What fun do Monks have? Nun!

Enter the Honourable Judge's favourite tavern for a dram of Tittle Tattle. There's an ancient bandit in the corner, but I forget his name...
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What fun do Monks have? Nun!

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What's going on here?
Can somebody explain the woman who hasn't gotten into the habit?

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Can somebody explain the woman who hasn't gotten into the habit?
God knows? One thing is for sure, there are a good few "hail Marys" being racked up. Can't see the Bishop walking round with a set of keys round his neck and an ex London Transport leather change bag. Perhaps he's gone out for a fag. :!?!:
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Your link says 1940s ..... I disagree, those are 1960 machines surely. !PUZZLED!
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Yes, in fact I think post 1964. I think the first Kingsway came out in 64.
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Nice to see Aristos being given a blessing. :cool: They must be the Holy Grail of machines. Of course I would say that. !THUMBS!
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Does this mean uncle Len the "pokie king" will be canonized when (if) he ever dies? If so, would he be the patron saint of amputee robbers? !SAINT!
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