the firstest with the mostest

get there (the) firstest with the mostest

To arrive at some place or do something first and with the most amount of some advantageous quality, resource, or commodity. The phrase is (wrongly) attributed to the Confederate Civil War general Nathan Bedford Forrest when asked about his strategy for successful military maneuvers. When it comes to maintaining its lead in the market, the tech company's philosophy has always been to get there firstest with the mostest. There is a huge number of complex, high-minded theories about how to win a war, but more often than not is simply boils down to getting there the firstest with the mostest.
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the firstest with the mostest

humorous The first (to do something or in some hierarchy or order) with the most to offer; the first and best. Every applicant wants to be the firstest with the mostest, but some of these resumes are padded with the most ridiculous things.
See also: first, most

firstest with the mostest

the earliest and in the largest numbers; the earliest with more of what's needed. Pete got the prize for being the firstest with the mostest. I always like to be there early—the firstest with the mostest.
See also: first, most

the firstest with the mostest

mod. the earliest and in the largest numbers; the earliest with more of what’s needed. Pete got the prize for being the firstest with the mostest.
See also: first, most
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We have to be the firstest with the mostest in all of technology fields.
Nathan Bedford Forrest described the key to warfare as "getting there the firstest with the mostest.
General Nathan Bedford Forrest was famously quoted as saying "Get there the firstest with the mostest," and that's pretty good advice.
Corum is to be commended for trying, like Buford, to be the firstest with the mostest, even if he chose the wrong ground on which to make his stand.