It looks like Britain is set to remain the “Fat Man” of Europe for some time yet.
We make kids believe in a Fat Man who hands out gifts unfairly and makes out with mom, and then ask them to believe in Jesus.
"You can't make a Fat Man skinny by tightening his belt," observed John Maynard Keynes.
If you push the Fat Man onto the tracks, however, he will stop the train, saving the five, but dying as a result.
Most people wouldn't look twice at a “Fat Man” walking hand-in-hand with an attractive, skinny woman.
The short, Fat Man with the bow-legs even had six children at home.
There—do you see that Fat Man that's just going out—him as has got on the Indy 'ankycher?
He was evidently an Englishman--a Fat Man, and in a perfect state of "thaw and dissolution" from the heat and dust.
One is apt to expect little from a Fat Man; but that is often a mistake.
Orville had the Fat Man's sense of rhythm and love of music.