shout (one's) head off

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shout (one's) head off

To shout or yell very loudly and lengthily. Suzy shouted her head off when I told her she couldn't have an ice cream cone. The stadium was packed with fans shouting their heads off for the popular band. Don't bother listening to the crazies who stand on street corners and shout their heads off at passersby.
See also: head, off, shout
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I'm sat on the floor shouting my head off, saying: 'That's it, we'll get to Wembley', and Ray Houghton's going: 'We're not there yet, we're not there yet, calm down, calm down'.
Sean added: "I will be in Inishannon with my girlfriend, we will light up the barbie and I will be shouting my head off for Cork.
I will always have a place in my heart for Cardiff City and I'll be at Wembley on Saturday shouting my head off unashamedly in support of the Bluebirds.
It's the hardest race she's ever been in, but I was shouting my head off at the last bend.
I'm still not fully convinced of the direction we are taking, but if called upon by the team and management to put our differences to one side and give full support to the club, then I'm the first in line shouting my head off and praising where it's due.
Quiet and tired at the start of the night and by the end of it I was shouting my head off, laughing my head off and attacking one our best friends just 'cos he didn't agree with me.
I was actually shouting my head off for him to pass it because Chris Burke was running on the outside and I thought he was going to roll him in as he had a two-on-one but as soon as it left his foot I knew it was going in, it went like a rocket.
I'm still not fully convinced of the direction we are taking, but if called upon by the team and management to put our differences to one side and give full support to the club in its efforts to regain lost ground and finish the season with the Uefa Cup and Champions League qualification, thenI'm the first in line shouting my head off and praising where it's due.
I've never really been on that side of the fence before as a fan, but I was jumping up and down and shouting my head off,' admitted Quinnell.
Only I will still be shouting my head off and insisting on performing at the end of a pier somewhere.