brain-fried

brain-fried

verb
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You don't have to become brain-fried just because the fahrenheit has gone up.
Woodlawn and Dallesandro make a great vaudeville team: She's the screwball yin to his brain-fried yang.
If you like your pop stars brain-fried from years of cocaine abuse or hopping into bed with dozens of groupies, forget it.
The newly announced songs, which complete the list of songs to be featured in the film, follow: "Life Is a Magic Thing," written by Dolby and performed by Clegg; "A Dream Worth Keeping," written by Webb and Silvestri and performed by Easton; "Some Other World," written by Roberts and John and peformed by John; "It's Raining Like Magic," written and performed by Raffi; "If I'm Gonna Eat Somebody (It Might as Well Be You)," written by Buffet and Utley and performed by Tone Loc, and "Batty Rap," an original character piece written by Dolby and performed by Williams as the voice of the brain-fried bat, Batty Koda.