(something) is all (one) needs(redirected from It's all someone needs)
(something) is all (one) needs
Said ironically to indicate that something is not wanted or needed at all. Great, more interns to train—that's all I need! We're already struggling to keep up with everything our kids are doing, so a house full of relatives is all we need right now.
That's all someone needs.and It's all someone needs.; (It's) just what you need.; That's just what you need.
Someone does not need that at all.; That's the last straw! (Always sarcastic. The someone can be a person's name or a pronoun.) Jane: The dog died and the basement is just starting to flood. Fred: That's all we need. Sally: Bill, the check you wrote to the Internal Revenue Service was returned. There's no more money in the bank. Bill: That's all we need. Bob: On top of having too many bills to pay, now I have car trouble! Mary: That's just what you need!
that’s ˈall I need(informal) used when something bad happens in a situation which is already bad: The car’s broken down? That’s all I need!
That’s all someone needs
sent. That is too much.; That is the last straw. Now the sewer’s backing up. That’s all I need.