go off (one's) rocker

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go off (one's) rocker

To become crazy or mentally unsound; to become extremely foolish or foolhardy. I'm going to go off my rocker if I have to hear that blasted song once more! I think Jane's grandmother has gone off her rocker lately. You must have gone off your rocker if you think that's a good idea!
See also: off, rocker
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Except for Mike Figgis, director of 'Leaving Las Vegas', who has either gone off his rocker, or accepted a rather large cheque from Messrs Sony and Ericsson.
But he said he never spoke about God during his ten years at No10 in case voters thought he'd gone off his rocker.
No lover of Tony, I have to defend him against the allegation that this is a daft idea and he's gone off his rocker.
Who needs to worry if Brad and Angelina are a real item, if Tom Cruise has gone off his rocker, if the runaway bride has run away again?