a multipurpose expression generally used by some young african american's of the hip hop culture as another way of saying: i agree,real talk,im glad to hear that,to da fullest etc.

joe:yo i don't have to work so im going to come and pick u up so we can hit up dat party tonight.iight?

rashaad:All day! muh nigga!
by marlon bunche July 24, 2006
means "often"

Mostly used hand in hand with anything that has positive quality.
Do you use marijuana?

All day, every day.
by contagion; September 19, 2009
Restaurant slang (kitchen). A request by a line cook to the expeditor (controller of the orders) about the total amount of orders for specific items.
Chef, I need an "all day" on filet mignons.
by Shad June 20, 2004
gang slang used to say "Okay", but in a sense that they will get it done no matter what.
speaker a:"put that shit in the van tonight"
speaker b:"all day man"
by grand spanka April 01, 2007
overused and at times annoying response to what day of the week it happens to be
"Is it Wednesday today?"

"Yep, all day."
by holly August 11, 2004
Term used in prison amongst inmates meaning they're serving a life sentence.
How long you down for?
"all day"
by Dreek January 09, 2010
1. Yes
2. Of course
1. "Tyrone, are you going to hit that?"
"All day."

2. "Tyler, are you going to clean the dishes"
"All day."
by Rick Becker December 24, 2009
AllDay© (one word) adj/int.~The Ultimate word. Can mean anything from "yes" to "excellent!"...can also be used as a question or the end of a prayer...AllDay can also be used as a greeting or conversation ender, in which the other person replies "EveryDay" also spelled "E'ryDay"
Ex. Sentences...
1. That shit was AllDay !
2. "Hey man i was so wasted last night" "AllDay???"
3."Hey man did you see the game last night?""AllDay!!!"
4.In Jesus's name....AllDay
5. Curt: d00d Allday

(HighFive)

Tyler: Everyday!
by BoadyBambino and AlaricRight December 31, 2010

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