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Cowls

by belg4mit (Prior)
on Nov 25, 2001 at 09:33 UTC ( #127367=monkdiscuss: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

I think a cool thing to offer in Monks Merchandise would be an actual cowl. I'm thinking a rough(hemp?) brown hooded sweatshirt with large cuffs/kangaroo pouch. And of course some sort of inisgnia embroidered (in black) in the breast-pocket location.

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Comment on Cowls
Re: Cowls
by grinder (Bishop) on Nov 26, 2001 at 13:21 UTC
    Wow. I think you need help!

    I can barely imagine the look on my cow-orkers faces the day I would turn up at work wearing a cowl. I think the men in white would arrive in a very short space of time, to cart me off to a place with nice, soft padded walls.

    I suppose I could always wear it doing the grocery shopping.

    Hmm. Then again, maybe not.

    PS: I ++ed this node, because, while it is truly nutty, it does contribute an interesting discussion to the site.

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      Hey! I'm not talking full-length or anything, a *sweat-shirt*. I'll try STFW for some possible candidates soon.

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Re: Cowls
by rje (Deacon) on Nov 27, 2001 at 03:50 UTC
    Oh, that would indeed be cool.
    Could the insignia be a camel?
      Not my call, we could have a vote/poll. Though O'Reilly does have a trademark on the camel. Also AFAIK the monastery logo is the buddha looking figure on the T-shirts?

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