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1.
A dude over fifty five who can still get it
Lionel Richie is one cat daddy you had better not leave your lady alone with
Por Dharam 12 de octubre de 2006
 
2.
a new dance created by The Rej3ctz, who also created the dance "reject." This dance is a add-on on the "Teach Me How To Dougie" dance. In this dance t's like you're in a wheel chair rolling your wheels.
Damn! Chris Brown is beast at Cat Daddy- ing!
Por LesterDG 03 de enero de 2011
 
3.
Cool old man who loves a lot of young women.
An old male hoe.
That old man on the prowl is such a catdaddy.
Por Bink 07 de enero de 2006
 
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Cat Daddy is the name of a dance used when you dougie. It was created by the Rej3tz who have a song called "Cat Daddy" For this dance, you cross your arms in front of you, then behind then you move your hands in a wheel chair motion while going down low.
Minahil, Angela, Sam and Lily Love the way Kenza can Cat Daddy when she plays "Cat Daddy" by the Rej3tz
Por urbandictionaryuser123 22 de febrero de 2011
 
5.
A dance originated by a song by the rejectz where you make a motion like your wheel chair is stunt then drop low and grab your shoulder like a bug.Afterwards tell power 106 to bang this shit. Seriously, thats pretty much the dance.
Kevin: Aye' man watch me hit my reject!
Deandre: who the fuck rejects? It's all about that catdaddy now nigga!
Por ayeUknowwhatitisblackANDyellow 24 de febrero de 2011
 
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when some cats off - aka they say or are suppose to do something but they "cat" off and don't - aka flakes aka unreliable --
Mike said he'll come through with beers, but he never came. What a Catdaddy!
Por minorities101 07 de noviembre de 2012
 
7.
A dance that involves you squatting down and moving your arms as if you are in a wheel chair. Recently it has been mistakenly thought to have been started by the Rej3ctz, but has been around for much longer.
18 Year Old: Do you know how to cat daddy, Coach?

31 Year Old Coach: Yea, I use to do it when I was in High School
Por YourWhiteNeighbor 02 de abril de 2011