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- adj. comparative form of phat: more phat
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That honor belonged to Warren Buffett, whose shares of Berkshire Hathaway were then trading around $150,000, making the Oracle of Omaha worth about $65 billion — far phatter than the portly Slim, and even richer than perennial WRM contender Bill Gates.
I caught my breath and reminded myself that months ago I lived in a place three times phatter than this, so no need to get excited.
Our spot was phatter than the designs in the magazine ads.
Boy Slim with a phatter crunch-rock repetitive rolling synth attack.
They also seem to be sporting phatter iPhones than the rest of us but they're running the iPhone console for EC2 which may be the reason why.
The fundamental idea in this kind of dungeon is that it contains phatter loot, better encounters, and the most enjoyable content in the game.
Hence, he writes that "the 'New Economy' was a narrative of class warfare as much as anything else: Wherever its dynamic new logic touched down old money quaked and faltered; the markets of inherited wealth were superseded by more extreme tastes; the hip was separated from the square, the opera-going CEOs gave way to those who wore goatees and fancied the phatter rhymes of the street.