I’m at the end of the straw

This beauty is a combo of “at the end of my rope” and “the last straw”,  both meaning to be at the end of one’s endurance.  Straws and ropes are similar in shape and even texture, adding to the mental confusion.  A tip of the toque to Paula Fow for sending this congruent conflation to me.

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