If you have time to whine and complain, then you have time to do something about it. - Anthony J. D'Angelo
And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took the fruit thereof, and did eat ...
- Genesis, 3:6 (King James Ver.)
And she brought him before The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, saying the serpent hath said they would be enlightened, and he took the fruit thereof, and did eat. And he saw she was naked, and so was he, and he was enlightened, and his enlightenment grew.
- Genesis, 3:7 (Blog Ver.)
Eve risked being thrown out of paradise for an apple? On the word of a snake? A talking snake no less? Yeah, right!
You see, Eve had found another tree, The Tree of Pleasure of Good and Dirty.
And when the woman saw the fruit of the tree, she knew it to be more than food, and it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired, she took the fruit thereof, and she took of the fruit again, and she took of the fruit, and she was satisfied ...
- Genesis 3:6 (Blog Ver.)
And when the woman saw the fruit of the man, she thought it was like the fruit of the tree, a fruit to be desired, and she took the fruit thereof, and she took of the fruit again, and she took of the fruit, and he was satisfied, but she was not ...
- Genesis 3:8 (Blog Ver.)
And when they saw that they were naked, they were ashamed, and from leaves she fashioned a g-string and pasties, and from a fig leaf much too big he fashioned a loin cloth.
And lo, it came to pass forever and since, that man has made a vow ... to try, ever chance he can, to turn over a new leaf.
- Genesis 3:10-11 (Blog Ver.)
Eve risked being thrown of Eden for a piece of limp fruit?
Well, duh!!! You're sitting here reading this crap aren't you?