I would like someone to explain the way the "so much too" construction works in sentences. What prepositions work after this construction? I made up these sentence and would like to know if they work:
- He was so much too angry to even look at him.
- I was so much too happy about it that I couldn't avoid announcing it.
- This story is so much too good to be true.
- The man was so much too stupid as to leave her along.
Edit: Since we can use "too" to mean 'to a higher degree than is desirable' can we add "so much" to it to intensify it even more and use it as a comparative? I was actually comparing it to "so much (so) that":
- I was so much happy about it (so) that I couldn't avoid announcing it.