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Fall On Deaf Ears


Fall On Deaf Ears - to be ignored; to say something but no one listen

  • I feel like speaking to my children fall on deaf ears.
  • Taking to my father about his smoking always falls on deaf ears.
  • When I tell my children to clean their rooms just falls on deaf ears.
  • I feel like talking to my husband always falls on deaf ears.
  • Do you feel like when you talk to your boss it falls on deaf ears?
  • When you talk to a teenagers it usually just falls on deaf ears.

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Fall On Deaf Ears

Full Of Hot Air

Flip out

Fed Up

Feel Out

Fill In The Blank

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Fingers Crossed

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For All I Care

Fifty-fifty

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Far Cry From

Foam At The Mouth

Feel At Home

Feed Up

Fair And Square

Flat Broke

Fender Bender

Fixed In Your Way

Find Out

Fine Tooth Comb

Finger Lickin Good

Fishy

Foot The Bill

Fly Off The Handle

Flunk Out

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