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mind-numbing

Extremely dull and boring. If we have to sit through another mind-numbing lecture today, I'm going to need another cup of coffee!
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be the mindnumbing, "One liner comics will often heighten this level of surprise in their punchlines by using familiar phrases or expressions in the set up to the joke.
Taking books, enjoying long walks and just relaxing was made all the more enjoyable without the monotonous, mindnumbing routine of scrolling through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to pass some time and keep updated with what's going on in the rest of the world, or my friends' worlds.
Her latest stunt to invite Corbyn for talks to try and resolve this mindnumbing impasse has outraged the rightwing European Research Group.
you Write to: M.E.N, House, Oldham, Or email: @men-Finney played Nottingham factory worker, Arthur Seaton, who endures mindnumbing work but lets loose at weekends pursuing love affairs and booze.
A lifelong experience of enduring such mindnumbing occasions, followed by slanging matches at Liverpool City Council, recently criticised in a Local Government Association survey for bad behaviour, persuades me that voters are not being denied any fine oratory.
"Cheap alcopops, luminous lighting and mindnumbing bass beats are all in danger of alienating the local community and ruining Christmas.
This murkiness produces a mindnumbing hypocrisy, allowing a divide to be created between those who should be tolerated and those who should not.
There is also a mindnumbing variety of special editions with varying specs and all I can say is make sure the one you buy has everything you want.
That'll help United get over the psychological stress of the mindnumbing cold of Stoke away.
They break up again tomorrow for another 24 days, so they can have their mindnumbing party political conferences.
Viewers are bombarded by an onslaught of mindnumbing programmes, with 'reality shows' devoid of any reality and sitcoms lacking comedy.
NEARLY half of British men (49%) would rather tackle the mindnumbing hell of filling in a tax return form than talk about a sensitive health issue like loss of libido, according to a recent survey.
Variety's Maggie Lee calls this "third installment a mindnumbing, crashbang misfire." Screen International's Mark Adams relates: "Pretty mild and packed with rather familiar chase scenes, but there are still some action sequences that deliver."
Atwood's The Year of the Flood, a narrative that begins after another general collapse in the wake of corporate privatization and mass, mindnumbing consumerism, takes up similar issues.
A place of incredible beauty and mystery but also a place of lifedraining poverty and mindnumbing bureaucracy.