go potty

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go potty

1. To become irrational, crazy, eccentric, or addlebrained. Primarily heard in UK. I'll end up going potty if I have to work in this cubicle for one more day!
2. To become very excited or enthusiastic (about something). Primarily heard in UK. People are going potty for the new art exhibit.
3. To urinate; typically said of, to, or by young children. My three-year-old has started going potty all by herself!
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go potty

To defecate or urinate.
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Wales went potty yesterday as they celebrated their place among the world's best teams.
The firm went potty and got London solicitors Sheridans to accuse us of defamation.
As it was, the place was packed to the rafters with 12,000 sports-mad Geordies and they went potty when I took out Hutchinson with the sweetest left hook I have ever thrown.
The result was that the kids went potty with pots and pens making dens, creating sculptures and building co-ordination skills, confidence and self esteem.
When I told them that I had a life-size crucifix at home, they went potty and thought that would be a great idea to have as well.
After quite correctly updating the scores in the two other matches in England's section - games involving the Welsh and the Ulstermen - Motty went potty.
TODDLERS went potty at a village school near Rugby during an arts and craft event.
BRUMMIES went potty for the Birmingham city version of Monopoly over Christmas.
Then she squeezed it just right and it went potty on her pants, and at that point she didn't like it anymore and started to cry.
Remember when her ex Rav Wilding went potty because she invited snappers along to witness a romantic picnic?
The Celtic boss went potty in the closing stages of his side's 1-0 win over Motherwell on Saturday when Georgios Samaras was ruled offside.
PICTON Library went potty over Harry Potter to celebrate Hallowe'en.
But he went potty over his first wife's less than flattering picture of the young Connolly.
Excited fans went potty for the young magician and many had made their own special costumes.
Sam, nine, and Bill, seven, went potty at the sight of pounds 1,200 worth of Potter merchandise after Sam won the wizard prize in a Sunday People Magazine contest.