The pat vs nat debate can be confusing. For us, we think about the differences in pat and nat before we actually get to the real conversation.
In general, we think about nat as the person who is a total outsider to the group, so we tend to think of it as the person who is a little different from the rest of the group. For example, if you are a white person with no roots in your community, you are probably a nat. If you were a black person from the South, you may be a pat.
So, the two terms can be hard to separate but we don’t mean to confuse you. The problem with the pat vs nat debate is that it’s usually about where you are in your community. If you think about your community as your tribe, your pat is your tribe member who is a complete different person from the rest of his tribe. His pat is the person who was born or raised there and who is an outsider to his tribe.
The only difference in pat and nat is that some tribes are pat and some are nat. A pat is a person who is a member of a tribe, but has never truly belonged there. In the case of the Southern pat, he has never been born a member of a tribe. So the real difference between a nate and a nat, is that a nat is a person who was born in a tribe, but has never been around the tribe.
So, pat and nat are basically two ways to describe two different ways of living. Pat and nat are two different ways to live because they are two different people. Pat and nat are two different people because they are two different ways to live.
My guess is that the pat and nat are two different ways to live because they are two ways to live because they are two different people.
I’ve been wondering this for years as I’ve been learning to speak, so I’ve been having a lot of trouble figuring out what the difference is between a pat and a nat. I had to give up on using the word “nat” because it sounded like the pat was a person who had never been around the tribe.
The answer is that a nat is one who hasn’t been around the tribe for quite a while. A pat is someone who has been around the tribe for a while (usually a long time). It’s important to note that a nat is also someone who’s not a member of the tribe. They are not considered members of the tribe by most tribes.
The word nat has a very negative connotation so if you say the word pat, most people will think you mean a person who is not a member of the tribe. The connotation of nat is very positive, so they will think you mean someone who is a member of the tribe.
I was going to include this in the introduction but I’m going to put it in the introduction. The word nat is often used to denote a person that is a non-member of a tribe. In other words, a nat is someone who has no legal claim to the land on which they live. I’m not sure why anyone would use this word as a derogatory term.