talk your head off

talk (one's) head off

To talk endlessly and exhaustingly. I love my Aunt Lily, but she talks her head off whenever I go to visit her. Sorry, I've been talking my head off about my research. I hope I'm not boring you!
See also: head, off, talk

talk your ˈhead off

(informal) talk a lot: He talked his head off all evening.
See also: head, off, talk
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KALTENBORN [announcing on the radio]: "Half of official Washington is here to see democracy's finest show, the filibuster, the right to talk your head off, the American privilege of free speech in its most dramatic form.
A radio broadcaster helpfully explains it to his listeners as "the right to talk your head off."
Brian Clough used to observe that players and managers should "say nowt, win it and then talk your head off".
I don't mean to talk your head off, but I get a number of magazines and yours is the only one that I have kept every issue.
Don't talk your head off - especially about problems.