I'm getting tired of people who say they're tired of things. I don't mean there's anything wrong with being tired. After a long, hard day, or a big job of work, or when you haven't had enough sleep, or when you have had but the effects have worn off, being tired is just fine. No, what I mean is people who are tired of things they don't have to pay attention to. Like Bryony Gordon in the Telegraph. She's tired of all the awards stuff: Baftas and Oscars and the rest, and the back-slapping and weeping celebrities that go with it. Me, I'm not tired of all this, because I take practically no interest in it - as anybody else also can. And others may not be tired of it even though they do take an interest.
Obviously, you're free to like or not like whatever you want. But to moan about something as tiring - the Olympics, that focus on Dickens in his bicentenary year, some series or other on TV, or just somebody else's enthusiasms - as if any of these obliges you or compels the use of your time, that really is, hmmm, tiresome.