crazy enough (that) it might actually work

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crazy enough (that) it might actually work

cliché Having a very feasible or plausible chance of succeeding, despite being exceptionally unconventional or outlandish. Sometimes used sarcastically to indicate a viable solution that is or should be obvious. A: "Marty says if we slash the price of our game to just 99¢, it will push it to the top of the sales chart, which will give it the visibility it desperately needs right now." B: "Huh. That's crazy enough it might actually work." I've got a radical idea to save the company. A plan crazy enough that it might actually work. Why don't you just, oh I don't know, tell him the truth? Crazy, right? Crazy enough it might actually work.
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