crazy about

crazy about someone or something

 and mad about someone or something; nuts about someone or something; crazy for someone or something
Fig. very fond of someone or something. Ann is crazy about John. He's crazy about her, too. I'm mad about their new song.
See also: crazy

crazy about somebody/something

to like or love someone or something very much mad about somebody/something He was my first love, and I was crazy about him.
Usage notes: often used in the negative form not crazy about to express a lack of enthusiasm about someone or something: I'm really not crazy about TV, but I occasionally watch a ballgame.
See also: crazy
References in classic literature ?
Roscoe Sherriff is crazy about animals as aids to advertisement.
My darter went to school to her and was nigh crazy about her.
Ruby Gillis says when she grows up she's going to have ever so many beaus on the string and have them all crazy about her; but I think that would be too exciting.
There were a dozen men crazy about her at the Cheniere; and since it was the fashion to be in love with married people, why, she could run away any time she liked to New Orleans with Celina's husband.
I was crazy about it, and I wanted to get involved with sampling, but everyone was like, 'No, you're just a songwriter.
The fact that students and other teachers are crazy about Pattie Obey's razor-sharp and high-energy, low-pressure style of teaching is what keeps this successful freelancer shuttling back and forth.
has also developed the very successful "Going Crazy about Math(TM)" program.