Idiom: idiom drive someone nuts
— What is that noise? It's driving me nuts!
— Your constant complaining drives me nuts.
— My colleague Sandy cracks her gum all afternoon and it drives everyone nuts.
— My brother recently started sucking on a toothpick every day and it's driving me nuts.
— The smelly foods some of you are heating up in the microwave oven are driving your colleagues nuts. Please be considerate or we will have to remove the microwave.
— Everything I do drives you nuts! Maybe we should break up.
— Our receptionist often whistles and it drives the director nuts. She's asked me to tell him to stop but I kind of like it.
— I hate the sound of all of the leaf blowers in the fall. It just drives me nuts.
— That perfume you're wearing is going to drive everyone at church nuts. Why did you spray so much all over yourself?
— This is the third time this week that mom has cooked a vegan meal for dinner and it's driving our family nuts.
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