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I am out of here

DEFINITION

Ungracious exit. Leave an uncomfortable or boring situation. The phrase proclaims one is bored, frustrated or just uncomfortable. It is a proclamation of unhappiness or indifference.

This party is dull, … I’m outta here.”

“As soon as the train arrives, I’m out of  here and not fast enough!”

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