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11-12-2011, 01:42 PM
You know traditional wet shaving is getting more popular when the good nuns start making shaving soap!
Dominican Nun's "Gentlemans shaving soap" (http://nunsopsummit.org/shop/gentlemans-shaving-soap-gift-set)
11-12-2011, 07:19 PM
I wonder if this will help me do-my-neck with nun of the burning, ascetic feeling. Perhaps it will give my friend-slick-skin so that the razor glides with no-stick. I might recommend this, but he has some of the thickest hair-I-see, and if he has to go on the mend-I-can't forgive myself. Then I'll also have to talk-him-outta going back to catharidges (having to pay-again and again) by calling him a-sissy. I do want to give him something, even with everything to-lose. He has a habit of meeting my suggestions with a-coy-ness, but I assume he is still au-gus-tine to wetshaving.
11-13-2011, 06:56 PM
Excellent response, even though I only got half the puns!
11-13-2011, 08:02 PM
Thanks! I'm glad that half of them were somewhat intelligible!
Just to clarify, here's a list of what I was going for (and I'll admit that most are quite a stretch):
do-my-neck = Dominic
nun = nun
ascetic = acidic
friend-slick-skin = Franciscan
no-stick = Gnostic
hair-I-see = Heresy
mend-I-can't = Mendicant
talk-him-outta = Torquemada
catharidges = Cathars / Catharism, figured it was close enough to "cartridges"
pay-again = Pagan
a-sissy = Assisi, as in Saint Francis of Assisi
to-lose = Toulouse, where St. Dominic and his followers lived
habit = the uniform of nuns
a-coy-ness = Aquinas
au-gus-tine = Augustine, sounds close enough to "adjusting"
I think that's all of them. Edit: forgot one.
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