Anyone Has A Good Example That You Can Gamble You Soul And Lost It To Somebody Else?

Book, Document, Bible, Internet sites, Videos, anything!
The story is that my friend and I was talking about what is ammod made of so…….my friend said that it was a kind of nut that grow in shells but he was wrong and I was right, ammond is the core in abricots! But before all that happends, he said that he bet his life and everything plus soul that ammond does not come from abricot.
I won so….. does that mean I got his soul?
And can people buy/trade souls?
Cause I had trade 5% for a jew’s soul before. Does jews have souls?
Do you need to beleive God to have soul?
Is it considering a sin to get other people’s soul?
Cause man, If you can…………..I have fuuucking 4soul now.
Can you sell souls to the Devil?
Even though it’s not yours?
That would be fun!
Would it?
Would it considering a sin?


  1. Gen. Stiggo wrote
    at 2:06 - 30th Styczeń 2010 Permalink

    If you’re talking about almonds, they are tree nuts, not apricot kernels, so the rest of your question is meaningless. It is true that the kernels of some varieties of apricots are substituted for almonds, and are sometimes called bitter almonds or apricot almonds, but they are not almonds.
    Aw, heck, the rest of your question would be meaningless regardless.

  2. Lola Cola wrote
    at 3:47 - 30th Styczeń 2010 Permalink

    I believe an episode of the simpsons already accurately documented the dangers of betting your soul…
    Edit: god bless wikipedia:

  3. Peter R wrote
    at 8:03 - 30th Styczeń 2010 Permalink

    Well, first you would have to produce a deed stating that you do indeed own this soul. It is impossible to produce evidence that someone has sold their soul because we can not even prove we have one. It must be accepted on faith.
    You may be able to sell your spirit by aligning with people who degrade it and by allowing greed and whatnot to run your life. But how can sell your soul when it belongs to God? If The Man said he spoke in parables, would his Disciples not also do so, holding to the true secrets for the highest students? It was the mass of religious followers and potential followers who he was speaking in parables to. Do we claim to be Disciples? If not than perhaps taking the bible as literal is a grave mistake.

  4. Jeff S (AM~Natural Selector) wrote
    at 13:29 - 30th Styczeń 2010 Permalink

    „Dear Lord, the gods have been good to me. As an offering, I present these milk and cookies. If you wish me to eat them instead, please give me no sign whatsoever.
    (…short pause…)
    Thy bidding will be done. {(Munch munch munch.)}” – Homer Simpson
    that was for you lolacola!

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