Wednesday, April 05, 2006

40 winks, 3 words, & a hope-for free bonk!

Aftab Ansari uttered the Urdu word for divorce, ‘talaq’, three times in his sleep. His wife on hearing the dreaded word was worried and quietly discussed the matter with her friends. Soon the news spread through the village.

Under Islamic law, a husband need only say ‘I divorce you’ three times to secure a permanent end to his marriage.

So the leaders in the couple's Muslim village in West Bengal state were consulted. Those ‘wise’ leaders decreed that Ansari's unconscious utterances constituted a divorce. Hmmm, why would they do so?

Aha, the reason became clear when they issued further instructions, which pissed off Aftab Ansari and his wife.

Those ‘wise’ religious leaders pronounced that, if Aftab wants to remarry his ‘divorced’ wife, he would have to be apart from her for at least 100 days (OK, not too bad) and here’s comes the crunch, the bullsh*t that covers the lust behind it, that unfortunately demeans the religion in the process.

Those elders decreed that the wife, Sohela must spend a night with another man and then be divorced by him.

Of course there was no lack of ‘volunteers’, chief among whom undoubtedly were the ‘wise’ religious leaders.

But 30-year-old Aftab told those leaders to F-off. OK, maybe he didn’t but KTemoc feels if he didn’t he ought to have. Aftab said he had no intention of leaving his wife of 11 years. Good on you mate and go ahead, tell those lustful old men to F-off. This is one of those few occasions a F-word would be in order.

So in typical sour grapes those religious leaders who missed an opportunity to discharge their lusts on a probably pretty lady have ostracised the couple because of their refusal to abide by the decision of the 'wise' village leaders.


  1. Oh! Yes!
    Religion and F-ing.
    A F-ing Religion of the 'wise' and 'pious'

  2. Anonymous, we need to be fair. It's not the religion but the lustful old buggers who had the hots for the man's wife. No religion ever advocate such nonsense.

    I've known of some Chinese 'mediums' [kee tong] in CHinese villages who were not above 'playing God' [ang kong] to get a free nookie from gullible women.

  3. And one can also see explicit depiction of sex acts carved onto the walls of some Hindu temples in India. It makes you wonder what the what the 'men with the white forehead' used to do in these temples with their female devotees. Some Christians also used to
    advocate 'free sex'. However, such practices are largely discredited by Indians and Christians today and therein lies the difference between the 'wise' men and the 'mediums'/'men with the white forehead'

    These 'ang kongs'will never announce to the world that they wish to s**** someone in the name of their religion because they know what they want to do will have legal and social repercussions. Even the very mention of wanting these free F**** will bring the authorities upon their heads. These 'mediums' always act in secret so as to hide their crimes.

    The 'pious' men on the other hand in this day and age unashamedly announces to the whole
    village that they want free F**** in the name of their religion. They do not even care if the whole world hears their perverted demands. The reason is because these 'pious' men know that no one will dare to bring the police upon them nor will the police touch them as these men are the so-called guardians of their religion.
    Not only that, no one in the village with the exception of the said couple has even dared to question the decision of the 'pious' men. Such is the hold of these 'pious' men over the village and is the latitude given to these 'pious' men by the practioners of their religion.
    Thus, while it is true that no religion "ever advocate such nonsense" some religion it seems
    are open to greater abuse compared to other religions. In other words the religion of these 'wise' and 'pious' men is not entirely blameless for it is a falsehood to claim that the religion of a group of people is in some way divorced from the way the religion is practised by the very same group of people. A religion is defined by the way it is practised and not the other way