"how would you like to bed the golden Aphrodite?"
"Oh Apollo, if only!" the giant-killer cried.
"Archer, bind me down with triple those endless chains!
Let all you gods look on, and all you goddesses too –
how I’d love to bed that golden Aphrodite!"

– Homer

The Odyssey, Book 8, lines 380-384. Like humans, the gods have a sense of humor too, as shown by this banter between Apollo and Hermes in the bawdy tale told by bard Demodocus. Apollo and Hermes are talking about how they would bed the goddess of love Aphrodite. This is after Aphrodite is caught in the act of adultery with god of war Ares. The goddess is married to god of fire Hephaestus.