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The Headmaster
Posted on: 18 October 2005, 3:22pm

A modern alphabet should be inclusive, and as far as I know, nuns are pretty much confined to the Church of Rome. They make a nice picture too - there was a 70's artist who populated all his paintings with nuns, because it saved having to draw legs. It was that or penguins.

The Headmaster
Posted on: 1 November 2005, 10:39am

After chancing on an enlightening film on late night television, featuring details of nuns' habits from top to bottom, I've just updated the nun illustration to include a guimpe. Not every order includes it in their uniform but is very common - see the excellent selection of nuns for sale at www.catholicsupply.com/christmas/nun.html

And I'd thought I was being clever to remember the rosary.

The Lawyer
Posted on: 13 November 2005, 1:39pm

No digital trickery on this one then? I thought nuns were always the first subject of x-ray specs! Didn't they feature in your alternative school magazine? 

The Headmaster
Posted on: 14 November 2005, 10:44am

'Ye Olde Gossip' you'll be referring to, it may have featured nuns, I can't recall. Most of it wasn't so tasteful: for instance, the 'topless' page three models were decapitated.
I've sorted out the digital trickery for you now (shame on you).

The Lawyer
Posted on: 29 November 2005, 12:38am

I didn't know they shaved. How did you find out, Headmaster, Sir?

Disappointed that there are no stockings, but the nurse makes up for the lack here.

The Headmaster
Posted on: 29 November 2005, 10:22am

Not shaved - plucked.

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