What would be a typical context of this expression? "Full" in the sense of "crowded", "stuffed", or "filled with"? An example would be most welcome! Thank you.
Whats the difference in Gaelic between He was as full as an egg and It was as full an an egg?
None, I think.
I know this saying as 'as full as a goog' (goog = short for 'googie egg' = childish slang for an egg)