5 Metaphors for phat

Mike, seeing Pat crying, exclaimed: "Phat be ye cryin' fer?" Pat, wishing to have Mike fooled also, exclaimed: "I'm crying fer me poor ould mother, who's dead way over in Ireland.

"And phat, would I be givin' her that jaw-crackin' name fur, when her name's Juanita?"

Sure phat's the names of you two darlints?" "EDWIN," he answers, in some wonder, as he hands her a currency stamp, which, on account of the large hole worn in it, he has been repeatedly unable to pass himself.

Sure phat's the names of you two darlints?" "EDWIN," he answers, in some wonder, as he hands her a currency stamp, which, on account of the large hole worn in it, he has been repeatedly unable to pass himself.

Mike, seeing Pat crying, exclaimed: "Phat be ye cryin' fer?" Pat, wishing to have Mike fooled also, exclaimed: "I'm crying fer me poor ould mother, who's dead way over in Ireland.

5 Metaphors for  phat