Fat Cat is a rhyming game in which one person supplies a clue, such as, “a rodent abode,” and the other must come up with a rhyming response, like, “mouse house.” I grew up calling the game “fat cat,” but a quick internet search reveals that everybody else calls it “Hig Pig,” or “higgy piggy.” What’s a “hig”? What’s a “higgy”? I don’t know.
In previous posts, I’ve brought you Fat Cat rhymes sure to impress your linguistic lackeys. In this post, I delve further into the realms of top level Fat Cats that should only be used in emergencies, against your highest level opponents. Here they are; use them judiciously.
A subtle crook: A Subliminal Criminal
A microscope: A Science Appliance
A hyperactive rubberband: A Spastic Elastic
A late fete: A Tardy Party (Near rhymes are allowed!)
A trendy informant: A Hipster Tipster
A novel thief: A Book Crook
The First Lady’s familial role: Mamma Obama
Creationism: Theology Biology
Denying climate change: Science Defiance
Crappy dissertations: Theses Feces
That should hold you for now. Too many, and you would likely come by to challenge me to Fat Cat, and I can’t have that. So, please click the flower to attend to another corner of the Daisybrain universe: