up to here phr.
1. bored, disgusted, utterly intolerant of an event, someone’s statements, actions etc.
|Artie (1963) 45: ‘To the guards. Up to here,’ and Artie, elevating his chin, drew a forefinger across his Adam’s apple.|
|Ulysses 141: Nulla bona, Jack, he said raising his hand to his chin. I’m up to here. I’ve been through the hoop myself.|
|Manhattan Transfer 39: I’m fed up with it here I tell you [...] up to here.|
|On the Yard (2002) 202: I’m full up to here with that white-faced punk.|
2. full, usu. of food and/or drink.
|Down the Line 56: Much ’bliged, but I’m up to here now!|
|Fireworks (1988) 89: Duke was up to here in the chips; he was so loaded that [etc.].‘The Cellini Chalice’ in|