Don’t worry, these are virgins without souls. A bit like realdolls I guess.
How many virgins do YOU know? Now, imagine 72 of them. Serves the buggers right, if you ask me !!!!!!
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Does that mean virgins are 72 times more likely to get into heaven than those who have fornicated?
Also, realdolls are creepy as hell.
Hm. Wikipedia estimates something like 1500 Islamically motivated suicide bombings since 1980… that would be 108.000 virgins… you think there ever WERE that many? Or isn’t that dead humans? If they ARE, is there a minimum age you need to have reached before you get recruited… or wait, is that really 72 PER martyr… or is there 72 that have to service all 1500? And anyway, do they STAY virgins? I mean, eternity is long, so after 2 1/2 months you sit there with 72 Non-virgins… what then? Can you be reincarnated to earn fresh ones?
Hey, no one ever said that the 72 virgins were female, or human for that matter. Imagine the look on the martyr’s face when they open the doors to paradise and see 72 curious virgin goats looking back at them!
…or 72 middle-aged men playing WoW.
everyone shares the virgins- budget cuts…
What about Hitchen’s contention that the translation refers actually to 72 white raisins of crystal clarity, or some such thing?
Just try f*cking _that_.
72? 1 would be more than I can handle, so I guess you need not worry about me!
Do muslims beliave in orginal sin? If they don’t then I know where those virgins come.
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