+162 Since artificial insemination was created, a virgin giving birth is no longer considered a miracle. amirite?

by Anonymous 4 months ago

A la the show Jane the Virgin

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Turkey basters have been around a long time. Could the father of Jesus actually be a turkey baster? Find out at 6!

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I read that as Robert Stack doing an introduction at the beginning of an episode of *Unsolved Mysteries.*

by Anonymous 4 months ago

In the name of the turkey baster, the son and the special gravy. Amen

by Anonymous 4 months ago

So *that's* why we eat Turkeys at Christmas!

by Anonymous 4 months ago

100% if Joseph isn't the father she slept with someone else and used their turkey baster.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Virgin births are what's keeping Maury Povich employed

by Anonymous 4 months ago

The technique was pioneered by Dr. Gahd.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

It's still a medical miracle.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Technically, she's not a virgin. A virgin would technically be someone who has had no form of it whatsoever. at least to me.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I'd still consider that a miracle, just not in the religious sense

by Anonymous 4 months ago

You're being selective with your title to make your statement true; a virgin giving birth 2000+ years ago IS still considered a miracle, which is the whole point.

by Anonymous 4 months ago