General_Ricardo   Saturday, October 02, 2004, 09:55 GMT
"Are you into fast food?"
"Are you about fast food?"
"Do you like fast food?"
Do these sentences have the same meanin?
Easterner   Saturday, October 02, 2004, 10:41 GMT
The first and the third mean much the same. The second doesn't make much sense to me though. I don't think anybody would say that.
Hannah   Saturday, October 02, 2004, 15:32 GMT
The second one doesn't seem so natural as a question. However you could say for example "I am all about coffee/computers/etc". Some people use that expression when they're asking for a job and it means that you're really intrested in computers for example and know everything about them.
mjd   Saturday, October 02, 2004, 16:51 GMT
"I'm all about...."

This is a colloquial expression that means "I really like..." or "I'm really interested in..."

"I'm all about science fiction movies." (I really like science fiction movies).

"I'm all about computers." (I really like or I know a lot about computers).
General_Ricardo   Saturday, October 02, 2004, 21:11 GMT
aha, yeah I'm sure I've heard "I'm not all about (or not about) skinny gurls" I think that what it was. Anyways, thanx guys
General_Ricardo   Saturday, October 02, 2004, 21:14 GMT
I was wondering what "troy" means. I couldn't get it off
Random Chappie   Saturday, October 02, 2004, 23:10 GMT
Troy was an ancient city on the Bosporus and in present-day Turkey. I believe it's somewhere near Istanbul.

Troy is also a system of weight measurements.