What happens when you get bit bt a snowman mixed with a vampire? Frost bite. Jim heard nothing but crickets. "Tough crowd", he thought to himself. "So, did you hear about the priest who went crazy during his sermon? It was mass hysteria!" Silence. Jim started shuffling offstage. Then: "Guffaw" from the back corner. Jim's head whipped around & he peered into the darkness. "Two nuns walked into a bar...and...and... the nuns smiled at Jim's face and his distrust for the darkness and silence unfold. The nuns then whispered, in unison:... "in tally olde the champion washed unkempt passion" it was a chant, sermon, ethos, and call to arms, all at the same time. The nuns fell at Jim's feet their faces rapturous, their bodies flushed in an ecstasy never looked or hoped for. Jim was just wondering who Tally Olde was & where he could find her. He had some unkempt passions to wash away in her. Nun#1 made it clear that she did not approve but since he was Jim, then it was ok & she & all of her nun sisters would do everything they could to find Tally Olde so that he could dilly dally in her back alley like some silly sally snorting tiffy and taffy like cray cray was catching. The nuns were ON THE JOB now. This was their case now. Finding Tally Olde was becoming more important to them than converting the sinners, and the nuns were eventually divorced by The Lord. As Gay Divorcees, the ex-nuns forgot about Tally Olde and hung aroun stonewall, where they were loved and excepted as who they were. They no longer had to pretend that God loved them. They knew he did as he'd given them an out clause or something.

 

Comments

1 Futique's photo

Fact was that God was tired of old nuns.

2 LunaSta's photo

What a story

3 LunaSta's photo

Amazing this came out of a corny pun xD continue to charm everybody O’ poetic story tellers B)

4 Shabadu666's photo

I would have loved A Nun’s Out Clause starring Hayley Mills or Lindsey Lohan.

5 Futique's photo

I was wondering what it was that they saw in Jim that let them know he was the champion they had been looking for.

6 Futique's photo

BTW, “in tally olde…” was me trying to work out the lyrics of a song I was listening to in some language I don’t speak while I was folding it. It might have been Finnish.

7 Rebbie's photo

Finnish is s unique sounding language. I really like listening to it. One day maybe I will add it to my collections of languages.

8 SlimWhitman's photo

Mitkä kielet olet kerännyt tähän mennessä?

9 Rebbie's photo

I English and, French, fluently and I am studying Japanese, Italian, Spanish and Interior Salish. The last one is super cool to speak as well as read since it is done purely in the Americanist phonetic alphabet. It has things like glottals and pharyngeals. When I was little I spoke Turkish as I lived there for 4 years. That’s cool to write out as it ends up being one giant conjugated word.

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