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When I saw the traffic on the road , I went bananas. Can you sense my anger? Can you
sense my irritation? … I’m sure you can!
Hi and welcome to today’s lesson, My name
is Rima and today’s lesson is all about going absolutely crazy, that’s right. I
have for you 15 crazy idioms and we are gonna have a look at seven of them first. So, all
of these idioms actually mean the same thing they mean going crazy, either with anger, either with anxiety,
with happiness but essentially they mean you’re going crazy. So, well
a lot of them are very very fun. So, let’s look at the very first one, and the first
one is ‘Go Bananas’. Now trust me this has nothing to do with you becoming long,
green, yellow and filled with potassium, it actually means that you are going crazy
So, 'Go Bananas' actually means going crazy with anger,
anxiety or joy. So, if you have to use ‘Go Bananas’ in a sentence.. so you would say
… okay Let’s take anger first – “ when I saw the traffic on the road, I went bananas.
. Can you sense my anger? Can you sense my irritation? … I’m sure you can! Well
the second usage would be – “ I went bananas while waiting in the line” because I was
so anxious, because the line actually was for my exam result. Imagine that anxiety,
you are going bananas and if I had to use it for joy, I’d say “ I saw my best friend
after 10 years and I went bananas” that means you went crazy, crazy, crazy with joy,
that’s right. So the word ‘Go Bananas’ as in the idiom ‘Go Bananas’ actually
stands for a lot of feelings, when you are going crazy either with anger, anxiety or joy. I
hope that’s clear and now moving on to the next one. So, this one is ‘Go Nuts’, now
it has nothing to do with cashew net or peanut or a brazil nut. It's actually going crazy either
with joy or anger. So, you could use ‘Go Nuts’ in a sentence saying – “ I went
nuts after watching the film” it was so good , as if you loved the film, you became
a huge fan of the film, which is why you went nuts about it or say maybe “ I’ll go nuts
if I’ll have to keep working for 17 hours a day, everyday.” Which means you are going
crazy with anger and irritation and anxiety and fatigue. So, that’ s how you use ‘Go
Nuts’ in a sentence. Well that was all about “Going Bananas” and ‘Going Nuts” and
now let’s see what we have next on the list. And the next one is slightly different, it
is ‘Lose it’, now this has nothing to do with losing objects or losing your cell phone,
this actually means losing your head, that’s right. Losing your head or losing your temper.
So, “Lose it” actually means that you are getting very very angry about something,
so you know…. You could say “ When my mom saw the mess in the house, she just lost it”
How many times you have experienced that, I am sure a lot of times. It’s very easy
to make your mom lose it, right? So, that’s right, so ‘Lose it’ stands for losing
your temper, losing your head with anger, just getting really really enraged. So, if
you had to use it in a sentence, remember your mom and that would be very very simple
for you. Well that is ‘Lose it’ for you and moving on, this one is ‘Go Mental’,
now this is as easy as it gets, because this is about going absolutely crazy with anger
and now it doesn’t have to do anything with you going to the mental hospital or a mental
institution, it just means that you are so angry that you are almost bordering on mental
. Well I don’t think … I can get that angry right now, but I can definitely help
you as to how to use this idiom in a sentence. First of all, I am gonna write the meaning
– ‘Go Mental’ means to get very very angry, okay. So, now that you are angry, you
could say something like – “When I realized that they were being unfair to me, I went
absolutely mental.” Do I look angry enough? Well I hope I do and I hope that explains
‘Go Mental’ absolutely clearly. I am moving to the next one and this one happens to be
‘Freak Out’, well ‘Freak Out’ can be used in a positive way and also in a negative
way. So, ‘Freak Out’ could mean that you are angry or absolutely elated and joyful.
So if I am going in for the latest sale in town, then I could say something like
– “When I saw the sale prices, I just freaked out” which means I was crazy with joy. But
I could also say something like – “ When I reached office late, my boss just freaked
out” which means my boss got very very angry. So, ‘Freak out’ is a very very simple
, you can use it either positively to show that you are elated or joyful or use it negatively
to show that you are very very angry. So, that’s ‘Freak Out’ for you. And the
next idiom on my list is ‘Go Bonkers’. I’m sure you have heard this one before,
it’s a really fun one and it means either you are angry or you are very very happy to
see someone or something. So, let’s say that you see this really cute girl for the
very first time, you could say something like – “ When I saw Suzan for the first time,
I went absolutely bonkers”. Oh! My God, can you hear that flip flop of your heart?
Can you feel your heart beat skipping? That’s what ‘Go Bonkers’ essentially means, but
if you have to use it in a negative way, you could say something like – “ When I saw
the traffic, I went absolutely bonkers”, like you were so angry, irritated and enraged
. So, that’s right, that’s ‘Go Bonkers’ for you. You can use it happily or you can
use it angrily, it’s all up to you. And the last one on my list for now is ‘ Go
Berserk’, I know this one is kind of funny, doesn’t it? Berserk with a ZZZZZ… What
does it really mean? Well ‘Go Berserk’ means actually to freak out, which means
to get absolutely angry or irritated. So if I have to get irritated with someone, I could say something like –
“Whenever I see work not being done properly, I just go berserk”, I can’t tolerate it, makes
sense. Now so if you have to show absolute and complete irritation and … you know absolute
anger…. regarding something you could use ‘Go Berserk’ and it’s a very very effective
idiom. So well those were my seven absolutely crazy idioms which indicate … you know…
crazy either with anger, anxiety, joy, happiness, excitement or absolute irritation. We are
gonna look at some more, but for that, a little more patience. Okay, so we are going
crazy together, we are having a look at 15 crazy idioms, that’s right.
We’re gonna have a look at 8 more of them. Now all of these idioms stand for going crazy
with anger or joy or irritation or excitement. So, the next one on my list is “Fly off
the handle” very interesting and trust me this one has nothing to do with flying or it has nothing
to do with any kind of a handle. It actually means that you are so angry that you’ve
gone crazy with anger. So, well if I have to use this in a sentence I would say something
like “When I see people disrespecting books, I just fly off the handle” or “When my
father figured out that I have a boyfriend he just flew off the handle”. Now, that
sounds very relatable, right? Well that’s “Fly off the handle” for you and I am
going to move on to the next one which means “ Blow one's top’ right, that right “Blow
one’s top” now, this has nothing to do with the wind blowing your top or any other
kind of nudity, it actually means that you are so angry, it’s like you’ve blown your
head away so it means to go crazy with anger, So if I have to say something like, “When
I saw that the mechanic had messed up my car, I blew my top.” That’s right, I got so
angry with him, that I blew my top, how can you mess up my car, you mechanic and so on and so forth.
That’s the usage for “Blow ones top” I hope that’s very very clear to you and
I am moving on to the next one. Now the next one is “Hit the roof” okay, now this has
nothing to do with you taking a hammer and hitting the roof or breaking it down, it absolutely
means that you are going crazy with anger or excitement. When I saw that my sales team
had achieved the target for the quarter, I just "hit the roof” or for example “when
I saw the things were not in order, I just hit the roof” so you can use it either positively
or negatively and hit the roof is going crazy with anger or excitement. Coming up… the
next one very interesting and sounds really nice “Go ballistic” now, this has nothing
to do with a gun or anything related to a bullet, this actually means going crazy with
joy or anger,so go crazy with joy or anger . “When the party was a success, I went
ballistic or I had such a great time that, I went ballistic” which means, I was crazily
joyful at the same time I could say something like, “ When the whole thing turned into
a massacre, I went ballistic”. Which means, I went crazy with anger or some sort of anxiety,
so basically you can use ‘Go ballistic ‘ either positively or negatively . And moving on ‘Go
off the deep end ‘now this has nothing to do with sky diving or bungee jumping or
anything like that, it actually means that you are so angry, you’re actually going
off the deep end, so it means going crazy with anger . Whenever there is an extreme
situation in my life, I just feel like I’m “going off the deep end” you know… it’s
like you’re not able to cope with anger or with the pressure and you just give in
and “ Go off the deep end” Well that’s the usage for “Go off the deep end” and
I hope it’s clear to you so the next time there is something really really taxing happening
in your life, you make sure you don’t “Go off the deep end” well coming back, the
next one is very simple “Blow up” and no, it has nothing to do with a bomb or an
action movie or a house blowing up, it just means that, you are blowing up with anger,
so going crazy with anger. So if I had to use this in a sentence I would say something
like, “My friend blew up at me, when I let out her secret” that’s right, she
has every right to go crazy with anger. Well that is the usage for ‘Blow up’ and the
next one’s really funny this one says “Pop one’s cork” okay now this has nothing
to do with a wine bottle or wine bottle’s cork nor does it have anything with your pop,
as in your father this means absolutely losing your mind with anger . So the meaning is losing
losing your mind with anger, so I could say something like – “Sam just popped his cork, when
he saw that his entire house was in shambles”. Well can you imagine you walk into your house
and your house has absolutely gone to the dogs, it is in shambles ,so Sam absolutely “Popped his
cork” when he saw that his house was in shambles, which means he lost his mind with
anger and very rightly so, well that's the second last on my list and the very last one
for today is very very funny “Go ape” now this has nothing to do with the ‘movie
planet of the apes’ nor does it have to do anything with any kind of a monkey or gorilla
or an ape, this actually means that you are so angry that you’ve gone ape which means
to go crazy with anger. So, "Shelly went ape when she saw a little boy hitting her daughter",
so well "Shelly was very very angry she just lost her mind with anger because she saw someone
hitting her little girl . So Shelly “went ape” when she saw a little boy hitting her
daughter. Well I hope you’ve figured out the usage of all these crazy idioms, yes essentially
most of them mean the same they mean either going crazy with anger / excitement/joy or
losing your mind to anger. So I hope that you’re not gonna go crazy with the usage
of these and that I have made the usage fairly easy and clear for you so make sure you enjoy
these 15 crazy idioms that we shared today and have a good time with them. Well that brings
me to the end of today’s lesson and yes we went through 15 crazy idioms which essentially
meant the same pretty much they meant going crazy with anger / excitement/joy/irritation
absolutely losing your mind with anger or joy so well I hope that you don’t go crazy
using these I hope I have made the usage absolutely clear and easy for you. Well thank you for
watching today’s lesson and if you have something to say to me make sure you type
in the comment box below. This is me Rima signing out and saying thank you .
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