too much information

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too much information

  1. (informal) An expression indicating that someone has revealed information that is too personal and made the listener or reader uncomfortable. Usually written as "TMI".
  2. (informal) Common with Internet forums to introduce an expansion of a short answer with additional information that may be "more than you ever wanted to know". It is a hint that the following information can be ignored if the short answer was sufficient.

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