- n. Plural form of prat.
“Fellow scientists who disagreed with orthodox views on climate change were variously referred to as "prats" and "utter prats.”
“One wonders why he didn't just look around the private members' clubs he frequented, where there were plenty of "funny little people"– specifically, vile media prats.”
“We played like useless prats," said Imanol Harinordoquy, the French No.8.”
“Please, please, please cant you block the prats who post, trying to force their own blinkered anti police agenda, on what is a bloody good police site?”
“Was the Straight Road more straight than those really straight prats of the NJ Turnpike from your old home state?”
“As the social mechanisms to help the homeless are dismantled, they'd better hope a pair of celebrity prats offer to shell out for their rent.”
“Good lord, you guys have to deal with some serious prats, and I, a white, blue eyed ‘yid’ was amongst the worst.”
“The only conclusion is that I and many other taxpayers like me are the prats.”
“It may be best for me to avoid this conversation, though I'd like to suggest that it's also possible to view St Paul as the king of intolerant prats, and Richard Dawkins as, at worst, an intellectually honest biologist who fails to cover all of his tracks when he talks about theology.”
“Fantastic, can't wait, a world without prats with electronic toys, socialising without the annoying sound of ring tones and crappy tinny music and stupid mobile phone conversations.”
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