Sigh. It raises the question. To "beg the question" means something completely different. Here is a simple rule of thumb of when that phrase should be used: never.
Thank you. I've been wondering if I was the only person left who cares.
You need to shave/bathe/put on nicer clothes, etc.
Is that all you ever think about?
You forgot my birthday/the milk/to flush, etc.
So, you're blending a reference to the sale of indulgences and the Protestant Reformation with a reference to Jesus' advice to the rich man who wanted to know how to get into heaven?
Quite a mix for one metaphor. I'm awed.
Thus they pay the camel through the needle's eye to stay out of hell.
"Your sentiments do you honor, but if you will allow me to say it, metaphor is not your best hold."
-- Mark Twain, "The McWilliamses and the Burglar Alarm", 1882
High five, bro! That's exactly what I do. I usually wander randomly around a store for 30 minutes or more before I pick up the thing I came for. Throws 'em off the scent.
"Always keep 'em guessing!" That's my motto.