It means that something is making you feel insane: Re: Bananas
These youngsters are behaving in a way that their parents and teachers cannot control. A harsher way of saying this would be "they are driving them mad".
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It's too difficult for me to understand idioms even if i look up dictionary.
I would like to know below the meanig of the idiom- round the bend- in these sentences.
when they’re not driving their parents and teachers round the bend, they’re driving stolen cars all over the roads and raising merry hell on the highways.
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The extreme version of this collocation is 'clean round the bend' - which provides scope for a joke about lavatory brushes.