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1. To have only one plan and no backup. Meaning, if that plan fails, you're screwed completely.

2. To focus on one (usually insane) scheme, often at the expense of having a life.

3. Plan A, Plan A, Plan A. Plan B? What plan B?

related to monoployism. (to put all ones eggs in one basket)

(origins: typographical error in FB chat, which stuck and fell into usage)
Dezza: "So hang on, fred is out there giving away all his worldly possessions why?"

Jedda: "Well, our pastor said Jesus is returning tomorrow - Fred believes we'll be caught up in the clouds so he won't be needing any of his stuff"

Dezza: "Nice monoploy"
by D.Liver.Rants April 16, 2011
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