'Bore Off' Manchester

Bore Off Monday’ revealed as the Nation’s number one ‘Bore Off’

By Lee Isherwood | 22 May 2012

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Bore Off Monday’ revealed as the Nation’s number one ‘Bore Off’

Research announced today revealed the top 5 ‘Bore Off’s. Leading the way is ‘Bore Off Monday’ at the number one spot, closely followed by ‘Bore Off Work’ and ‘Bore Off Rain’. The results come as new Manchester based website www.boreoff.com is launched to give people a unique place they can ‘Bore Off’ together with other likeminded people and interact with ‘Bore Off’ banter.

Over the past decade it seems we have adopted ‘Bore Off’ as way to vent or insult without the need for a swear box! The phrase has really hit it off with the general public and recently come to the forefront in daily use, especially on Twitter where at least one person every minute now tweets the words ‘Bore Off’ to the cyber community.

‘Bore Off’ has also become one of the new buzzwords amongst celebrities. Cheryl Cole, Natasha Giggs, and Kerry Katona are just a few of those who have adopted the phrase as the latest way to get their feelings off their celebrity chests!
Ricky Hatton has recently showed his support for this local company by sporting “Bore Off United” ahead of the recent Derby and subsequent City title win.

Last Friday night saw yet another ‘Bore Off’ moment, this time onscreen when Alan Carr told This Morning host Phillip Schofield to ‘Bore Off’ on his ‘Chatty Man’ show in front of a viewing audience of millions.

Today sees ‘Bore Off’ reach the next level as it launches its very own unique brand and ‘Bore Off’ website at www.boreoff.com.

The site will chart what people want to ‘Bore Off’ about, the current top 5 ‘Bore Off’s, celebrity ‘Bore Off’s, along with visitors being able to buy exclusive ‘Bore Off’ merchandise.