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19.
Sorry to sound emo but... it is most commonly when you get dumped and you try to hide the sorrow or whatever, and youre like... "im over it"... but you really arent.

Or... if you ARENT emo... then it means youre done w/ something, like.. ahh screw that.
person one: im sorry i broke your guitar.
person two: its ok, im over it. oh ok. im lying. you fruitstick, buy me a new guitar!
by dizzLe April 24, 2004
 
1.
1) The expression of a loss of interest in something or someone.

2) The indication that a negative event is no longer bothersome to someone.
1) I thought that Bud Light was great beer when I started drinking, but now I'm over it.

2) I suffered for days after she broke up with me, but I'm over it now.
by Webster April 20, 2004
 
2.
By no means am I over it.
"Sorry I made porn with your sister on our wedding day."
"Whatever, I'm over it."
by my uterus and i September 26, 2005
 
3.
I don't care anymore.
"Sorry about standing you up Saturday night"

"It's cool, I'm over it"
by Booty April 29, 2004
 
4.
01. To forget something.
02. No longer affected by a past event.
03. I find someone new, I'm over you, I'm over it.

I don't feel anything anymore, if you think I'm still hating you (or loving you), dudette I'm over it!
Rosemary: PLEASEEEE JOHN! PLEASSE
John: I'm over you
Reosemary: I DON'T MEAN TO CALL YOU A SLUT
John: I'm over it!
by Believe in Me April 27, 2004
 
5.
phrase used when giving up on a certain task; normally used by stoners.

person 1: have you done that math homework yet

person 2: nah Im over it.



*after losing 10 rounds of online halo*

person 1: Im so over this!
by Doublee7300 February 28, 2009
 
6.
An expression used when someone is tired of talking about something; another way of saying, "Ok, this conversation is pointless, let's talk about something else."
Sally: Oh my God, Pam is sooooo annoying. She always....

15 Minutes later

Sally: I can't believe that anyone could be as annoying as her...
Donna: Yeah. Well, I'm over it.
by zanny May 27, 2004
 
7.
Something you say when something like a break-up with your girl-/boy-freind and you've supposedly forgotten about it and have moved on. Yeah right...
Joe: Dude, you all right? I heard Shelly dumped you last night...
John: Nah, I'm over it...
by NtAt April 26, 2004