Amount of texts to »monastry« 11, and there are 11 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 214 Characters
Average Rating 0.818 points, 3 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 29th 2000, 23:07:22 wrote
jox about monastry
Latest text on Mar 19th 2004, 01:30:57 wrote
sandy about monastry
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on Mar 19th 2004, 01:30:57 wrote
sandy about monastry

on Mar 5th 2001, 04:13:14 wrote
the old pirate about monastry

on Mar 28th 2001, 06:20:17 wrote
George about monastry

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seraphim wrote on May 27th 2000, 05:35:05 about

monastry

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i designed a series of houses for recluses which were similiar to monasteries: there was no dining room or bedroom, those were the refectory and the dorter. while the space of solace in a monastery was the cloister, in the house for a recluse, the space of inward focus was the bathroom. seriously. the entire house was centered around the bathroom, in fact the bath was the raison d'etre of the house. just as one can find scholastic knowledge in a monastic cloister, a space of inward focus, amongst their brethren, one could find solace, alone, in the bath. this is why minimalism is so great for bathrooms: when there is no decoration, just spare surroundings, one cannot hide from themselves.

chorus wrote on May 7th 2000, 23:36:26 about

monastry

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the whole world is a monastry to a monk, the world is a circus to a clown and earth a playground to a child. Ever read the biography of Yul Brynner – the world is a subject to a King.

whatevernext96 wrote on Oct 14th 2001, 21:16:46 about

monastry

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Yes, old pirate – Yours Truly can certainly spell 'monastery', as you would know if you had come across my witty text on moaning monks and missing vital elements!! Now – looking at your grief-stricken sentence, what can I do with one missing apostrophe, and the missing terminals 'e' and 'l'?! Pop them into my Enigma machine, perhaps – or send them down the road to that bright girl in the convent...I believe she may be the secret lover of one of the monks in the monastry.

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