I love getting out of work early.
I understand the meanings of it and the examples on Merriam-Webster. I also understand it's just an example of the usage of "get out of".
I am aware that the expression
I love doing something is idiomatic.
I'd just like to know whether "love getting out of something" is a common expression to convey the idea the speaker dislikes or tends to avoid something.
Ngram Viewer shows no one say it that way.
Besides, I suspect that "getting out of work early" might not even be grammatically correct. How about this one?
getting out of working early