Inside the Nun Factory: How it Works

With Gimp's co-operation and working from some of his original blueprints, we have produced the illustration below to demonstrate the workings of a typical nunnery.

Mouse over the picture for more insights into the fascinating world of nun manufacture.


Nun factory

Raw materials delivered direct from Rome.

Materials are sorted, graded and consecrated

Basic nun chassis is assembled

Nuns are tested in a centrifuge to establish whether they are good or evil

Wimples are trimmed to regulation sizes

The nuns are filled with holy water, brake fluid and brandy in a precisely calculated ratio.

Sonar and night vision is installed, and the rear end is inflated to 200 psi

Nuns are irradiated, vacuum sealed and sprinkled with magic pixie dust

Nuns are given an official certificate of nunworthyness before being shipped out to department stores

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