fed up to the back teeth
- I'm fed up to the back teeth with people complaining.
be at your wits' end
- I'm at my wits' end. I don't know how to help him.
have had it (up to here) with
- I've had it up to here with you - get out!
have/throw a fit
- He'd have a fit if he knew what we were up to!
- That little girl seems to have a fit of the sulks.
sb's blood is up
- He is a terror when his blood is up.
be after/out for sb's blood
- The tennis champion was obviously out for blood and she best her opponent in two straight sets.
go off the deep end
- The bad news caused Jim to go off the deep end.
- The boss will go spare when he finds you have damaged the company's van.
do your nut
- My mum'll do her nut when she finds out I failed all my exams.
blow a fuse
- There's no need to blow a fuse over such a little problem.