First of all, Jupiter was nothing more that Zeus with a better outfit, more believers and that Roman arrogance, yet he contributed nothing new to either the heavenly or earthly realm. Then there was that creepy Egyptian god, Ra, with the freaky bird head that was always shedding and, of course, he could only eat birdseed, so it was extra work to find something regal enough for him to consume. Odin, the big, fully armored,
clumsy, one-eyed giant, was constantly knocking things over when his massive frame bumping into everything and those two ravens sitting on his shoulders crapped
everywhere. And Brahma, who as a trinity of gods, had to bring Vishnu and Shiva with him, both of whom were insulting and constantly destroying, then restoring things as overdone parlor tricks. Plus, Yahweh, also known as Jehovah and a dozen other
Latin, Greek and Hebrew names (and now simply God with a capital G), bugged Zeus because He was so smug and self-righteous, believing He was the only real, true God, rudely refusing all the invites to these “pretenders” gatherings of imaginary gods.
Once, Yahweh’s Son and Buddha came together, bringing flowers and honey, which was nice and respectful, but they couldn’t stay because they had a lot of prayers to answer.
There’s the door, the first guests have arrived; Hermes, let the immortal pests in; I shall endeavor to be polite and gracious, some deity help me!