5 definitions by Colourful English

Top Definition
obviously, of course, definitely yes, are you fucking kidding me?

This nonsense retort to a stupid or rhetorical question is often mixed with another popular expression - "does a bear shit in the woods?" - to produce variants like "is the bear catholic? does the Pope do it in the woods?"
"Did she come on to me?" he said. "Hey, is the Pope Catholic? Is Bill Gates rich? Of course she came on to me."

The little boy's father walked into the kitchen and asked his son if he was ready to do some fishing. "Does the Pope live in the woods? Is the bear Catholic?" the little boy answered.
by Colourful English May 16, 2006
What is the difference between the blues and chalga?
The blues is for good people who feel bad about themselves.
Chalga is for bad people who feel good about themselves.
I hate the music they play in this restaurant. Don't they have any decent blues?
You must be a good person. Remember the difference between the blues and chalga? The blues is for good people who feel bad about themselves. Chalga is for bad people who feel good about themselves.
by Colourful English July 09, 2006
obviously, of course, definitely yes, are you fucking kidding me?
The expression - used sarcastically to answer a rhetorical question - refers to the lovely American singer and actress, whose huge breasts probably lead her to lie down on her back to sleep.
I found my lucky pair of shoes when I was offered a job to do a TV report on shoe fashions. I was a television correspondent and was asked to review the new shoe styles at all the sleek and swanky boutiques around Manhattan. Would I be interested? Does Dolly Parton sleep on her back?
by Colourful English April 20, 2006
obviously, of course, definitely yes, are you fucking kidding me?
This nonsense retort to a stupid or rhetorical question is often mixed with another popular expression - "does a bear shit in the woods?" - to produce variants like "is the bear catholic? does the Pope do it in the woods?"
"Did she come on to me?" he said. "Hey, is the Pope Catholic? Is Bill Gates rich? Of course she came on to me."

The little boy's father walked into the kitchen and asked his son if he was ready to do some fishing. "Does the Pope live in the woods? Is the bear Catholic?" the little boy answered.
by Colourful English May 03, 2006
yes, of course, why do you ask when you know the answer?

The expression - part of the "does a bear shit in the woods?" family - is used to reply to a question that accepts only one obvious answer: an unambiguous "yes"
Two weeks ago I had a letter from the Prime Minister asking if I would be willing to receive the honour - Commander of the British Empire - if the Queen sanctioned it? Can a duck swim?
by Colourful English May 08, 2006

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