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    Question high fat chaser

    "I think I'll just fall off the Catkins diet and get myself a little high fat chaser."
    A line from the movie "Garfield", what does "high fat chaser" mean here?

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    Re: high fat chaser

    I'm just guessing here as it is not a normal English expression - it sounds like something that has been made up for the film.

    A 'chaser' is a drink. It is normally a 'short', or a spirit, such as sambuca, that people drink in one mouthful after they have had a different drink, such as a pint of lager. Pretty disgusting.

    So I guess a 'high fat chaser' would mean that Garfield is bored of being on his diet and so he is going to eat or drink something with a lot of fat in it! Perhaps a milkshake??!

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    Smile Re: high fat chaser

    thank you, jamgirl! I got it. Garfield did get milk afterwards.

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