Ответ в теме: English idioms

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to let oneself in for — to be persuaded to do something
1. I let myself in for several hours’ boredom every day, Dixon. A couple more won’t break my back. (K. Amis)
2. Oh, God, Christine, you don’t want to come to that, you’ll be bored stiff. How have you let yourself in for it. (A. Christie)