Christianity: World’s Longest Running Gag?

sargon13500 years ago, a popular Babylonian zinger had a similar set-up and punch-line with “The Greatest Story Ever Told.”

The deflowered (girl) did not become pregnant.
The un-deflowered (girl) became pregnant (-What is it?”)

Answer: Auxiliary Forces

el-oh-el, or should I say, el-oh-im(?) Anyway, as a connoisseur of “Joke” religions I find this QUITE intriguing.

The hilarity continues (page 124)

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  • JoiquimCouteau

    I don’t get it.

    • SF2K01

      You had to be there. It’s one of those.

  • Keecoyote

    You had to be there.  I think they saying “The gods did it”

  • Chris

    So if you don’t get the joke as told (not what this guy added on) then I’ll explain it to you.  The joke is that the Auxilliary Forces are the only ones who rape women during war.  What does that have to do with Christianity?  Nothing.  This post is just someone being stupid.

    PS – I’m not a Christian

    • Talmadge613

      The set-up is saying that a virgin got pregnant while the ‘deflowered’ girl did not get pregnant by “auxiliary forces”. So in this context ‘auxiliary forces’ must mean divine forces.

      • Calypso_1

        Come on Lacy, this one is a lot better –

        In(?) your mouth and your teeth (or: your urine)
        constantly stared at you
        the measuring vessel of your lord. (— What is it?)
        (Answer:) Beer(!?).

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SDRGDAV7HOVMVSRJPJC6TYJMGE Kancho

    punch-line is The Greatest Story Ever Told.

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