that's all (there is to it)
This page is about the conversational phrase that's all (there is to it)
You can use this phrase if there's nothing else you want to say about something, or if there's nothing more to a story.
- "You were in the park to sell drugs, weren't you?"
"No! I was just walking my dog - that's all. I swear!"
- "Are Toby and Elliot sleeping together?"
"They're best friends, but that's all there is to it as far as I know."
If someone says "We were working - that's all", they're saying they
Contributor: Matt Errey