movement called Empowering Modern Nuns to Understand Financial
Markets (EMNUF) spent the day sticking stamps on envelopes
to its members recommending a new pyramid selling scheme involving
Nun invited to join the scheme sends one item of fashion Nun
attire to seven friends, who in turn find another seven friends
to create the pyramid.
in Eastern Europe have been seen in used clothes sales, collecting
together enough clothing to take part in the scheme.
sister, who has asked to remain anonymous, has locked her
naked self in her room while she sends out her clothes in
the expectation of a whole wardrobe of Nunwear back.
shows the full extent of the mentality of people involved
in such schemes. Sister X could very well never wear any clothes
again if the pyramid breaks before she gets clothes back from
her selected 7 new members," said Albania's Finance Minister.
"Alternatively, she could be a Nunwear millionaire by
December - so let's party!"
high on the pyramid have made clothing fortunes from the scheme,
it is only those Nuns lower in the pyramid who could lose
everything," said a CNN belly dancer.
of the more successful Nuns have been wearing three or four
layers of clothing in some countries as they have received
back more clothes than they are ever likely to wear in their
mundane lives. "It's like hitting a fetish clothing jackpot,"
said a man wearing shiny leather trousers.
riots were a major feature of the Albania crisis in the 1990's
which threatened to topple a government following a series
of pyramid schemes going pop.
selling schemes are a guaranteed way of making money if everyone
in the scheme pays up. People always find a way of mucking
it up however so fortunes for everyone is not possible",
said TV's Mr Blooper narratively.