A phrase which once meant "anything excluding" or "not" but now which means absolutely nothing and is used by Yankees to indicate a lack of intelligence unbeknown to them.
Paul (From Tennessee): I got an 11 on my ACT...

Brutus (From New York): I got a 35, I am all but intelligent.

Paul: Are you sure they didn't mix up our tests?

Brutus: Oh wait, I didn't even take the ACT.
by Rihanyce May 22, 2010
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When a group of friends are taking tequila shots, someone named Abdul yells, "All of it! All of it!" Funny thing is he's the only one not taking shots on his birthday.
Thomas: "Alright guys, cheers!"

*Everyone takes a shot of tequila except Abdul*

Abdul: "All of it! All of it!"
by tac1991 July 19, 2011
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To be totally committed to something.

Possibly originating with gambling games such as Texas Hold 'em style poker, where the maximum 'raise' is to bet your full stack of chips.
If we're gonna do it, let's do it. I'm all in.
by Honor June 24, 2004
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When you place all your eggs in one basket.
Jim: Yo John, how much money are you going to put in that stock
John: Hey buddy, I'm going all in by selling my wife, house, car and kids
Jim: Cool
by John Kennington February 8, 2021
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If someone isn't all there, they are a little bit stupid or crazy.
by Teacher Pascoal August 18, 2009
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