questionsare you still haunted by nuns?

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Luckily no.

Hope the scars don't run to deep.

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Same as @mtm2 on this one. I went to a public school. Look at how well I was learned. :)

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Nope, me neither...public school grad here, k - 12.

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Yeah I went to public school as well. In fact, I don't think I've even seen a nun in real life.

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Yes and no is my answer. I forget why. Went to private school for one year, longest year ever. lol.

But I could help you forget the haunt with the Nuns having fun calendar and Nuns Learning Karate.

If you watched the second link, I thought the last clip was hilarious. Stabbed to the chest with a crucifix is probably just as bad as getting stabbed with a knife to the soul.

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Takes a long time, but recovery is possible! I had 12 years of catholic school. Couldn't wait to get out & go to a secular college. Maybe it's just age, but I'm no longer haunted. I also tend to steer clear of organized religion in general. Find it damages the soul. Don't mean to offend anyone. Just my choice of path in life.

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Yes, and I'm not even Catholic, nor did I attend Catholic schools.

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"Catholic grammer school"? that's it @mkentosh, i'm calling the nuns!

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I was lucky to start catholic school just after the knuckle-smacking went out of style.

But I'm still haunted, just the same. If my spelling and grammar start lapsing Sister Mary Helen pops into my head and gives me a very stern lecture about how I won't amount to anything if I can't tell my homonyms apart.

"If you can't define the word you don't know what it means!" - Sister M.H.