go bonkers

go bonkers

1. To be or become wild, restless, irrational, or crazy; to act in such a way. The drivers in this country seem to go completely bonkers if there's even a little bit of snow on the ground. Don't give the kids too much sugar or they'll end up going bonkers! We thought taking our family vacation in a tiny cottage out in the country would be a nice break from city life, but we all went a bit bonkers after a few days.
2. To be or become very angry or upset. My parents went bonkers when they found out I'd taken the car without asking. Now, don't go bonkers or anything, but I've decided to move to Canada.
3. To be or become extremely excited or enthusiastic (about something). I've never understood that pop star's popularity, but kids just go bonkers for her music.
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Seeing the crowd turn out, it was clear that Raghunath and many like him will have to slog another day for a selfie but for now, the sight of Tendulkar in itself was enough for them to go bonkers.
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They've done it up nicely, but in the restaurant someone let the designer go bonkers.
Once you have a problem like that in England, you will not need to go bonkers for anybody.
Even a player like Arteta doesn't get called up for Spain and once you have a problem like that in England, you will not need to go bonkers for anybody.
The way he has won there the handicapper will go bonkers, but it doesn't matter as he'll go chasing next season.
The crowd go bonkers and security is called in to protect us because the dancing is so intense.
Eisteddfod organiser Hywel Wyn Edwards said: "We are encouraging everyone - businesses and local people - to go bonkers for bunting.
Norman Jay (left), and Massive Attack (below), will be performing during the Big Chill Weekender Expect the crowd to go bonkers when Dizzee Rascal performs Faithless will be back at this year's GlobalGathering
Ending with an encore of Blinded by the Lights he instructed an obliging audience to crouch down low then go bonkers with the increasing tempo of the song.
But for me there is one fundamental reason why I am making the real effort to drag my new fiance the wrong way up the M62 this weekend, and that''s to go Bonkers with the very in best British rap music.
Youngsters can try out a number of sports on Monday at the Cowbridge centre, go bonkers for badminton on Tuesday and enjoy a rugby fun day on Wednesday.
A subsequent trip to the zoo prompts the monkeys to go bonkers.
It is launching with a classically fashionable look but the plan going forward is to go bonkers and do very fashionable lines, like our fast-track fashion range," said Bostock.
SHRINKS will be on constant alert at the Big Brother house in case contestants in the new series go bonkers under the strain of being on TV.