English Idiom ~ “To Lose The Plot”

I’ve Lost The Plot!!!!!

english idiom lost the plot

One of my very favourite English idioms, “To Lose the Plot” which basically means to become crazy or confused.

Example 1.
I’ve been working for 12 hours today and I’m beginning to lose the plot.

Example 2.
I could see people thinking I’d totally lost the plot.

Example 3.
I think you have lost the plot, are you feeling OK?

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