What does aon mean? View the definition of aon and all related slang terms containing aon below:
all or nothing
Usage of AON
The phrase 'all or nothing' is commonly used to describe a situation in which there are only two possible outcomes, either complete success or complete failure. The abbreviation AON is a shortened version of this phrase, often used in texting to convey the same idea in a more concise way. It can be used to describe a wide variety of situations, from romantic relationships to business deals.
Examples of AON used in texting:
1. "I'm going to ask her out tonight, it's AON - either she says yes or no."
2. "I'm not willing to compromise on this deal, it's AON - we either get the terms we want or we walk away."
3. "Playing chicken with your car on the highway is stupid, it's AON - you either make it through unscathed or you crash and burn."