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was called the Fruit of Knowledge and you'd a-thunk that
the consumption of such a wholly useful comestible would
have resulted in the epiphany of math and science and astronomy
and music and art and cooking and advanced tantric
sexual techniques and clog
dancing and accordion repair that its
It didn't quite work out that way.
In fact, if God had made lawyers on the sixth day you can bet he would have been
staring down the barrel of a deceptive practices lawsuit on the seventh.
Like most religious teachings the FOK provided fuck-all
regarding any sort of useful information. It was all pretty
much "Nom-nom-nom, oops! For some dang reason we're
naked and ashamed. Better rustle up some fig leaves, muy
pronto. What, Lord? Where?
Now? Really? Shiiiiit!"
More to the point, why would God opt for the sexual sport
package for his little creations in the first place if
he didn't intend all along for them to transgress his arbitrary
guidelines (Or "Godliness". Hah! I kill me!) and
start doing some serious begatting?
It all seems so silly when you think about it. It's a pity
BTW, I realize that the full name is "the Fruit of
Knowledge of Good and Evil" but that just makes it
even more bizarre as it somehow considers sex to be evil.
But that's only if you do it right.
Raging Pencils salutes the
Mystery Readers of
you are, thanks for
reading my inflated
A blast from the reeking past. The FLS
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We see Adam and Eve sitting on a hill overlooking Eden
as the first day of their new lives dawns.
Eve: "You know, Adam, when I first heard of the Fruit
of Knowledge I thought that it would unveil all of
physical laws of the universe, even those that could
someday disprove the very existence of God himself.
I can't believe all it did was let me know what your
Adam (thinking): "So. Totally. Worth it."