(Note: this does not actually have an inappropriate ending, but I understand if you want to skip this story. It’s basically a joke.)
There are two nuns. One is calculating, while the other uses logic. It is already dark, and they are outside of their nunnery.
Calculating nun: Have you noticed that a man has been following us for thirty seconds? He doesn’t seem to know what he wants.
Logic nun: Reasonable Inference, he wants to violate us.
Calculating: Good heavens! At this rate, he’ll have us in 15 minutes. What do we do?
Logic: The only reasonable method, of course, is to walk faster.
Calculating: But at this rate, he’ll catch us in a minute.
Logic: The only reasonable thing to do is to split up. You go there, I’ll continue over here. He can’t catch both of us then.
They split up, and the man chose to continue following Sister Logic.
Sister Calculating arrived safely at the convent but was worried about Sister Logic. Finally, she saw Sister Logic enter the convent.
Calculating: Logic, you finally come back! Thank the Lord! Can you tell me what happened?
Logic: He continued to follow me. The only reasonable thing happened.
Calculating: What reasonable thing?
Logic: He caught up with me.
Calculating: Good heavens! What did you do?
Logic: I did the only reasonable thing. I lifted my skirt up.
Calculating: God, what about that man?
Logic: He also did the only reasonable thing. He pulled his trousers down.
Calculating: Oh my God! Then what happened?
Logic: The result is indeed very reasonable. A nun with her skirt up must run much faster than a man with his trousers down, don’t you think?