full of... phr.
SE in slang uses
see under beans n.3
(orig. US) contemptible, stupid, nonsensical.
|AS VII:5 332: full of bean soup / full of crap / full of prunes—expression of disbelief or contempt.‘Johns Hopkins Jargon’ in|
|Grapes of Wrath (1951) 54: Willy was full of crap.|
|Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye in Four Novels (1983) 237: ‘You told me once you didn’t know much about guns.’ ‘Oh, you know I’m full of crap,’ I said.|
|Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956) 250: They are full of crap.|
|Corner Boy 148: Aw, she’s full of feces.|
|(con. 1930s) Lawd Today 61: Aw, you niggers full of crap!|
|Property Of (1978) 77: You’re full of crap.|
|‘The Open Book’ in Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing (1995) 109: So it’s high time somebody debunked him; / he’s so plumb full of crap.|
|Penguin Bk of All-New Aus. Jokes 147: Why are men like toilets? They’re either vacant, engaged or full of crap.|
|Art Of Project Management 451: So, if ever people complain that requirements and problem definitions take the challenge out of problem solving, know that they’re full of crap.|
see under glue n.
see under hop n.3
|DSUE (8th edn) 435/1: C.19–20.|
2. of a person, lying, spinning a line, telling tales [euph. for full of shit phr.].
|Last Detail 151: You’re so full of it.|
|Stormy Weather 317: I think you’re full of it.|
|Hooky Gear 263: J, youre full of it. Youre a farty dreamer is wha.|
3. see full adj. (1)
see full of beans under beans n.3
(N.Z.) talking nonsense.
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl.|