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have (something) coming out of (one's) ears
Said of things that occur or are present in a great amount or abundance. Because the end of the semester is almost here, I have panicked students in search of extra credit coming out of my ears.
have something coming out of your earsINFORMAL
If you have something coming out of your ears, you have a great amount of it. There's no stopping Norton. He's got awards coming out of his ears, including a fourth BAFTA for Best Entertainment Performance. She's got university degrees coming out of her ears.
have something coming out of your earshave a substantial or excessive amount of something. informal
1997 Daily Express In terms of advice…Jill's had suggestions coming out of her ears.