I was reading a novel and found that in the situation when A had a phone call, B was standing next to him and asking him repeatedly, "Is it C?", A tried to wave B off, but B said
"I'm not over it."
and kept bothering A.
I wonder what does the phrase "I'm not over it" mean? Thanks.
FYI, here's the excerpt from the fiction:
Tony fumbles opening the phone. "Hello?"
The person on the other end clears their throat. "Is this Tony Stark?"
"Yeah," Tony answers, then swallows. He tries to shoo Peter away, but the kid doesn't take the hint so he stands up instead.
"Steve?" Tony replies. He sounds like an idiot.
"That's him?" Peter calls. "I'm not over it."
Tony waves Peter off but there's only silence on the other end of the line.