The Brief: "All the," used as an exaggeration, means "many" or "much."
This hyperbolic phrase insinuates that someone possesses so much of an item or quality as to own all of it that exists, or as much as possible. It is typically used to comedic effect.
I wish the woman on the train next to me would eat her banana, apple and then orange louder. No, wait, hang on, we’re good, she is totally doing all that right near me in a virtually empty carriage really loud eating all the fruit, loudly, near me. We’re all good then.
— amanda abbington (@CHIMPSINSOCKS) February 4, 2019
All the money!!! pic.twitter.com/yGawgkTjHl
— AhMing (@AhMing0210) February 19, 2019