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Breishit 12:5 says:

ויקח אברם את שרי אשתו

Avram took Siri, his wife

Siri is the voice used on iPads, iPhones and a number of other Apple devices. I assume that since Avram needed someone easy to travel with, he married an iPhone as opposed to one of these other "girls". I could be wrong about that, so correct me.

But I couldn't find anything in the Torah or the commentary that explains when Avram married his iPhone.


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    The premise of your question is an answer to judaism.stackexchange.com/q/55508 – DonielF Mar 11 at 23:23
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    ..and just imagine how beautiful the phone cover was, in order to make the Kings of Egypt and Gerar do what they did. – Gary Mar 12 at 12:22
  • @Gary Better watch that language you're using. Siri doesn't understand it ;-) – DanF Mar 12 at 14:35
  • I guess our Google girl has better comprehension, When we ask it "Who (short term for passing wind)?", she says it was her and nobody else in the room. When we tell it "your(short term for mammalian protuberances) are too small", she thanks us and says they'll be incorporated in an future update. I'm not kidding - try it! – Gary Mar 13 at 0:42

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