A roasted turkey's rump.
At Thanksgiving dinner, my old Portagee Grandma always loved to eat the Pope's Nose.
by Bumkicker Slade May 10, 2005
Noun. American.
When referring to chicken, especially fried chicken. Phrase coined by David H. Stocky, and known as "The last part of the chicken over the fence!"
The very crunchy part of the chicken, apparently in relation to it's hind quarters.
When I was a kid, my favorite peice of chicken had the popes nose because of it's extra crunch!
by Amy Bugbee June 28, 2004
In the immortal words of David H. Stocky, "It's the last part of the chicken over the fence".
Pertaining usually to fried chicken, it is the extremely crispy , heavy skin piece, indicitive of the chicken's hind quarters.
When dad laid down the chicken bucket, I always grabbed the crispiest peice, and it was usually the popes nose. Mmmm crunchy!
by Amy Bugbee June 27, 2004
The fatty rump of a chicken, from whence the tail feathers come. Obviously an anti-Catholic gibe. The part that goes over the fence last.
Give the little kid the pope's nose.
by octopod May 22, 2004
Having to shit so bad it feels like you already started a little early.
C'mon, how long are you going to be in the bathroom? I got to shit so bad i've got a popes nose.
by Bangoskank January 01, 2010

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