go squirrely

 

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im Sinne von „etw komisch werden“, eine „Meise entwickeln“; auch im Sinne von „exzentrisch“
den Verstand verlieren; verrückt / spinnig / spinnert werden; sich plötzlich auffällig merkwürdig verhalten
überschnappen; irre werden; einen Hau kriegen; mackig werden; zu spinnen anfangen; [irgendwie] komisch werden; abdrehen; hohl drehen; schrullig werden; wunderlich werden;

 

Vergleiche:
squirrelly; nuts: go nuts; drive sb nuts; go crazy; blow one’s cork, blow one’s stack, blow one’s top, crack up, flip, flip one’s lid, flip out, flip one’s wig, freak out, go ape, go apeshit, go around the bend [Brit], go balmy, go bananas, go barmy, go bats, go batty, go bent, go bonkers [Brit], go bonzo, go buggy, go bughouse, go bugs, go bugsy, go cockamamie, go cockeyed, go crack-brained, go cracked, go crackers [Brit], go crackpot, go crackpotty, go crazy as a bedbug, go crazy as a coot, go crazy as a loon, go crazy as catshit, go cuckoo, go daffy, go dingdong, go dippy, go dopey, go dotty, go dumdum, go fruitcakey, go fruity, go funny, go ga-ga, go gonzo, go Gonzo City, go goofy, go half-baked, go half there, go haywire, go kooky, go loco, go loony, go loony-tune, go loopy, go lunchy, go mental, go meshugah, go nerts, go nertsy, go nuts, go nutso, go nutsy, go nutty, go nutty as a fruitcake, go off, go off one’s chump, go off one’s nut, go off one’s rocker, go off the wall, go off one’s trolley, go out of one’s gourd, go out of one’s skull, go out of one’s tree, go potty, go psycho, go queer, go queer in the head, go round the bend [Brit], go rumdum, go scatty, go schizo, go schizy, go screwball, go screwy, go squirrely, go tetched, go tetched in the head, go up the wall, go wacko, go wacky, go weird, go wild-ass, lose one’s gourd, nut up, schiz out, slip one’s trolley, snap, wig out.

 

Quotes:

„He pursued me and I really started to like him, then he went completely squirrely on me. First he talked… incessantly, like he had ADHD.“
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„Here is where it went completely squirrely. Watch this short video clip to see what it did.“
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„Then when we got close the weather mark the wind went completely squirrely for us and Veloce came in on starboard tack from the east side …“
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„I’m an experienced PG pilot who loves flying XC but who also likes to get a bit squirrely at the beach and/or just throw down with a fun dynamic …
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