Definition: To be heard and promptly forgotten or ignored; not listen to; pay attention to.
(With more emphasis.)
Sentence example: The teenager's father has told her so many times — it just goes in one ear and out the other.
ASL Student Tip: Not to be confused with the similar sign: over one's head.
Gloss: MY MOTHER IX1/\ IX-me TRY POINT-ix1 EXPLAIN-ix1 [conjunction] IX1 NOT-LISTEN(colloquial), [interjection].
English equivalent: I tried to get my point across to my mother but she wouldn't listen.