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    I'm full up.

    I'm full.
    I'm full up.
    Do they mean exactly the same thing? Are they just different ways of saying exactly the same thing?
    Thanks.

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    Re: I'm full up.

    Quote Originally Posted by yuhan View Post
    I'm full.
    I'm full up.
    Do they mean exactly the same thing? Are they just different ways of saying exactly the same thing?
    Thanks.
    Yes, they mean the same.

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