alright... this can mean ANYTHING!!!
u can't fuck w/it... don't try, it's not gonna work!

also see i'm all purpose bitch!

NOTE: This phrase is like thoia thoing. No lie... it means anything u want it to mean.

the basic:
"I'm all purpose"--- this can mean anything
by ALLPurpozeBIoTCH January 10, 2004
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A real man. A crew chief. A dude that gets shit done, fixes jets, drinks more beer than you, cusses, spits everywhere. A dude not scarred of work and 12+ hours in any weather although scheduled for a 8 hour shift. One of the dirtiest mother fuckers you've ever met. Smells of JP8/OIL/HYD FLUID, yet still pulls pussy. Dirty minded and can beat the shit out of any pilot or Jackass Pro Super. The person called upon to "UNFUCK" a jet. The only aircraft maintainer that matters. Leader of the flight line and Air Force. Someone who everybody else works for. The Boss.
We can't fix this jet, better call out an All Purpose Gurilla a.k.a. Crew Chief, a.k.a. the only person that can unfuck this jet
by mattm0627 December 3, 2010
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An all-purpose idiot is someone who is downright stupid and has no idea what they are doing. The term originated from M*A*S*H
(The camp was to be inspected by General Macauthur so Frank was in charge of duty rosters)
Hawkeye: What do you mean no orderlies?
Trapper: They're all out manicuring the rocks, I couldn't even get an X-Ray on this guy.
Hawkeye: Are we running a hospital or a motel for visiting demi-gods?
Trapper: It's Frank Burns the all-purpose idiot.
by Mash4077 April 6, 2015
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Nonsense, it means nothing. Its what people say when they really mean to say "for all intents and purposes".
1. For all intents and purposes = Correct

2. To all intents and purposes = Correct

3. For all intensive purposes = WRONG! You should have paid attention in English class!
by Malicious Matt August 20, 2005
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Originally used in common American/English vernacular as 'all intents and purposes' by just barely unintelligent people trying to sound as if the 'intents and purposes' surrounding them are highly important.

This phrase has since been changed to 'all intensive purposes' by people who do not listen carefully to the original phrase used in poorly written movies and who have also never seen it in print in equally poorly written books.

Also, the person listening to a speaker who says 'all intensive purposes' is likely to overlook it.
Tanar: Yeah, you're pretty much by best friend, but for all intensive purposes we'll just call it a tie between you and Kelsey.

Alyssa: Okay!
by FiskElection December 15, 2009
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de facto: The phrase is a corruption of "for all intents and purposes" by persons who have heard the phrase, but have not read it in it's proper form. It means "for all intents, and for all purposes."

de jure: Taken literally, the phrase means "for purposes which are intense. All purposes which are not intense are not included." This is almost completely opposite to what is meant by most people, and is why it is imperitive that persons use the proper phrase.
For all intensive purposes, everyone gets this phrase wrong.
by KJ Fee January 12, 2007
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