A superior brand of toilet paper, famous for its cleaning capabilities of removing excess fecal matter from the rectum after defacating. It also has many other uses such as wiping vaginal blood, cleaning up after masturbation, and can even be used as kindling for a camp fire.
Make sure you bring enough Koran for your camping trip.
by tinklemint September 16, 2006
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What I call my weed.
I call my weed the Koran because burning that shit will get you stoned.
by Follower of Ahura Mazda September 18, 2012
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A particularly nice brand of toilet paper, often provided free by Saudi Arabians.
Damn, I took a nasty, runny, ham-and-bacon shit and then realized I didn't have any Koran. I'll have to use Charmin until I can get the Saudi embassy to send me some more free koran.
by Nigslayin April 27, 2016
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Is a ripped off version of The Bible. Koran was written after the Torah, in the late 7th century, while much of the Torah was written at least 3,000 years ago.

They said that Abu Bakr, The Prophet Muhammad 's moral guidance did the book 25 years after Muhammad died.

The Koran, Satan's addition to The Bible.

In Muslim heaven the men get to have sex with 77 virgins in front of God. Wow! What do the women get? And do you really think that heaven is a place where men have orgies? lol Wow these people r already burning 4 believing such evil! lol
by wisemansaid August 24, 2006
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The "holy book" to all Islamic peoples. If read, one would find that they want to "slice the fingers and necks of the unbeleivers" and force them into "submission" into the Islamic faith.
A book written by Mohammed (Probably while he was doing drugs) in which if when you die in good faith, you go to heaven to bang 12 year old boys and 12-19 year old virgin girls.
Reading the Koran is Terrorism
by Bobby Spinx August 26, 2005
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A holy book that can be grouped into the world's "three major religions" category. The other two main religions, Christianity and Judaism, have their own holy books, the Torah and the Bible. All three holy scripts essentially convey the same message regarding sin, afterlife, and faith. Allah, the Muslim God (mentioned within the Koran) can be interpreted as the same God mentioned in the Bible and Torah. However, looking at history and the narrow mindedness of some religious individuals, the three similar religions have had much conflict with one another, possibly causing more trouble for the human race than what a religious text's interpretation is worth. As a result, the Koran has received much hate from the people who know almost nothing about the Islamic faith, while the acts of disrespect and violence were justified by the tragedy of 9/11. Like any holy script, the Koran's existence is not evil. The evil committed by people in the Koran or Islamic faith's name and justified by twisting the words of the holy book can only be tied to the evil that lies in people not the message of the love of God that any religious text may contain.
Muslims read the Koran just as Christians read the Bible to help guide them through life.
by Christina Kelly April 10, 2013
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