What does "I'm feelimg fat and sassy." mean?
Aug 18, 2011 4:21 PM
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Fat and sassy Adjective: Happy, elated, exuberant, in a fine state physically and emotionally, couldn't feel better, fit as a fiddle.
August 18, 2011
Having read the other answers, I would say that this term means different things in different cultures. In my culture it is used often and usually refers to a state of mind, rather than a physical condition. "Fat" is often used to mean contented. "Sassy" suggests confidence and usually means overly confident or arrogantly confident. Examples: "Considering my high score on the midterm exam for my English class, I am feeling fat and sassy about taking the final exam." "With all of the attention the boys are giving her, Jane has gotten a fat and sassy attitude."
August 20, 2011
Usually a woman who doesn't care about her weight would say: I'm feeling fat and sassy [ I don't care if I'm overweight as I still feel stylish/ good about my appearance]
August 18, 2011
I have no idea, but it sounds difficult to clean up afterwards.
August 18, 2011
I'm feeling* Well fat means "big" or "full of fat", and sassy means rude or disrespectful. So you're basicly stating that you're feeling fat and rude!
August 18, 2011
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