Miss you like crazy

Last week I talked about hay fever and I used the expression “sneezing like crazy“. This phrase “like crazy” is very frequently used in daily conversation. It’s colloquial, in other words, informal or conversational. It means “to a great degree” or “to an exceeding degree”.

For example, when you say you’re running around like crazy, that means you’re extremely busy. Let’s say, you go to a party. You drink a lot, probably too much. You drink like crazy. You have a long-distance relationship. You’re in New York and your boyfriend in San Francisco. You want to see him so much. You miss him like crazy.

NOTE: The original story was first published in April 2015.

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