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Out of the blue: Without warning, unexpectedly
Up to one's ears: Extremely busy (with something), Deeply involved
Over one's head: Beyond someone's ability to understand
You've got me there: Used to say that you do not know the answer
Turn a deaf ear to: To ignore or refuse to listen to someone or something
In earnest: Serious, not joking
Be on edge: To be nervous or worried
At the end of the day: Ultimately, In the end, After all
On end: Continuing without stopping for a specified period of time, Continuously
Show up: To arrive somewhere in order to join a group of people, especially late or unexpectedly.
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