You're wasting my time

You're (just) wasting my time.

Inf. What you have to say is of no interest to me. Rachel: I've heard enough. You're just wasting my time. Good-bye. Mary: If that's the way you feel about it, good-bye. Bill: Come on, Bill. I'll show you what I mean. Bill: No, you're wasting my time.
See also: time, wasting
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When PC Truss was approached by The People he said: "There's an investigation going on and that's all I'm saying so you're wasting my time.
You're wasting your time, and to be honest, you're wasting my time, too.
I don't wish to be rude but you're wasting my time.