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A misinterpretation of the phrase "much of a muchness".
Person 1: Do you prefer the red or the crimson colour?

Person 2: Either one, it's much over muchness.

Person 1: Uh... I think you mean 'much of a muchness'.

Person 2: That's what I said.

Person 1: No, it's "of a" not "over" - subtle difference. Next you'll say "would of" instead of "would've" or "would have".
by schlub April 25, 2010
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