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  • Omniskeptical
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    Originally posted by klaus54 View Post
    I'm confused. So was I or was I not a virgin before my rendezvous with, let's call her "Diane"?

    Am I or am I not a virgin still?

    Was I or was I not a virgin when sperm met egg in early 1954?

    Deep theology like this is above my pay grade.

    K54
    According to the Latin definition, you never were one.

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  • klaus54
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    Originally posted by Omniskeptical View Post
    It didn't certainly change thy non-existant virginity. Being male, [thou art] obviously aren't one no matter how "sexually derprived" thou supposedly may beith. Thou couldn't gain it by being born, and thou wilt get it by being dead.
    I'm confused. So was I or was I not a virgin before my rendezvous with, let's call her "Diane"?

    Am I or am I not a virgin still?

    Was I or was I not a virgin when sperm met egg in early 1954?

    Deep theology like this is above my pay grade.

    K54

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  • Omniskeptical
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    Originally posted by klaus54 View Post
    Wow! Then my experience in a lovely shaded hemlock glade with a GORGEOUS strawberry blonde in April 1973 must just be a VERY vivid dream.

    K54
    It didn't certainly change thy non-existant virginity. Being male, [thou art] obviously aren't one no matter how "sexually derprived" thou supposedly may beith. Thou couldn't gain it by being born, and thou wilt get it by being dead.
    Last edited by Omniskeptical; 08-02-2014, 02:21 PM.

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  • klaus54
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    Originally posted by Omniskeptical View Post
    As a male, I never could have been.
    Wow! Then my experience in a lovely shaded hemlock glade with a GORGEOUS strawberry blonde in April 1973 must just be a VERY vivid dream.

    K54

    P.S. Oh, I get it now. The opposite is true. I was never a "virgin" -- whatever that means in your bleu cheese moonbat version of reality.

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  • Omniskeptical
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    Originally posted by klaus54 View Post
    So are you a virgin or not?

    K54
    As a male, I never could have been.

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  • Roy
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    Originally posted by klaus54 View Post
    So are you a virgin or not?
    I reckon he's a Cancer.

    Roy

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  • klaus54
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    Originally posted by Omniskeptical View Post
    Virginity is not a sexual activity, thus you are the one projecting.
    So are you a virgin or not?

    K54

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  • Omniskeptical
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    Originally posted by Duragizer View Post
    That's possible. Of course, it's also possible you're just projecting -- TO THE EXTREME!
    Virginity is not a sexual activity, thus you are the one projecting.

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  • Duragizer
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    Originally posted by Omniskeptical View Post
    It is both scriptural and scientific.
    I wonder who I lost my pre-birth virginity to.

    Perhaps, you don't know what you are talking about.
    That's possible. Of course, it's also possible you're just projecting -- TO THE EXTREME!

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  • tabibito
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    They took them as women not wives despite the translation.
    They took the women (nashim) for themselves.
    The Giants came from these conceptions.
    Were they giants physically? Nephilim doesn't necessarily (or even primarily) describe physique.

    Just who are these "sons of God"? The term applies to angels, demons, and even to humans, depending on circumstance.

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  • Omniskeptical
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    Originally posted by The Pixie View Post
    So what is this all about?

    "6 When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, 2 the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose."

    Is the problem here that the sons of God were taking all the hot chicks, and leaving none for the guys?

    Why did they marry them? It would seem more demonic to have sex outside of marriage. You seem to be saying they did quite the reverse; they got married, but never had sex.

    When you say human males do not have virginity, do you mean in the physical sense in which females do, i.e,m the hymen?
    They took them as women not wives despite the translation. The Giants came from these conceptions. Male humans don't have a cork, thus they aren't virgins. Thanx to the catholic church, the word virgin means nothing.

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  • The Pixie
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    Originally posted by Omniskeptical View Post
    Even weirder still, the messengers/sons of God are also virgin males who don't reproduce. They have virginity for some reason, which human males don't have.
    So what is this all about?

    "6 When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, 2 the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose."

    Is the problem here that the sons of God were taking all the hot chicks, and leaving none for the guys?

    Why did they marry them? It would seem more demonic to have sex outside of marriage. You seem to be saying they did quite the reverse; they got married, but never had sex.

    When you say human males do not have virginity, do you mean in the physical sense in which females do, i.e,m the hymen?

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  • Omniskeptical
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    Originally posted by Duragizer View Post
    So I came out of the womb already having done the deed? Hot dog!
    It is both scriptural and scientific. Perhaps, you don't know what you are talking about.

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  • Omniskeptical
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    Originally posted by klaus54 View Post
    Then how did the sons of God breed with the daughters of men if the former don't reproduce?

    And human males don't have virginity???

    K54
    Human males don't. And I said earlier, think of it as a bunch of demonic virgin births.

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  • klaus54
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    Originally posted by Duragizer View Post
    So I came out of the womb already having done the deed? Hot dog!
    Why do think doing the deed is so easy for us males, and that we're always ready!?

    K54

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