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This is a sarcastic answer to a question with an obvious answer of "yes." Taken as a combination of the similarly-intended ones, "Does a bear shit in the woods?" and "Is the Pope Catholic?"

By the way, I'm Catholic.
Do I want an Abita Turbo Dog? Does the Pope shit in the woods?
#pope #bears #answers to questions #sarcasm #nonanswers #responses to questions
автор: eViL pOp TaRt 7 апреля 2006
Another answer for the obvious, "Obviously." Made famous by Steve Martin in his "Wild and Crazy Guy" hit record from the seventies.
In Philosophy you remember just enough to screw you up. You learn the important religious questions, 'Does the Pope shit in the woods?'
#steve martin #obviously #catholic #religion #philosophy
автор: DCD$ 19 ноября 2010
Phrase used to answer a question that has an obvious "yes" or "no" answer. Made famous by Carl Johnson (CJ) of GTA: San Andreas.
Caesar: You wanna make some money?

CJ: Does the Pope shit in the woods?

Caesar: Why you keep askin' me that, holmes? I told you, I dunno. Where the holiness does his business, is his business.
#pope #shit #gta #cj #san andreas #carl johnson
автор: Fünky Füror 16 апреля 2010
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