08 Interesting phrases to express ‘Being Bored’ – Free English lessons

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1. It does nothing for me
Meaning: saying that you feel no emotion at all about a certain thing of topic.
Example: Watching television does nothing for me.

2. It's as interesting as watching paint dry
Meaning: if you say that watching an activity is like watching paint dry, you mean that it is very boring.
Example: To me, watching golf on television is about as interesting as watching paint dry.

3. I'm afraid I don't share your enthusiasm
Meaning: Dissimilar interests
Example: I’m afraid I don’t share your enthusiasm about football.

4. I can't say that I find it interesting.
Meaning: Used to convey politely that you don’t find something interesting.

5. I can't see what all the fuss is about.
Meaning: Phrase 5 means that other people are interested in a subject but that you cannot understand why they are interested.
Example: Everyone loved the new Star Wars movie, but I don’t see what all the fuss was about.

6. It bores me to tears.
Meaning: Extremely bored to the point of distraction, frustration, or irritation. When you are bored to tears, you are so bored that you want to cry.
Example: Once I asked my friend: What's wrong? You don't look very happy.
And she said: My computer and my cell phone are both broken, so I don't have anything to do. I'm bored to tears.

7. What a bore!
Patrick: Hey let’s go to Rigrox for a coffee this evening?
Rosh: That place is such a bore.

8.How boring / tedious / dull !
Situation: you got an assignment from school and you are working on it with your friend, you could possibly exclaim to her “How boring / tedious / dull!” the task is…..