bore (someone) to tears

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bore (someone) to tears

To bore someone to the point of distraction, frustration, or irritation. The professor bored the whole class to tears. This film bores me to tears.
See also: bore, tear
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Dad might bore you to tears with his talk of music in his day compared to the current 'noise you kids are listening to'.
Other pundits bore you to tears with propaganda and they should be ashamed of themselves.
If you're a die-hard action seeker, then perhaps a multitude of films packed with giant explosions won't bore you to tears.
I'll be brief so I don't bore you to tears," says Pete in a promise he fails to keep.
Lovers of dark chocolate can bore you to tears with stories of how good those flavonoids are good for you, but beyond that, there is some evidence that chocolate could improve your health.
Do that pair not bore you to tears as well, or am I missing something?
Amelie'': A feel-good movie that earns its audience's love, this charming French film is as much about movie magic as anything else, a joyful, visually dazzling work that celebrates humanity in a way that doesn't manipulate or bore you to tears.
He said: "He's a great fighter but his performances bore you to tears.
This is links golf and I'll analyse that butI don't want to bore you to tears with how I'm going to do it.