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Well, we have now entered the period in the campaign cycle where people go crazy and campaigns get utterly desperate.

But, man, yeah, put a little meat on the grill and people go crazy.

Put a little meat on the grill and people go crazy with speculation about cannibals.

She used to say crazy stuff, and then people would go crazy on her, and then I used to get this backlash from it.

The black sky would go crazy white as if someone were taking an X-ray as missiles exploded.

"It's a matter to be left undisturbed, or some one will go crazy over it," Arthur said seriously.

Shut the door quick and dont let the smell get through the house or mother will go crazy when she gets home.

But my nerves were jumping like a frightened rabbit, and I felt I must have something to quiet them, or I would go crazy.

Laura will go crazy some day, through thinking of their sufferings, if some one doesn't do something to stop her.

The boat then seemed to go crazy—taking angles by the bow or stern apparently in defiance of all laws of hydrostatics.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to go crazy, such as: freak out, go off, lose it, blow a gasket, blow one's mind, and blow one's stack.

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