Idiom: get on someone’s nerves
— When our neighbor talks on the phone for hours it really gets on my nerves because he talks so loud we can hear everything he says.
— That song gets on my nerves—can you change the radio station?
— Riding the metro to and from work gets on my nerves. People are so rude.
— It really gets on my nerves when my co-worker cracks and pops her bubble gum all day.
— Go away! You're getting on my nerves with your never-ending questions.
— I doubt I'll ever have kids. I'm sorry but they really get on my nerves.
— My roommate's girlfriend gets on my nerves when she talks in a winy, baby voice.
— My parents' constant arguing gets on my nerves!
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