Diacope (di-a’-co-pee): Repetition of a word with one or more between, usually to express deep feeling.
You think I’m boring? Spending time with you is like hanging out with an overripe eggplant
What about the time you made us watch C-span? Watching empty Senate chambers is almost as exciting watching an empty parking lot. Ya-hoo! That was boredom squared!
You’re the one who’s boring!
What do you think of that, most boring person of the century? Why don’t we find something exciting to do, like looking through my baseball card collection?
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu)