I just noticed that Socrates said it first in Plato's Symposium (a dinner party story) when he was commenting on the kind of praise everyone was giving the god "Love" and how it might not be true praise, but maybe only flattery. It's liable to be exaggerated flattery because there is no one listening who really knows him (the god Love) who's gonna prove you wrong.
A person who thinks they are “all that” believes they people should buy them lunch and open doors for them. They think they are so hot and sophisicated that they can attract anybody.
And people would be calling her that all her life.
Repairman: Im REPAIR MAN MAN MAN MAN!!!!!!
Johny Quench: HERE COMES ME!!!!!
It's still funny, so shut up