fat catnoun

  • ja金持ち、有力者
  • ena wealthy, powerful, and prominent individual

Examples

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Mute
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But after prohibition banned the sale of alcohol, restaurant profits cratered
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and owners began encouraging tipping just so they could pay their servers less.
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Oh, sorry Ally. I'm not gonna be able to pay you this month.
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You better take some of that fat cat's cash.
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And I for one, I'm sick of these fat cats
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controlling the government and getting their paws into everything.
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Republican and Democrat, you know?
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Mute
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I think I'll have him be friendly to ghosts.
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Ask about her career as a ghost.
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No no no no, no no no, no, get back here.
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Just get to know, hey, get to know her.
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Gossip, gossip.
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Hey, you hear all that juicy gossip about the sunshine?
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Oh yes, statue and baseball glove.
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How 'bout that though?
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(Sim laughing) This is going swimmingly.
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Yes plus plus plus plus, joke about politicians.
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(chuckles) Stick it to those corporate fat cats.
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Oh they're all big money, big money.
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[radio] Do you feel like you are working harder and harder these
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days just to stay financially afloat while fat cats get richer and richer?
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It's not just a feeling and you're not alone.
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[radio] The income gap between the rich & poor in America is at an 80 year high.
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That's the largest differential since the period immediately preceding
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the great depression.
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We need to get obliterated at the end of the week because we're so stressed.
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It's kinda sad, it's like this perfect capitalist cycle.
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What's capitalist mean?
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It's the system that we live in
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where we work endlessly to make the fat cats fatter
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and we're just the plebs.