In through one ear and out of the other

In through one ear and out of the other is used to say that someone does not remember what you say or pay attention to it as the do not heed or acting on the information given. It also describe someone who appears to listen or concentrate to something but then does not remember what you say or pay attention to it. It basically means that when you tell someone something they think that it means something else and they get it all wrong!

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