the fourth line :
- gravity-defying: I think i can figure what it means – their pay is so high – but I don’t get it that the way the two words combine. I mean, I can’t see these two words’ relation.
the seventh line
- hold fat cat’s paws to the fire … what?? is it a metaphor or sth? why they need to hold a fat cat, and why they have to hold their caws to the fire.. cruel…
“Fat cat” is an idiom for a wealthy person Lexico:
A wealthy and powerful person, especially a
business person or politician.
To “hold someone’s feet to the fire” means to apply persuasive pressure Lexico:
Put pressure on a person or organization in order to obtain a desired
“Gravity-defying” is a common idiom meaning, well, to defy gravity. Imagine a tightrope walker, eg. Apt to fall at any moment.