And if a woman have an issue, and her issue in her flesh be blood, she shall be put apart seven days: and whosoever toucheth her shall be unclean until the even.
I forgot to put the wife out in the woods last month...
I had a BLT for lunch... and I once grabbed a guy's junk and twisted when he threatened my ex-husband.
I'm not sure junk twisting is forbidden.
Actually it's strangely specifically forbidden
11 If two men are fighting and the wife of one of them comes to rescue her husband from his assailant, and she reaches out and seizes him by his private parts, 12 you shall cut off her hand. Show her no pity.
Cross references:Deuteronomy 25:12 : S Dt 7:2
Actually, I'm not totally against this rule.
We invented tampax. I could get a little more specific, but, It's not a good time of the month. PMS didn't just pop up recently, and people used to live in very close quarters.
Native Americans used to do the same thing...I don't see you using any Native quotes. The fact is, every culture had ways of dealing with the menstrual cycle which were quite similar. Sorry I had to point this out.
Tricky, huh. The Japs had the same problem during WWII. No written language, but enough is known about their culture to be able to determine that they quarantined their women in the fashion of the Israelites. Chances are, women insisted on it, and the men were only complying. Not sure what point the forum was making.
It's in the sandpit... it doesn't have to have a point. I think it might have been for piss and giggles.
BTW... I am going to hell because earlier today I had a mental image of Cagsil flogging me with a wet rope... It was before the BLT.
They couldn't decipher Navajo, the 'code' America was using. No references, no alphabet. Most native 'quotes' that have been recorded, had nothing to do with female cycles, that is why asking for a native quote about menstruation, which is what the Bible quote was about, which you seem to insist on ridiculing at every whipstitch, and so my asking for a comparative quote, knowing full well that there are none, was a bit tricky, if not deceptive on my part. I just wanted to see if I could raise Google stock by sending people looking for quotes they'll never find.
Excuse me. The Japanese. Should I get get upset if someone calls me a New Yorker? Is Jap considered a derogatory term? Then what is 'Brit'?
Sandpit no sandpit . .this is one comparison I would seriously like to understand.
It helps if you first understand why it's OK to refer to people as "Japs".
well when I was in high school some may have referred to me as a JAP. . . and it is not because I had anything to do with Japan.
I'm sure the bear in the woods was very disappointed Ron.
Are we allowed to make silly comments here, or am I still on refrain?
I got nuttin now . .. .after you shut me down yesterday I have been brooding around. .. maybe it will come back. All I got now is Peyton went from #2 to #50 on the top100 list. Where will Eli land is all I can think about now.
Hey Wavegirl, this is in the Sandpit. So, what do you think?
I'm going to hell for writing revenge of the christ, jesus goes rambo on Santa and the easterbunny
I may be going to hell for ripping that tag off the inside of my couch...you know, the one about not removing this tag, and something about new material only. Just sayin'...
Having been raised a Catholic and going to a convent school, you really can't avoid going to hell. Not having been to mass in more years than I can remember and nor having been to confession automatically buys me a one way non-refundable ticket.
At school we weren't allowed to wear patent leather shoes in case they reflected our underwear, could only sit on a boy's knee if you put a telephone directory on the said knee first and if the lights were put out at a party we were told to jump on a table and shout 'I am a good Catholic girl and I am not coming down until the lights go back on'. Needless to say the last one became our favourite party game!
But I have to say that 7 days a month out in a little spa retreat in the woods with a pool, steam room and masseur sounds really nice - should be mandatory and paid for by the government
Nice to see you back Randy!
HA! You oughtta try a Southern Baptist upbringing, Cynthia. Yep, my four weeks are up. Thinking about having a raffle for the next time I get banned. Day and time. First prize would be my entire EBay earnings for a year!
Thanks for the welcome back. They even gave me back my 3 accolades they took when I was banned. Big whoop! Earnings stink lately, how bout you?
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