wacko


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Synonyms for wacko

a person who is regarded as eccentric or mad

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McCain had previously told The Huffington Post earlier this month that Cruz, Paul and Republican were 'wacko birds' for their outspoken brand of politicking on the Hill.
FOOTING THE BILL: Professor Wacko has lost shoes that could cost pounds 400 to replace PICTURE: Mark Fraser
"Why is it wacko when the Brazil, Italian and German teams have been doing that for 20 years?" Hoddle said.
A corporate internet connecting every computer and wacko in the company.
Happening on February 7, 2015 at the SM Mall of Asia Open Grounds Block 22 from 4pm onwards, Jacko Wacko will offer water, foam, and musicall your favourites in one event!
For a chance to win a pair, simply tell us: Where in Wales was Professor Wacko found wandering?
WACKO the parrot has been taught to stop swearing after shocking visitors with a stream of abuse.
Christopher Walken emerges with his dignity intact, but only because his wacko performance is in a world of its own.
However, I most certainly am not a tree-hugging wacko. I myself drive an SUV, as I prefer that type of vehicle, and no one is going to shame me into trading it for an Asian rattletrap.
But it's the references to a certain court case that have got Wacko hot under the collar.
We exist in as ninny assorted, remarkable, dreary, wacko, and exhilarating subcultures as straight people.
"But sometimes wacko ideas can betray deeper truths," pointed out Benjamin Wallace-Wells in the April Washington Monthly.
CBS News "60 Minutes" commentator Andy Rooney has proclaimed that TV evangelist Pat Robertson is a "wacko."
Glen: I knocked Wacko (the drummer of Raven) out of a show in Syracuse, NY, one night.