Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Norse, ect.?
I've liked Greek mythology all my life, and recently have been getting into Judeo-Christian.
Because he starts off with a plan that should work, then he gets cocky and it ends up in tatters. He is pretty much hated by the god's, but he still ends up solving their problems with his favorite of two solutions "Fixes the problem" or "Fixes the problem and makes everyone else look like an idiot" (see the steeling of Thor's hammer)
He isn't spat on for eternity either, just until Ragnarök - where he helps end the world and kill the gods
Greek is my personal favorite, but I want to learn more in other culture's mythology
I love Norse mythology. Even Greek mythology is interesting, but it doesn't have Odin and Loki :)
The Norse creation myth is both disturbing and the poster for recycling.
I'm yet to find a mythology that I don't find interesting. I also find it interesting that there seems to be patterns between the ideas, stories, and in particular the connection to astronomy. It's almost like they're all different versions of what is effectively the same thing.
At present I'm getting into Australian mythologies. It's quite interesting, I particularly like the idea that there are multiple concepts of time; that is to say that there's the moment to moment experience, but in the overall reality that's not necessarily how it works, and people can go between the two concepts.
i know very little about the Dream Time, but what i've read is very interesting.
It is :) I also know very little....hopefully that will change.