Does the name "Adam's Apple" in a man relate to Adam eating Eve's apple in the Garden of Eden?

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  • 1 year ago
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    It's a longish story, so relax, pour yourself a glass of water, and if you're exceptionaly lucky, maybe it will turn into wine while you read on.

    The Latin word for EVIL is the same as the Latin word for APPLE.

    And the folks who painted the old old pictures were educated, and KNEW thjis, so they painted the Forbidden Snack AS an apple, altjough th Bible never mentions "apple".

    And the Tellers of Tales tell stories to EXPLAIN visible phenomena for which (at the time) there was no known explanation.

    What's all that NOISE, during a rainstorm?

    Depending on which story was popular in the region, it was explained as the God known as THOR, striking His mighty hammer against the Dome of Heaven, or angels bowling, or the roar of the Storm Dragon.

    So, why is here a lump in the throat of a human male?

    It is INHERITED, from the First man.

    As he was swallowing his second bite of the Forbidden Fruit, the effects of the first bite suddenly hit, and he realized he had really REALLY screwed up!

    And it got caught in his throat.

    So every human male SINCE, has inherited the ump.

    BONUS INFO:

    Want to know what ELSE you guys inherited?

    Somebody wondered why many mammals have a BACULUM, but human males do not.

    Well, the Teller of Stories said that, some time well BEFORE the Forbidden Fruit episode, the First man had a baculum, but had no particular reason to NEED one,

    So the Creator cast Adam into a deep sleep, removed his baculum, and used it to create the First Woman.

    And he covered up the site with "a flap of skin".

    The story was later cleaned up, so it was a RIB bone, not the baculum, which is the penis bone.

    But, it's easier to believe the original story, because of the "inherited evidence".

    Next time you're both sober, take a good close look at the underside of some guy's weewee.

    You will see what sure as heck LOOKS like a badly healed scar, running the entire length.

    just like the lump of fruit in the throat, and the Stain of Original Sin on the soul, it is alleged to have been inherited from the First man.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    The legend says that while Adam was eating of the fruit a piece of it lodged in his throat and he began to choke upon it. And from that day forward oh man had a bulge in their neck.

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    No, it doesn't.

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  • 1 year ago

    In one of the theories, it is a reference to Adam in Genesis who supposedly got an apple stuck in his throat, although the book does not mention this incident nor the type of fruit that was involved. Another theory is that the term is a result of a language confusion.

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  • yodi
    Lv 6
    1 year ago

    choked on that sucker he did

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  • 1 year ago

    Yes, it's directly referencing the Eden mythology.

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  • 1 year ago

    nah. more like 'the male round thing'

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  • Aaron
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    It could be related to that. Maybe part of the punishment from God that we have a lump in our throat. Although it says nothing about that in the Bible.

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    No. Garden of Eden doesn't mention an apple. Where is your mind.

    • could still be a cultural reference

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  • 1 year ago

    Sounds like it.

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