Hi Jeron, and welcome to the Forum.
If that's the case, I would not recommend that you teach grammar (teaching something you consider "boring as hell" will hardly get you long-lasting students).
However, I know there are people in Spain who are mainly interested in learning conversation. You could give it a try there: just teach what a native speaker would say in certain situations. This practical wisdom is quite appreciated by Spaniards who, just like you, find grammar is hard to swallow.
PS: Please keep in mind that "English" must always be capitalized.