I'm out there (doing something)

When people complain about how hard they're working, they often say "I'm out there ___ing", "I'm in there ___ing", "I'm back there ___ing", etc.:

A: I'm hungry. When are we going to eat?

B: Don't rush me! I'm in there slaving away in the kitchen. What are you doing? Just sitting around watching TV!

This phrase appears in these lessons: