A phrase used in response to "how are you feeling?" or a question asking for a person's energy level or level of engagement.

"Full Bars" references our cell phone society and our dependence on "full bar" reception.
For a person ready to go out all night, one would ask a friend, "How are you feeling?"

"Full bars."

Synonym: "low bars"
作者 Rocro 2011年11月29日
To be incredibly enthusiastic about something, almost to the point of sexual arousal. Used if an aquaintance constantly bleats on about a particular person, place or thing. Normally accompanied by the lifting of the arm gesture whilst slightly bent at the elbow
Golly, Tarquin has an absolute full-bar for playing polo on a Sunday

or

I have a full-bar for a sweet sherry today
作者 Cockles 2006年8月24日

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