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  1. Antonio

    Full of it/Full of yourself?

    Hi Group,

    What does it mean "you're so full of it or full of yourself" I personally don't get it, what are you traying to say? Can you give me some examples to understand better the phrase and the context too?

    Thanks in advance,

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    Full of yourself= Bigheaded, conceited.

    Full of it = 'it' refers to sh*t

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