bore the pants off (of) (one)

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bore the pants off (of) (one)

To cause one to be extremely bored, to the point of distraction, frustration, or irritation. Today's lecture bored the pants off me.
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bore the pants off of someone

Fig. to be exceedingly dull and uninteresting to someone. You bore the pants off of me! The lecture bored the pants off of everybody.
See also: bore, of, off, pant
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Ancient Mariner in the Coleridge poem was so desperate for an audience that he stopped a wedding guest, held him with his boney hand and rheumy eye, and bored the pants off him. "There was a ship," quoth he.