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What does it mean when someone says to you : you are so full of it ?

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They pretty much think you're full of crap, and don't believe what you're saying.

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They are pompous, or act self-important... They can be arrogant

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It could mean that they don't believe whatever you are or were telling them.

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I would say that they are saying you are full of crap. Which would mean you're incorrect or you aren't telling the truth!

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It means they don't believe you,........

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They think you're exaggerating, embellishing ...

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It means they don't believe you. Or they are saying you are selfish.

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It's a sarcastic way of saying that you don't know what you're talking about!
By the way you've never heard that expression before? <:(

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It means youre prolly kin to me

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When someone says to you, you are so full of it he or she means that you are a know-it-all person. It could also mean that you are conceited, vain, and egotistical. It is mainly used in a sarcastic way.

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