Nessie, 82, added: "At the start he used to drive us mad
, staying on the computer in his room the whole time.
It used to drive us mad
when we were trying to establish ourselves once we left, but we're over it now.
It lists all the little things which drive us mad
- from getting the third degree to buy codeine, to the astronomical cost of dentistry and nonsensical road signs.
It clouds our thought, crushes our happiness, makes us withdraw, and can drive us mad
And no commentators or pundits will drive us mad
by redefining the words and phrases banal, boring and stating the *** obvious.
There is new, exciting music being made, with subtle harmonies and fierce grinding dischords, a music so powerful that it would drive us mad
if only our ears were tuned to the sound of it.
Having been slapped with a fine for double parking eight times in four months, Raghav Motilal, a Bank Street resident said: "Earlier it was the traffic that used to drive us mad
He is the type of character who'll drive us mad
if he continues talking about David Emanuel in the third person, but I think that we will enjoy laughing at him and will take him to our hearts as we did with David Gest.
Computers drive us mad
when the internet goes down or the programme locks.
I read it once or someone told me: "Whoever it is in charge will drive us mad
before we are destroyed.
Now a weekend off because Stoke are in the Cup semi-finals is actually going to drive us mad
Worst of all, in late afternoon tiny kaboura flies would rise by the billions from their lairs and drive us mad
What we thought as a predicament that would destroy our ability to make rational decisions and might even drive us mad
has now become simply our environment.
How will we cope, the children will be bored to death, they'll drive us mad
, it's ruining our lives[ETH]etc, etc, etc[ETH].
The same genes that drive us mad
have made us human' (Faulks 2005).