be sick and tired of (something)

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be sick and tired of (something)

To be or become exceedingly wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with something. I'm so sick and tired of doing my boss's errands. If something doesn't change soon, I'm going to quit! I was all gung-ho about this graduate program when I first began, but I must admit that I've been sick and tired of these boring lectures lately.
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I AM an angry local resident who is sick and tired of being cut up, gesticulated at and tooted at by drivers heading towards the airport from the traffic light-controlled Kingston Park roundabout.
AM I the only person out there who is sick and tired of being treated like a criminal when filling up at petrol stations in Liverpool with their pre-payment system (in place nowhere else in the UK)?
Am I the only one who is sick and tired of the advert for solicitors which asks: ''Have you had an accident in the last three years?''
I DON'T know whether I am the only reader of the Daily Post who is sick and tired of reading about Mr Klaus Armstrong Braun and his efforts to stop the dredging of the River Dee.
This is the latest fashion for men, I am assured by my eldest son, who is sick and tired of me telling him to "pull your jeans up before they fall down."
IS IT just me who is sick and tired of the voyeuristic programmes constantly being streamed into our televisions.