Well, not of boredom, per se, but it's not uncommon for folks who are bored to try to find "exciting" things to relieve their boredom and those "exciting" things end up causing their demise (like maybe skydiving, for instance). But I wouldn't worry too much, there is a world of interesting things out there if you just get yourself and get involved. Good luck.
You cannot die of boredom, but some people who have mental disabilities and self-harm, might try and hurt themselves, as this gives them something to do. There are many things you can do, like revision for school, play out with mates and stuff.
You can, however, indirectly die of boredom. Boredom can cause depression, which in the long run can eventually lead to suicide.
No its not.
YES ! It is actually possible to die of boredom. GET OUT NOW BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE !
Ferrets are very social animals that need stimulation and could quite possibly die of boredom.
No, because nothing living can die from boredom not even a person and there really is nothing FUN for a fish to do.
Because if they were all the same, you could die of boredom in your sleep....
They die of boredom.
I believe that this is possible, just take a look at cabin fever.
Boredom is not the answer to anything.
He was in total boredom. or He suffered from boredom at recess because he had no friends.
Boredom may be defined as the sheer lack of emotion.
Boredom, curiosity and determination are three (3) possible reasons as to WHY hockey was invented.
Ennui is the definition of boredom.
BOREDOM['bɔ:dəm]n отегчение, скука, досада
suicidal feelings are the same as boredom but the difference is in boredom you don't end up dead
Tagalog translation of boredom: pagkabagot
Differentiate Fatigue & Boredom?
Boredom is a noun.
The anagram for boredom is bedroom.
God. Read the bible and you will find boredom.
Boredom in a noun
The cast of Boredom - 2012 includes: Alan Caruba as Himself (Director, Boredom Institute) Colleen Merrifield as Herself (Boredom Researcher)
yes 2 times OF BOREDOM
That is the correct spelling of "boredom" (tedium, lack of excitement).
Boredom is the correct spelling. Sally's boredom was unbearable.