And Punnery rhymes with Nunnery and you know that that means? Get thee to a Brothel.
Is "nunnery" a euphemism for a brothel in Hamlet?
"It is true that "nunnery" had two very different meanings in Tudor England. Modern dictionaries only list one definition of the word, which is, of course, a convent. However, if you look up "nunnery" in a dictionary of archaic words and uses, you will see that "nunnery" did mean both a convent and a brothel in Shakespeare's day. Its meaning as a "brothel" was colloquial, though, even in Tudor England."