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Re: what do people mean when they say 'crazy'? obsidian

Posted by Maxime on February 9, 2008, at 6:54:32

In reply to what do people mean when they say 'crazy'?, posted by obsidian on February 8, 2008, at 22:09:11

I think they mean "neurotic", "off-balanced" and "a few sandwiches shot of a picnic".

I think it is something we say when we are angry or confused. I don't think it means that we don't care. We are simply caught up in the moment.

Ironically, there are some people who would rather be called crazy than have the word "mental" attached to them.





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