Is That a Jinn in Your Penis, Or Are You Just Glad to See Me?*
This morning I visited a Website teeming with straightforward answers to probing questions concerning Islam, aka the religion of peace:
I like this site because it has a helpful and informative jinn page. Did you know that these supernatural creatures can get married and have children? It’s true!
Jinn can have pets, too. Of course, we haven’t yet discovered what kind of pets they have, but we do know that these mysterious animals eat feces. Simple deductive reasoning leads me to think this is why some jinn like to live in bathrooms.
If you’d like to know if you have jinn in your home (and you probably do), remember that it is the bray of a donkey—not the crow of a rooster—that signifies the presence of jinn. Roosters are only useful for angel detection—although you may as well check for angels while you’re at it, right?
*Bonus jinn fact: A favorite prank involves entering the penises of non-vigilant humans during sex.