throw (one) into a tizz(y)(redirected from throws you into a tizzy)
throw (one) into a tizz(y)
To cause one to enter a nervous, confused, agitated, or excited state. Preparing for board meetings always throws him into a tizzy, so just be prepared for a long couple of days. His incoherent tweet threw the Internet into a tizzy. The arrival of the pop star threw his fans into a tizz.
See also: throw