bored out of (one's) brains

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bored out of (one's) brains

Extremely bored to the point of distraction, frustration, or irritation. I was bored out of my brains listening to that lecture this afternoon. We thought a week in a secluded cabin with no TV or Internet would make for some great family bonding, but we all became bored out of our brains after a couple of days.
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