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The penguins realy take care of you. Three squares a day and a place to live and I love their religion. I love all the bloody Saints. I mean, they're in pain, but they're really digging it, you know?

For a start, why does "The penguins" refer to "The nuns" and "squares" mean "meals?" What are missing links?

Second, what does "they're really digging it" mean? Thanks.
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Penguins and nuns - the traditional clothing of nuns made them resemble the black and white penguins. Look at these two images: http://tinyurl.com/28s83z and http://tinyurl.com/2yzhbz

"squares" = "square meals".

"They're really digging it" = they really understand
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Hi,

'The penguins' - Nuns dress in black over white garment.
'Square' - Slang for meal.
'dig' - Slang for like, enjoy.

I sense that the statements were made with a sarcastic tone.
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Hoa ThaiHi,

'The penguins' - Nuns dress in black over white garment.
'Square' - Slang for meal.
'dig' - Slang for like, enjoy.

I sense that the statements were made with a sarcastic tone.
Thanks, Feebs and HT.
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