Did the earth move for you?

“Richter Scale of Love” photo by ___Q___

Over the past year there’ve been more tremors felt in Singapore than I remember in the last decade. And there might be an explanation for this, according to a member of the Israeli Knesset.

Shlomo Benizri MK, a member of the ultra-Orthodox Shas Party, claims that earthquakes are caused by homosexual activity.

I haven’t heard something like this since Sunday School and Bible Knowledge (‘O’ Levels) classes, where I learned about the destruction of the cities of Sodom and Gomorra because their inhabitants were all sexually deviant homosexuals and that’s where the English terms Sodomy and Gonorrhea come from and we should never ever try it or even look at it because Lot’s wife was turned into a pillar of salt which is not really useful because you can’t build anything permanent with it.

I’m guessing it was with this knowledge that this particular Right Honorable Member of Knesset asked his government a couple of days ago to stop “passing legislation on how to encourage homosexual activity in the state of Israel, which anyway brings about earthquakes”.

Good thing we stopped this Repeal 377A nonsense, else we’d suffer really, really big earthquakes, and that wouldn’t be nice, especially with rising prices and all.

So the next time there’s a tremor that rattles your chandeliers and topples your collectibles from your display cabinets, shake your fist and yell, “damn you faggots, stop it already! I’m really scared!”

The upside to this Shlomo shemozzle though, is that gay euphemisms and pick up lines will now include “seismic activity”, and “would you like to see my Richter scale?”

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4 responses to “Did the earth move for you?”

  1. Lincoln Avatar

    ha ha ha…

    “would you like to see my Richter scale?”

    good one…

  2. Lincoln Avatar

    ha ha ha…

    “would you like to see my Richter scale?”

    good one…

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