While Christians and Muslims seem diametrically opposed in many of their religious views there are some striking similarities between members of these two faiths.
Surprisingly, however, it is not certain aspects of their doctrines – their theillogical literature – that are the more noticeable of these two sworn enemas.
For the answer, one has to turn to the medical journals.
A recent paper, published in Sheep, Goat & Camel Herders Weekly by world renowned orthopedic surgeon, Doctor Stumble Limpdikski, suggests an anatomical shortcoming in their nether regions.
As the tenets of each religion make allusions to “Walking in the footsteps of the Wholly Profit” , Dr. Limpdikski was called in to make a prognosis. This was after Ear & Throat specialist, Dr. Adenoidal Eerwacks discovered adherents of these two faiths, and especially re-baked Christians, had only a mere 1% hearing in one ear.
This hearing defect caused adherents to incline their heads to one side in an effort to hear better. Although, he was quick to add that they hardly ever seem to listen. “This must be why they call it mono-theism,” said Dr. Eerwacks.
Over the years, this tendency to such a bias forces a shortening of the bones in one or the other leg.
Eventually, devout Christians and Muslims end up going around in circles.
Dr. Limpdikski believes there is little hope of a natural reversal once the condition has set in.
“At first, we thought they were just play-acting, and in the grand tradition of the theatre, suggested they ‘Go break a leg’. However, this did not have the desired effect and caused more psychological trauma.
Dr. Limpdikski has offered a non-surgical procedure as a less painful, albeit long-term alternative.
“If you come across one of these poor misguided souls, one might consider taking pity on them rather than offering ridicule for such unfortunate behaviour.
”I recommend telling them jokes as often as possible,” said Limpdikski. ”Several have succumbed to a healthy dose of leg-pulling and it is marvelous to witness how a lucky few return to walking a straight and narrow path.”