What does full of yourself mean?
to think you’re better than (or more important than) everyone
Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:
The Diary of a Teenage Girl (2015)
Time of Scene: n/a
Kimmie: Alright, tell me.
Minnie: I can’t tell you. You have to guess.
Kimmie: You fucked somebody!
Minnie: What? How did you know?
Kimmie: I’m so happy. Who was it?
Minnie: Guess! Gretel is listening.
Gretel: I am not! You’re so full of yourself!
The Breakfast Club (1985)
Time of Scene:
Brian Johnson: I just wanna tell each of you that I wouldn’t do that. I wouldn’t and I will not ’cause I think that’s real shitty.
Claire Standish: You’re friends wouldn’t mind because they look up to us.
Brian Johnson: You’re so conceited, Claire. You’re so conceited. You’re so, like, full of yourself. Why are you like that?
Claire Standish: I’m not saying that to be conceited. I hate it. I hate having to go along with everything my friends say.
Brian Johnson: Then why do you do it?
Claire Standish: I don’t know. I don’t – you don’t understand. You don’t – you’re not friends with the same kind of people that Andy and I are friends with. You know, you just don’t understand the pressure that they can put on you.
Brian Johnson: I don’t understand what? You think I don’t understand pressure, Claire?
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Patch Adams (1998)
Time of Scene:
Joletta: Look here, Judy, another future boss.
Hunter Patch Adams: Oh, I wouldn’t look at it like that.
Joletta: You may think I’m exaggerating, but in another five years you’ll be so full of yourself you’ll have to hang a cup out your ass just to catch the excess.
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