– Prepositional Phrasal-Adverbs – Letter I –
- (to have someone’s) Fingerprints All Over It – See: Phrasal Adverbs – Letter “F”, for “Fingerprints” -Or- Prepositional Phrases – “Over”
- (to be) In Charge Of… – See: Phrasal Adverbs – Letter “C”, for “Charge” -Or- Prepositional Phrases – “In”
- (to be) In (One’s) Hair – This is an Idiomatic Prepositional Adverb-Phrase which is used to describe when someone is really bothering someone else and causing them much distractions. This is often done by asking them lots of questions, making demands of them, and generally being really freakin’ annoying.
“I wish my boss would just get out of my hair. Every five minutes, he’s asking me how the project is coming and then wondering why I haven’t made any progress… It’s because he won’t get out of my freakin’ hair!!!” 😀