysus the god of wine

  91. My husband – although not an official Greek god he is mine.

  92. Apollo

  93. Pauline Simpson says:

    Apollo Hes so cool!!

  94. Adonis would be nice.

  95. Clementina says:

    Dionysus – but I’ll make him drink Coca-Cola lol

  96. caroline Johnson says:

    the only Greek god in my life: my gorgeous husband of course!

  97. Michele Hemmings says:

    Think I would have to choose Dionysus ( hmm, but I always seem to choose the wrong men!!)

  98. Demeter – the goddess of food

  99. carol stirmey says:

    Apollo = In my dreams, as he is really David Hay

  100. Apollo

  101. Lynda Sanderson says:

    Apollo at home to enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  102. sally smith says:


  103. Lynsey Buchanan says:


  104. Dionysus

  105. Faye Lester says:


  106. Julie Booth says:

    Zeus.. he can seduce me anytime….

  107. Julie Booth says:

    following you on pinterest as julie booth/tiddles12

  108. Dionysus

  109. Aphrodite deserves a good feed.

  110. I’m already subscribed to on RSS

  111. I alreay follow cookingkt on Pinterest as SmokinHerbz

  112. alreadyf ollowing cookingkt on StumbleUpon as herbertappleby

  113. Janine Bailey says:


  114. Demeter

  115. Hermes – god of travel

  116. subscribed via google reader

  117. following on Pinterest

  118. Katy MacLachlan says:


  119. Shelley Jessup says:

    Sorry I mis read the question I’d share it with Hermes so he could tell me all his tales

  120. Shelley Jessup says:

    I’ve stumbled your blog

  121. Teresa Lee says:

    Hermes ‘The Messenger of the Gods’ – Afterwards he could report back and tell the others Gods how fantastic the hamper was.

  122. Allan Smith says:


  123. John Seaman says:


  124. EMMA WALTERS says:

    apollo :)

  125. EMMA WALTERS says:

    follow via rss/pinterest/stumble upon

  126. hercules, though I guess technically a demi-god.

  127. eros :)

  128. Bacchus – knows how to party!

  129. Paul Green says:


  130. Jane Sparrow says:


  131. Zeus!

  132. Following you on Pinterest

  133. Following you on StumbleUpon

  134. Susan Ellams says:

    Dionysus :)

  135. mick proctor says:

    I love Greek food

  136. Joanne Darnell says:

    Zeus for me

  137. elaine stokes says:


  138. Hermes the God of Luck

  139. hazel rigazio says:

    i have my own greek god-my husband

  140. Zeus for me.

  141. conrad edwards says:


  142. Apollo

  143. Aphrodite

  144. Hestia. She presided over the hearth and, as such, also over the baking of bread, so I suspect she would be quite a handy rustling us both us something yummy from these goodies.

  145. I am subscribed by email and (I think) Google Reader too :)

  146. I’m following you on Pinterest too (Ali Thorpe).

  147. Lisa Williams says:

    Ares hopefully it would calm him down and he would stop with all the wars

  148. Lisa Williams says:

    Rss all done :)

  149. Poseidon, he could have fish

  150. Hera


  152. Dionysus

  153. Chris Davies says:


  154. Robyn Loughlin says:

    Hades! Me and a friend were talking about this recently, and we decided that Hades would be the god to know! Shame he’s married…but we’re just talking about sharing a hamper here aren’t we? ;D

  155. Zeus

  156. Eros, the Greek God of love

  157. Janet Coverdale says:


  158. Eros

  159. subscribed by RSS

  160. I follow on iPinterest as beachrambler

  161. sarah rees says:

    zeus :)

  162. Lesley-Ann Dunn says:


  163. Sarah Spencer says:


  164. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Eros, he could be useful

  165. Emma Holness says:


  166. Jennifer Toal says:


  167. Jane McColl says:

    Dionysus, he sounds like the life and soul of the party! Follow you on twitter, pinterest and stumble.. all done!

  168. Isabel O'Brien says:

    I’m quite selfish, I’m not sure I’d be able to share. I’m not on first name terms with any Greek gods anyway. They probably don’t think I’m interesting enough!

  169. Isabel O'Brien says:

    I followed on GFC as Izzie (or Isabel I’m not sure how it appears) and pinterest as izpants and stumbleupon as yyesydolikecake.

  170. Pauline Wilson says:

    Peter Andre – he loves his grub πŸ˜‰

  171. I wouldn’t want to share! But probably Apollo.

  172. George Worboys Wright says:

    Apollo – bit of music and sunshine, perfect!

  173. George Worboys Wright says:

    Following on Google Reader

  174. George Worboys Wright says:

    Following on Pinterest

  175. George Worboys Wright says:

    Following on StumbleUpon

  176. Zeus!!!!

  177. Zoe Howarth says:


  178. Sheila Reeves says:

    Today it would be Epione – “the goddess of soothing of pain” as I have toothache and now have to got to the dentist :((

  179. Zoe Howarth says:

    Subscribed by on RSS

  180. Zoe Howarth says:

    Already following on Pinterest

  181. Zoe Howarth says:

    Already following cookingkt on StumbleUpon

  182. Zeus

  183. katrina walsh says:

    Mars – he could use his knowledge of war to protect anyone trying to nick our hamper!

  184. Apollo

  185. Following on pinterest

  186. Emma Craven says:


  187. Victoria shallcross says:

    I would share with hades

  188. esther james says:


  189. esther james says:

    subscribed to your blog

  190. esther james says:

    followed you on pinterest

    esther james

  191. fiona waterworth says:

    THOR, in case anythings frozen, sorry

  192. Angela Webster says:

    I would share it with Zeus :-)

  193. Reece Precious says:

    Zeus’s son God and fun and merriment, ideal hamper sharing partner!!

  194. Jenna Parrington says:

    It’s got to be Thor!!!! Especially if he looks like Chris Helmsworth! πŸ˜‰

  195. melanie stirling says:

    Eros,the God of love :)

  196. Alice Hindley says:


  197. Alice Hindley says:

    I have Subscribed to on RSS

  198. Alice Hindley says:

    I am Following cookingkt on Pinterest – Alice Hindley

  199. Zeus

  200. Sarah Birkett says:

    Zeus, always go for the top

  201. Elizabeth Smith says:

    The Greek God of generosity is Dionysus – at least I can be sure of getting a good share of the hamper!

  202. jessica agyin says:


  203. Zeus cause I wouldn’t want to face his wrath!

  204. Demeter to make sure my harvest is bountiful

  205. Dionysius – he’d know how to have a good time!

  206. Christine reid says:

    Zeus might as well keep the boss happy

  207. Andrew Halliwell says:

    Hermes. He had a lot going for him, not like the other stuck up gods, he might’ve actually been fun to be around.

  208. Judith Dysart says:

    Obvs Dionysus…Greek wine is potent stuff! Don’t get me started on Ouzo and Retsina

  209. must be zeus

  210. My other half… what? He’s a Greek God in my eyes :)

  211. lisa anderson says:


  212. Emma Wolski says:

    Aphrodite the Goddess of beauty, love and desire as I would feel all those things with a glass of wine in me lol!

  213. following onPinterest

  214. Following on RSS too

  215. kate lancaster says:

    Would just have to be Eros :-)

  216. Janet Robertson says:


  217. Athena – it would be an amazing lunch!!!

  218. Mickie Bull says:


  219. Edith Partington says:

    Narcissus – seems like a nice boy.

  220. Victoria N says:

    Eros, no question!

  221. Joanna Orr says:

    Pegasus, the winged horse!

  222. Joanna Orr says:

    Jo Orr – Google Reader

  223. Joanna Orr says:

    Following on Pinterest – I’m Jo Orr

  224. Laura Pritchard says:

    Achilles – a hero like that would have a big appetite & enjoy this!

  225. Demeter – goddess of agriculture, horticulture, grain and harvest to help me with the allotment.

  226. Follow through rss as Sam Fernley/happy homebird

  227. follow you on Pinterest as Happy Homebird

  228. Pat Stubbs says:

    Artemis – goddess of the hunt

  229. helen jones says:


  230. Fiona Matters says:

    Hmm. Achilles – swoon!

  231. Zachary Hudson says:

    Aphrodite the Goddess of beauty, love and desire!

  232. Ani Costa says:


  233. Eros he has lots of love to give and it would be a romantic meal.

  234. i follow on stumble upon as ashlallan

  235. Mark Finch says:


  236. Dee Dmonte says:


  237. GLENDA PROFIT says:

    Dionysus – he knows how to party

  238. Dionysus!

    Follow on Pinterest, StumbleUpon and via RSS.

  239. Zeus

  240. Colin Wright says:


  241. apollo

  242. Dionysos – paaaarty!

  243. I follow you on Pinterest as Carol

  244. I follow you on Stumbleupon as essexgirlSE

  245. I’d share with Hermes – god of Travel and messenger to the Gods – what a lot he could tell me!

  246. Emma Carter says:

    I’d share it with the main man, Zeus :)

  247. Emma Carter says:

    Following on Pinterest

  248. Diane Nicholl says:

    Bacchus, he can provide the wine and these would be great to nibble on while share a few drinks.

  249. michele omalley says:

    Thor because he’s thunderously hansome

  250. Sheila Reeves says:

    Subscribed via RSS to Google reader

  251. Sheila Reeves says:

    Follow via Pinterest

  252. Amanda Oakley says:

    Thor! No reason needed :-p

  253. diane webb says:

    Hestia – love cakes

  254. linda bensusan says:

    Apollo, because he is the God of music (among other things) and i love music especially Christmas music!!!

  255. Zeus

  256. Nancy Bradford says:

    Aphrodite because she seems a bit nicer than some of the others.

  257. Kathy cakebread says:

    Zeus seems cool

  258. emma cella says:

    follow via rss/pinterest/stumble upon

  259. emma cella says:


  260. Zeus

  261. zeus, no doubt

  262. Mr Steven King says:


  263. Judith Allen says:

    I’d share a picnic with Athena, goddess of wisdom and handicrafts, I think she would be fascinating!

  264. Thor

  265. Emma Jackson says:

    Hera, she had a rough time with Zeus and needs a treat πŸ˜€

  266. jo hutchinson says:

    following on pininterest

  267. Apollo so we could have a spot of music together and a bit of archery to break up all the over-indulging from the hamper!

  268. Mia Fergusson says:

    I’d choose Dionysos

  269. Mia Fergusson says:

    sorry i entered with my old email address by mistake. This is the right one , id choose Dionysos

  270. kay adeola says:

    Zeus the greatest

  271. kay adeola says:

    followed u on pintrest kay adeola

  272. Aphrodite

  273. Eros!

  274. Eleanor Jones says:


  275. Minerva aka Athena – goddess of metalwork/mining amongst other things – she could really make a meal golden – literally.

  276. Colin Wright says:

    followed on Pinterest and StumbleUpon

  277. Isabelle Smith says:

    Dionysus xx

  278. Zeus

  279. Nick Hopkins says:


  280. Nick Hopkins says:

    I have subscribed at etheltench123 (at)

  281. Nick Hopkins says:

    Following on Pinterest as Nick Hopkins

  282. Colin Gault says:


  283. cheryl lovell says:

    Zeus :)

  284. cheryl lovell says:

    following on pinterest

  285. Krissy Del Agua says:

    Zeus – he is the main man after all!

  286. apollo xxxx

  287. catherine plant says:


  288. tracey gibbons says:


  289. tracey gibbons says:

    subscribed via google reader

  290. Apollo :)

  291. Adonis:-)

  292. Apollo as he is the god of music, and I love music and dining

  293. Lemknip Pink says:

    Hestia (maybe she’d help with the cooking?)

  294. Eros,the God of love <3

  295. Julie Paton says:


  296. Zeus

  297. Carolynn Woodland says:


  298. Laura Cooper says:

    Hestia – the goddess of hearth, home and cooking according to Wikipedia – very appropriate.

  299. Laura Cooper says:

    following on RSS

  300. Laura Cooper says:

    following on pinterest

  301. Laura Cooper says:

    following on stumbleupon

  302. Arabella Bazley says:

    I might just be tempted to share mine with Adonis… πŸ˜‰

  303. Arabella Bazley says:

    I follow you on RSS google.

  304. Arabella Bazley says:

    I follow on Pinterest

  305. kristy brown says:

    Would be Zeus for me!

  306. kristy brown says:

    Already RSS Subscriber

  307. kristy brown says:

    Already a Pinterest follower too

  308. sandra henderson says:

    Dionysus god of wine say no more!

  309. Karl Foxley says:

    Dionysus the god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness and ecstasy in Greek mythology. Sounds like a good laugh!

  310. Karl Foxley says:

    I’ve also subscribed to the blog and following you on Pinterest :)

  311. Hestia

  312. Deborah Wheeler says:

    Hesta as she could probably make something really tasty with the ingredients

  313. Sheri Darby says:

    Apollo – He’s so strong

  314. Sheri Darby says:

    subscribed through google+

  315. Sheri Darby says:

    Am following on Pinterest

  316. katrina adams says:

    Hades – let’s face it he can’t get invited to join the party very often can he?

  317. Becky Downey says:


  318. Zeus

  319. Melanie Gardiner says:

    Zeus – well it never hurts to smooze with the man in charge :)

  320. Rachael Donovan says:


  321. olivia kirby says:

    Zeus, though I don’t normally share!

  322. Katherine L says:

    Zeus .. I’d like to pick his brain!

  323. Katherine L says:

    I’m already subscribed to your blog via email :)

  324. Katherine L says:

    I’ve subscribed to your Pinterest :)

  325. Saran Benjamin says:


  326. Adonis

  327. Dionysus – He has all the yummy wine!!

  328. subscribed to blog via google reader

  329. matthew colburn says:

    zeus :)

  330. Zeus – because he rules!

  331. Emma Thackery says:


  332. Samantha Atherton says:

    Zeus because i don’t want to make him angry

  333. Danielle Woodman says:

    Eros :)

  334. Hades – no one’s mates with Hades poor guy πŸ˜‰

  335. kellyjo walters says:

    Dionysus – God of Wine! .. I’ve drunk more than my fair share lol

  336. kellyjo walters says:

    followed on pinterest :)

  337. marie yeardley says:

    zeus, aim for the top

  338. Janet Bagnall says:

    Gotta be Adonis πŸ˜‰

  339. Bridget JOHNSON says:


  340. Eros πŸ˜‰

  341. I’d send a message to Hermes to come share it with me

  342. I have subscribed to your RSS feed

  343. I follow you on Pinterest (mamof3boys)

  344. olivia kirby says:

    added to Google reader xxx

  345. olivia kirby says:

    following on pinterest olivia280177

  346. olivia kirby says:

    following on StumbleUpon

  347. Margaret Alwena Jones says:

    The multi talented Apollo.

  348. marianne lester-george says:


  349. Paula Phillips says:


  350. sarah davison says:

    zeus – the king

  351. Angela Turton says:

    zeus x

  352. Lynn Savage says:


  353. Lynn Savage says:

    Following on Pinterest as Lynn Savage

  354. shelagh milne says:

    Apollo a bit of sunshine wouldn’t go amiss

  355. Cat Williams says:

    Zeus – I like a man with power

  356. Jo Wakefield says:


  357. Thor – I’ve always thought he was a bit hot!!

  358. sarah clegg says:

    Demeter πŸ˜€

  359. Stacey Guilliatt says:

    Peter Andre πŸ˜‰

  360. Stacey Guilliatt says:

    Followed via Google reader

  361. Stacey Guilliatt says:

    Followed via pinterest – staceyguilliatt

  362. Amanda letch says:

    The King of Gods , Zeus

  363. Amanda letch says:

    Following on Pinterest

  364. Amanda letch says:

    Added to Google reader x

  365. Eleanor Powell says:

    Dionysus – he knows how to party!

  366. Sharon Arnott says:

    Apollo. He could supply the light and the music and I would supply the hamper :)

  367. Sharon Arnott says:

    Subscribed to RSS via Google Reader Sharon Arnott

    Already following on pinterest Sharon Arnott

  368. natalie eveleigh says:


  369. i subscribe via rss

  370. already follow on pinterest

  371. viv petrillo says:

    Dionysus lots of wine!

  372. Patricia Walker says:


  373. Dionysus, he would bring wine

  374. Leanne Bell says:

    Probably Zeus x

  375. Jackie Osborne says:

    Appollo – he could light up my life

  376. Charley Foulds says:


  377. Claire Trevor says:

    Hestia as I’m sure she could cook up something good using it as an ingredient

  378. Claire Trevor says:

    Following on pinterest

  379. Tricia Cowell says:

    Dionysus would be very handy if we ran out of wine :)

  380. josie harrison says:


  381. Who else but Dionysus πŸ˜‰

  382. my twitter name is @pixiepie123

  383. i might be tempted to share the nifty garlic zoom!

  384. I’m not sure I could share any >.< might give a spoonful of the yoghurt to my boyfriend!

  385. Zeus would be my choice.

  386. I’d share it with my partner. :)

  387. Apollo – I could do with some sun!

  388. Andrena Harrison says:

    Peter Andre!!!

  389. Caroline Scott says:

    It would have to be Zeus because I need all the details surrounding THAT shower of golden rain.

  390. phillippa lee says:

    He bought fire to earth – so would be good to start a fire to cook on. Unfortunately he gets tied up and his eyes eaten out by an eagle – more for me?

  391. Apollo

  392. SUSAN L HALL says:

    Zeus – for me it has to be the Big man himself -The Father of Gods and men it always pays to go to the top !

  393. Demeter had some nice ideas!

  394. VICTORIA SALTER says:

    would have to be the King of the Gods Zeus!

  395. David Price says:


  396. David Price says:

    Following on Pinterest

  397. Leona Fisher says:

    Dionysus for sure :) Love wine x

  398. Dionysus…. what can I say? I’m a wine lover lol

  399. Subscribed to on RSS

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  401. Linda Guest says:

    Hermes – after all that travelling he would benefit from yoghurt and honey to refresh and revitalize him

  402. Sergio Meucci says:

    Tethys, greek sea goddess. The goddess Tethys, who may have been a primordial deity of Archaic Greece, and in Classical myths was described as the mother who oversaw the chief rivers of the world known to the Greeks. Im sure that would work up the need for a youghurt or two.

  403. I would have a midnight feast with Selene (goddess of the moon).

  404. I would share mine with HERA wife of Zeus, queen of the gods and goddess of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings and empires. And with a husband like Zeus all hot air, thunder and lightening; I think she could do with a treat!

  405. Aphrodite as hopefully she’d be really pleased & would do something about my abysmal love life!!

  406. yum yum

  407. Romana Richards says:

    Hestia – she’d love to come for a cuppa as well.

  408. Joanna Sawka says:

    Apollo :)

  409. Karen Jones says:

    Zeus – he might make it stop raining!!

  410. Joanna Sawka says:

    Following on Pinterest as Joanna Sawka

  411. charlotte bendon says:

    zeus, it would have to be him x

  412. Sharon Worsley says:

    Eros πŸ˜‰ as I would share it with my husband to celebrate our anniversary and all the good things 2012 brought us including our first child!

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  415. Amanda Richardson says:

    Dionysus or if not able to, then my hubby!!

  416. Anthea Holloway says:

    Eros for me!

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  418. Jules Naybur says:

    I’m sure Aphrodite was a giggle xx

  419. Natalie Henderson says:

    Zeus!! :)

  420. Michelle Becker says:

    Demeter. We’d make a great team with his food supplies and my cooking skills.

  421. Catherine Whittall says:

    Pandora :-)

  422. Katie Teasdale says:

    Perseus –

  423. Dionysus

  424. Gemma Clark says:

    Dionysus – Simply because i’m a wine kinda gal πŸ˜‰

  425. Gemma Clark says:

    subscribed to RSS feed thankyou

  426. Emily Fraser says:

    Apollo : )

  427. Alison john says:

    Ummm Apollo.

  428. karen dixon says:

    Zuess or my husband, he may not be greek but he’s a god to me

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  434. Sally Bannister says:

    heaven knows……..its all Greek to me

  435. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    I’m not fussy lol Greek – god I’m happy either way lol

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  437. Sharon McGuinness says:

    Aphrodite, the Goddess of love

  438. Hayley Colburn says:

    Aphrodite, she can give me some pointers, following also on pintrest x

  439. Derek Watson says:

    Plutus god of agricultural wealth

  440. Poseidon, Im a bit of a sailor and would like to know when I will get fair winds

  441. Rebecca Woodroof says: