Friday, 30 January 2015

Religious Pigs

Now before everyone gets upset about the title I suggest reading the entire post first. Then you will realize that the title is not so bad.

Everyone knows the story of the three little pigs and how the wolf tries to get them and ultimately fails. But one of the most important aspects of the story is usually missed. When the wolf blows the first two houses down and attempts to blow the third house down he says:

"I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house in."

To this, part of the reply from the little pigs is:

"Not by the hair on my chinny chin chin."

Why is it important? Because it proves the three little pigs are good Christians unlike so many of their human counterpart Christians.

Next time a supposed Christian comes knocking at the door (yes I mean the Jehovah's Witnesses and the Mormons seems they are the only ones who take it upon themselves to bother people at home) take a look at their faces; well the male faces unless you happen to live next to a freak show that has a bearded lady as one of their attractions.

Notice that the guy standing there trying to sell you a religious idea is clean shaved.

OK. Its not a big thing. Some people just don't like beards. But if you are trying to peddle a religion to people in their own homes surely you should start off by showing them that the word of God is true and not something you pick and choose at will to fit the way you want to live.

"How does that make the three little pigs good Christians?" you may ask. Which is where the following Bible verse comes in:

"Ye shall not round the corners of your heads, neither shalt thou mar the corners of thy beard." (Leviticus 19:27, KJV)

The fact that the little pigs had hair on their chinny chin chins meant they were not shaved unlike that peddler of false religion at your door. So next time a peddler of some religion comes knocking at your door be like the three little pigs and get a fire going and watch him burn his arse as he tries to get to you.

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