(idiom) dressed very nicely, extravagantly, or elaborately
Aidan: Wow! That was a great meal! Don’t you think?
Ogie: Yeah, you can say that again.
Aidan: Time for a dessert!
Ogie: Oh, no, I’m chock-a-block ..phew!
Aidan: Okay! One Chocolate Ice Cream please! i’ll order some Vanilla ice cream and pudding
Ogie; No-no- wait!
Ogie: It means, I’m full, no more food please.
Aidan: oh, Okay, I’ll eat your portion then.
chock-a-block or chock·a·block (chk-blk)
1. Squeezed together; jammed: The cheering fans were chock-a-block in the stands.
2. Completely filled; stuffed: “I recommend the north shore chowder, chockablock with pieces of seasonal fish” (Charles Monaghan).
3. Nautical Drawn so close as to have the blocks touching. Used of a ship’s hoisting tackle.
Chock: a hall that was chock-a-block full.
Ogie : Sitting with a serious face trying to do his homework
Aidan: Hey , How is it going with your homework
Ogie : Sigh – I don’t know, man. Accounting is really not my cup of tea. I’ve been trying to solve this for ages
Aidan: I see
Aidan: I think rather than tea you better drink some milk, my mom always said it helps to concentrate
Ogie :I’m not drinking tea …
Ogie : It actually means I don’t really like doing accounting, but having a cup of tea with milk is common in some countries.
Aidan: Really? I thought you use milk only with coffee. Let’s have a cuppa then!
Ogie : Sounds good! I need a break anyway.
not one’s cup of tea
Fig. not one’s choice or preference. (Used to describe an activity you do not enjoy. Can sound somewhat affected.)
meaning from the freedictionary.com
(right) off the top of one’s head
without giving it too much thought or without precise knowledge
off the top of your head (informal)
if you say something off the top of your head, you say it without thinking about it for very long or looking at something that has been written about
Trivia: koekikoe is my little sister’s cake shop. She makes cupcakes based on orders 😀