CRAZY. adjective. 1. mentally deranged, especially as manifested in a wild or aggressive way. example: “Stella went crazy and assaulted a visitor.” 2. extremely enthusiastic. example: “I’m crazy about Cindy.” source: Oxford Languages.
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CRAZY. adjective, cra·zi·er, cra·zi·est. mentally deranged; demented; insane. Informal. unpredictable, nonconforming, or odd. example: “All I can say is she’s the craziest person I know.” Informal. unusual; bizzare; singular. example: “She always wears a crazy hat.” source: dictionary.com
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A full bottle of water with a large blue label containing the words “Crazy Water” in large print. The closed bottle is laying on its side in a shallow box, as though posing for a portrait. The background of the box is a textured white and the sides of the box are a lime green. A bed of dried pink flower petals and green leaves in various states of decay surround the water bottle.
The bottle is now surrounded by more dried flowers, including small vibrant blue buds sprinkled over the bottle, petals, and leaves, and a large peach carnation positioned in the upper-right corner.
The bottle and dried flowers are in identical positions compared to the previous image, only now the off-white carnation has been replaced by a carnation with light red-pink petals.
The carnation has disappeared. The water bottle is now filled with a light red-pink liquid.
This image is nearly identical to the last, however, a slight smattering of light red-pink spots cover the upper-left and lower-right corners of the box, staining the petals.
The cap of the water bottle has been removed. A light red-pink liquid flows from its mouth, drenching the upper portion of the box in a light red-pink liquid.
The light red-liquid now covers the upper half of the box, flowing downward against the left side of the water bottle. The water bottle is nearly empty.
The water bottle is now empty. Its mouth has been positioned at a near-forty-five-degree angle in the upper-right corner; its body stretches diagonally towards the lower-left corner. The bottle cap is positioned top down against the left side of the box, a third of the way down. The light red-pink liquid has settled, drenching the petals.
The empty water bottle has changed position. Its mouth now points to the mid-lower-left portion of the frame, its bottom towards the mid-upper-right. The bottle cap is positioned, top up, in the lower-right portion of the box, on top of petals, near the mouth of the bottle. The light red-pink liquid appears to be drying, through still wet.
CRAZY. A word used to describe people who don’t conform to society’s idea of what is normal. example: “Look at him, he’s crazy because he doesn’t act like me.” source: Urban Dictionary.