Shout their heads off - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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shout (one's) head off
To shout or yell very loudly and lengthily. Suzy shouted her head off when I told her she couldn't have an ice cream cone. The stadium was packed with fans shouting their heads off for the popular band. Don't bother listening to the crazies who stand on street corners and shout their heads off at passersby.
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If you listen to radio phone-ins, read our Hotline or tiptoe into Twitter, you'd think those who just want to go to a game, shout their heads off
in support of their favourites for 90 minutes then go home delighted or disillusioned depending on the result are in an ever-dwindling minority.
Taylor continued: "Fans can come in dressed as a banana or a chicken, or whatever, and shout their heads off
Even now there is really only one corner of the Kop, in the top right, where about 50 die-hard fans shout their heads off
In Q Club people dance in cages, girls wear next to nothing, music makes your skull vibrate and people shout their heads off
at the bar.