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Call Nuns

Say a little prayer...
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In these times of rampant agnosticism we've all had those moments of doubt when only the soothing comforts of a 'little sister of mercy' will do. Available in the comfort of your home, office or hotel suite 24 hours a day.
key-aero, Jul 27 2001

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       This could be the start of whole new section - Tele-Theology!
Aristotle, Jul 27 2001

       [Aristotle], I think you're missing something... "Call Girls" is not another name for phone dispatchers.
jutta, Jul 27 2001

       So this has nothing to do with a yodelling Julie Andrews or a Rapid Response Heresy Taskforce?
Aristotle, Jul 27 2001

       I like Aristotle's version better.
beauxeault, Jul 27 2001

       easy to implement - just give the flying nun a cellphone
quarterbaker, Jul 27 2001

       Soothing, key-aero? Comfort? These aren't the terms I'd use in combination with the word "nun".   

       Sorry, but this Catholic-school survivor doesn't buy it. If a nun came to my door, I'd make sure it was bolted, and stay absolutely still until she skulked off to the aid of the next hapless sinner ...
1percent, Jul 27 2001

       I thought you were at the very least, a rampant agnostic, Shipmate
thumbwax, Aug 09 2002

       True, they would comfort. But who would you turn to when your birth control ran out?
Pug, Sep 25 2002

       this is true, they have a "dial a prayer" hotline in the USA
Arcanus, Nov 14 2008

       I suspect that a number of services can send over more comforting women with the right outfits...
ye_river_xiv, Feb 28 2010

       [ye_river_xiv] Yes, I've seen photos* of prostitutes dressed as nuns in the Ginza (streetwalkers, though, not call girls). Apparently a fetish among sararimen.   

       *Years ago, in a course on Japanese culture, I hasten to add. Embarrasment prevents me finding and posting a link.
mouseposture, Feb 28 2010


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