drive (one) nuts

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drive (one) nuts

To annoy or frustrate one to the point of exasperation. A week on vacation with my relatives is enough to drive me nuts. That loud beeping noise is driving me nuts.
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drive someone nuts

verb
See also: drive, nuts, someone
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And then you don't care how attractive (sic) you are to that person - if they drive you nuts, they drive you nuts," she added.
Holdover is easy, but sighting-in will drive you nuts.
"You've got to enjoy it and be passionate about what you do or it would drive you nuts. It took so long to get a shot like that, is very satisfying."
Their brother Ross, 20, remembered two people who were "a lot of fun, although they could drive you nuts sometimes".
If mispronounced words and poor grammar drive you nuts, you have company.
Two things about toilets can drive you nuts. One, reminding your kids and spouse to close the lid.
Thus, the masseur your spouse raved about might drive you nuts. It's worthwhile to factor in the recommendations of friends, but remember that the Doral attendants have the inside track and can give you objective advice based on years of professional service.
And Pat's interactive quiz on shot placement will drive you nuts. At least it did me.
Pop-up advertising can really drive you nuts can't it?
He's talented and its important to keep him as cool as possible - he's a bit soft and quirky - but he's intelligent and they drive you nuts."
And I'm afraid once someone's habits start to drive you nuts, it's a sure sign you're turning off them.
Does trying to spell "business" drive you nuts? Try "biznis." Richard L.
If the daft tinned music used to drive you nuts, then, like me, you must be close to tears with the hash and star keys as you battle to reach a human being.
He is one of those quirky horse a bit like a scholar - they are intelligent but they drive you nuts don't they?"