be sick and tired of (something)

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be sick and tired of (something)

To be or become exceedingly wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with something. I'm so sick and tired 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 and tired of these boring lectures lately.
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You are sick and tired of this issue being blown out of proportion?
Or how many people agree with me that we are sick and tired of the media's coverage of the 2012 Olympics?
The couple said: "We are sick and tired of people trying to make money at the expense of our family.
If you ever come out of your palace long enough to view the real world and not take yet another ``fact-finding tour'' of Hawaiian water projects, you might see that the public taxpayers you work for are sick and tired of your lame excuses as to why you never have any money (except for lavish parties and substantial wage increases).
Watson that an awful lot of us are sick and tired of coming into town and seeing our main shopping street blocked by the unsightly row of tatty stalls.
The people are sick and tired of people like you taking up for refugees and asylum seekers.
Those who are sick and tired of painting are sick and tired of what is most fundamental in their sensory experience.
It's because they are sick and tired of being treated like a bunch of cattle.