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I bet its that Bughouse Johnny the boys have chased two or three times.
You recollect I packed a flat-iron among my stuff, an' you boys joshed me about it, said I was bughouse.
THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE
Say, ladythe driver turned wearilyhave I got to suppress this crazy man you got out of the bughouse?
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTHFREDERIC S. ISHAM
I also heard her mumbling and calling herself "bughouse," and with the word her old head would fall humbly on her breast.
I did n' wan' ter ride it that night, 'cause she wuz purty bughouse, 'n' I felt she'd get ditched ef we tried it.
I's gettin' sort o' old-like 'n' bughouse, 'n' I can't call yer name.
I use' ter ride out West as well as any o' ye, but I's gittin' old 'n' sort o' bughouse—yes, I is.'
I heard 'er screamin' agen, 'Oh, I say—the flyin' mail—flyin'—bughouse,' an' then nothin' more.
The only weapons we had was a few ole razors 'n' our fists, but we was so bughouse we cal'lated they oughter do the biz.
It is the jail which, apparently, either sends a man bughouse, or which lays such a foundation that he becomes so later on.
WITHIN PRISON WALLSTHOMAS MOTT OSBORNE

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