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Your favorite line describing what monks are "really" doing in the monastery...
  • Others chanting in the Monastery
  • Others cooling their heels in the Monastery
  • Others wandering the Monastery
  • Others surveying the Monastery
  • Others taking refuge in the Monastery
  • Others lurking in the Monastery
  • Others perusing the Monastery
  • Others meditating the Monastery
  • Others contemplating the Monastery
  • Others examining the Monastery
  • Others having an uproarious good time at the Monastery
  • Others imbibing the Monastery
  • Others romping around the Monastery
  • Others exploiting the Monastery
  • Others cooling their heels in the Monastery
  • Others drinking their drinks and smoking their pipes about the Monastery
  • Others avoiding work at the Monastery
  • Others about the Monastery
  • Others scrutinizing the Monastery
  • Others rifling the Monastery
  • Others making s'mores by the fire in the courtyard of the Monastery
  • Others wandering the Monastery

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