Supercalifragilisticexpialidociousism is a little know but widely practiced religion. The Patron Saint, Julie Andrews, stand for Perfictisity, authority, kindness and gentleness. The community motto is "repletus crystallus mellis adiuvo rememdium deorsum vado" or "full glass of honey aids cure downwards fast" (A Spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down). None know of which holy medicine this refers to but many theories exist. Including the most common "Rum Punch Hypothesis" or the "Laughter Hypothesis"
“Laughter is the best medicine.”
~ Former U.S. Surgeon General Bruce Springsteen on alternative remedies
Communal meetings consist of tea parties on the ceiling and meet once a month. The chimney sweeps are considered one of the highest non-sanctified levels of the religion. Admirals and Jack-of-all-trades are sanctified.
Every day at 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM there is a symbolic firing of the cannon from the roof by the admiral. The shouting of "Posts, everyone!" and rush to keep fragile possessions from falling to the ground while the house rocks is part of the cannon firing ritual. The Admiral first mate, thends to get excited when he is ordered to give the cannon a double charge on special occasions.
Children and Sanctified persons are able to jump into chalk drawings. The Holy carouselle is used as at end of holidays, sybolising the freeing of the many colored horses. Foxes must not be killed in a hunt. The final ride of the many colored horses was initiated by the riding of the horse by a fox.
Sacred And Non-Sacred Animals
Peguins are consided inferior animals and forced into the animal slave labour while all other birds (esspacially pigions) are considered holy and "Thou must feed thy birds". The use of banks is strictly prohibited and thy tuppence must be used to feed the bird or on "paper and string". The flying of the kite also links back to birds. "With tuppence for paper and string, you can have your own set of wings, with your feet on the ground you're a bird in flight, with you fist holding tight to the sting of your kite.
Holy relics include the Black Umbrella and bottomless carpetbag.
- Thou must feed thy birds.
- Thou must sweep thy chimney.
- Thou must aim to be practically perfect in every way.
- Thou must laugh on a regular basis.
- Thy floor is naught a place for tea parties.
- Thy kite must fly high.
- Thy holiday must be jolly.
- Thy medicine must be consumed with thy mellis.