be sick to death of (something)

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be sick to death of (something)

To be or become exceedingly wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with something. I'm sick to death of doing my boss's errands. If something doesn't change soon, I'm going to quit! I was all gung-ho about this graduate program when I first began, but I must admit that I've been sick to death of these boring lectures lately.
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Jim McMahon (an anti-bombing "terrorist sympathiser" by the way) didn't just humiliate UKIP but every Labour MP revelling in this navel-gazing civil war, with this understated acceptance message: "The Tories are taking money off towns like Oldham while everyone is looking the other way and I am sick to death of it.
I AM sick to death of turning on the TV and being confronted by the Great British Bake Off/Cake Off/Bike Off/Saturday Kitchen/ This Morning Kitchen/Cook Chap Travelling in France/ Germany/Italy/Far East and so on and so on ad infinitum.
I am sick to death of these people wasting my hard earned money.
I am sick to death of the Kardashians and their hangers on.
The film is a sobering attack on a culture of inherited privilege and power in Britain with Scherfig dissecting how our egalitarian society is founded on secret handshakes in wood-panelled rooms, where one inebriated club member sneers: "I am sick to death of poor people
However, I am sick to death of the sob stories that accompany these reality talent shows, especially when people are made to tell us how they are doing it for their mum and dad who have supported them through thick and thin or because they love their son/daughter so much and they are doing it all to give them a better life.
However, I am sick to death of the sob stories that accompany these reality talent shows, especially when people are made to tell us how they are doing for their mum and dad who have supported them through thick and thin or because they love their son/daughter so much and they are doing it all to give them a better life.
I am sick to death of cleaning up other people's dropped litter.
and it is fronted by that vacuous woman gushing" Art expert Brian Sewell takes a swipe at TV presenter Fiona Bruce "I am sick to death of doing television programmes fronted by nitwits" Sir Roy Strong, former director of the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum "There is no God-given rule saying you have got to have a well-performing economy.
I am sick to death of watching the sport I love go the shape of a rather large pear.
He says: Of his sexuality: "I am sick to death of the media''s speculation about it.
I AM sick to death of Steve Bruce moaning and whingeing in the newspapers and on TV about Darren Bent's transfer to Aston Villa.
I am sick to death of hearing about people who force me to pay for them and their children with my tax dollars.
I for one, am sick to death of councils, DVLA, post offices, etc sending me twice the paperwork I need and wasting millions of taxpayers' money on the Welsh language I don't want.
I AM sick to death of Wirral residents blathering on about their new bins collection.