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(stark) raving bonkers

Totally crazy or eccentric; filled with an excessive amount of emotion, especially anger or excitement. I know you'll probably think me raving bonkers, but I sold all my possessions and am moving to a small village in China. The announcement drove fans stark raving bonkers, as it will be the first new album the band has released in over 10 years. The boss is stark raving mad after I bungled the expense reports.
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WHOEVER made the decision to demolish the flyover in Perry Barr must be stark raving bonkers in my opinion (Birmingham Mail, June 18 2019).
Known in the States as Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots, this all-action fighting game was renamed for the UK and became the rather more silly-sounding Raving Bonkers.
HAS this country gone stark raving bonkers? First of all we were told that we had to scrap all fossil fuel power stations so that we could be powered by wind.
It's really hard" Actress Nicole Kidman "Labour, urged on by hundreds of thousands of new crackpot-socialist recruits, has gone stark raving bonkers" Commentator Matthew Parris, a former Tory MP "I am aware of the partying that's going on.
The game has gone stark raving bonkers, in my opinion.
If you had told anyone after the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot that Mr Singh would be half the price of Balios for the Leger, I would have thought you were stark raving bonkers.
"I say without any apology that she must be raving bonkers and so must the doctor who agreed the fertility treatment" - Former Tory minister Ann Widdecombe on the 65-year-old German woman who has given birth to quads.
Everyone that has flown the Larnaca -- London route will be familiar with compulsory stark raving bonkers chicken bloody curry menu.
But calling for the gaffer's head on the back of Tuesday's defeat is stark, raving bonkers.
"It is stark raving bonkers." He also highlighted the environmental impact on the woodland which is home to wildlife including bats, birds and insects and includes tree preservation orders.
A MAD scientist is a must for any self-respecting sci-fi yarn and in Fringe the science bod is absolutely raving bonkers.
Charles Thomson, co-founder of the Stuckists said: "I hope this will bring a bit of sanity into things as it's quite obvious that the art world has gone stark raving bonkers."
Otherwise one has to ask just why did they let the stark raving bonkers doc get in his hands on a scalpel in the first place?
'It was quite a shock when I saw my name at the top of the winners' list,' said Stephanie, whose husband Robert used to play for fellow CCCL team Raving Bonkers before ill health forced him to give up the game.
If we are seriously talking about funding these Games by adding to taxes in the city, then I think we've gone stark raving bonkers Cllr Meirion Jenkins