Hung like a horse.

If I don’t know an answer to a question, I do what most people do – I ask Google.

Google search: What does hung like a horse mean?

Google: Having a large penis.

Google search: Where did the term hung like a horse come from?

Google: From the Bible, Ezekiel 23:20: “There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.”

Google search: Ezekiel 23:20 meaning

Google: Oholah and Oholibah, personifications of two cities: Samaria in Israel and Jerusalem in Judah, respectively. Sisters. Prostitutes. Adulterers. Asses and horses are introduced in Ezekial to show the intensity of lust.

Emission was like that of horses.

To show the intensity of lust.

Hung like a horse.

The bible is much more interesting than I give it credit for and is this really what happens when three men go hunting together, Scott?



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15 thoughts on “Hung like a horse.

  1. Lol Nice try but even with all the hilarity in this post, I’m still in no rush to read the bible when there are so many other things I could be reading (blog posts for example and the backs of cereal packets). The only way you are going to get me to read or remember parts of the bible is by putting them in Quentin Tarantino movies and having hipsters use the verses in cool and unusual ways 🙂


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