Apollo: Nah, usually we don’t tell mortals that we are gods. Very few could actually live with that knowledge. They’re happier when they don’t know.
Hermes: And Apollo is the creepy one. He’s so passionate it scares people.
Apollo: What? I’m not creepy!
Hermes: How else do you explain your bad luck with mortals? You expect too much too soon. They’ll get anxious because of your actions and then you’ll get hurt just because they don’t understand.
Apollo: That was before! I’m not like that anymore. You should know.
Hermes: I didn’t mean -
Apollo: Yes, you did. You wouldn’t even care if I got myself hurt, would you?
Hermes: What? Of course I would. What are you - ?
Apollo: Oh, shut up.