Definition of the phrase: Episcopalian Pope
Episcopalian Pope - After the reconciliation of church and state, one of the wisest and most widely praised recombination since frog DNA was inserted in to the missing gaps of Shroud of Turin blood, the Episcopalians were forced to wander the desert for 40 years. Some argue they were forced into the desert while others suggest that the Happy Warming of Global Beaches just made their native land uninhabitably arid. During this great exploration of the desert, the Episcopalians found a leader among themselves, dubbed him their pope, walked out of the desert and never looked back.
The Episcopalian pope resides in a sovereign nation comprised mostly of middle managers and chartered accountants on the island of Atlantis Mons, located just a few miles off the coast of New Mexico. Catholics still refer to the city state as ďthe VaticanítĒ, which does little to ease tension between these bitterly divided groups.
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See also: ignorance,