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- proper n. Plural form of Cathy.
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She favors gruff narrators, approaching her stories through the eyes of the inarticulate, oft forgotten outcasts usually overshadowed by Chatty Cathies or boy geniuses.
After the 10th time of hearing "Shush chatty Cathies" I got so pissed off I retaliated.
Despite a four-game winning streak that has left the players resembling a bunch of Chatty Cathies, Wilson decided to make like a hermit, sending his regrets through an emissary that he didn't feel like sharing his thoughts -- good, bad or otherwise.
The offender was given an amount of cash and cigarettes before he left and fled down the main street before heading south down Cathies Lane.
I cannot understand the upfront on the surface, superficial bullshit of the churches .... especially the Cathies ...
Among them: "Chatty Cathies," those who show up late and make a grand - and disruptive - entrance; "spotters," the ones who insist on having the same place in class each week (so they can look at themselves in the mirror); and "soloists," those who choose to do their own routine rather than following the program (usually, Gregor says, because they want the attention).