1 definition by I tell the trooth

When someone says something to you that is quite true and you would like to agree in a corny/simple and "to the point" manner, you say "too true, too true." ("too true" is often repeated to create a more dramatic effect.") In addition, when one does repeat "too true" the second time one says it it is often slower and in a deeper voice.
-friend 1: "That guy/girl over there is EXTREMELY hot!"

friend 2: "Too true, too true."

-student 1: "I hate this class! We get so much homework!!!"

student 2: "Too true, too true."
by I tell the trooth June 12, 2009