Idiom: drive someone up the wall
— My secretary pops her chewing gum loudly all day long and it absolutely drives me up the wall.
— Please don’t play your music so loud, you know that drives your father up the wall.
— That drip drip drip noise is really driving me up the wall. If my husband can't fix the leak, I'm calling a plumber tomorrow.
— Doesn't your girlfriend drive you up the wall speaking in that baby voice all the time?
— I know that rash is driving you up the wall but if you keep scratching it, it will never heal.
— The hustle and bustle of the city drove my boyfriend up the wall so we had to move to the suburbs.
— My daughter and her friends giggle all the time and it drives us up the wall.
— How can you travel for business every weekend? That would drive me up the wall.
— My parents drive my wife up the wall so we don't visit them very often.
— Stop running around the house, your brother is studying for a test and your driving him up the wall.
— My commute used to drive me up the wall because of the traffic so I've actually loved teleworking during Coronavirus stay-at-home orders.
— My son decided to learn how to play the drums. I know it's going to drive me up the wall but I have to support his dreams.
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