How To Use Wacky In A Sentence

  • A group of enthusiastic young inventors have seen their practical, bold and downright wacky ideas come to life, thanks to an inspiring project. Times, Sunday Times
  • One wonders what the point of his "traditionalism" is if the Holy Gospels can become "wacky novelties". 10/01/2002 - 11/01/2002
  • It was also the only time of year, we would use some of the really wacky spices in our spice drawer, like mace, and allspice and poultry seasoning.
  • Some students have been making wacky farmyard animals out of modelling clay, which will be out on display.
  • With the no-doubt unintended effect of suggesting that Wallace's menace and ensuing mayhem might, in hindsight, be laughed-off like a good-ol'-boy joke, "George Wallace: Settin 'the Woods on Fire" takes part of its title, and its misguided musical leitmotif from a wacky, Hank Williams party-hearty song. Film/Television: Lost Highways
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  • He sets all of this action in a kind of unnamed anywhere, a mildly bizarro world of wacky mini-mart customers, humdrum garden apartments and seething ennui.
  • A comedy about becoming fully conscious, AND SOPHIE COMES TOO follows the three Abramowitz sisters and their mother Sophie, who may or may not wake from a coma before her daughters take control of their increasingly chaotic lives: Barbara, a single lesbian, doesn't want her wacky family's calamity to interfere with her sex life or the pending adoption of a baby girl from China. BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content
  • Ever dabble in the wacky baccy? Times, Sunday Times
  • Because of the wacky aero rules, drivers are relying more on their pit crews to get the cars out quickly and up front.
  • The Tokyo Motor Show is not the antic sideshow of wacky and improbable concept vehicles it once was.
  • WHAT a difference a day makes in the wacky world of England football. The Sun
  • The whole staff was just a bunch of wacky butterfingers who made the same mistake over and over again.
  • A: ALCOHOLIC MANICUREThe beauty of a manicurist getting you pissed is that you're more likely to go a bit "wacky" with the colours, and veer into the realms of tangerines and taupes. The beauty bible
  • To avoid registration problems with the wacky van Frank says he bought a tandem trailer already registered and then built on top of it and hoped for the best.
  • Klein, a corporate lawyer and political apparatchik, is here to spruik the virtues of Gillard's wacky plan to publish a rating system for schools. Aussies to Klein: Political Apparatchik, Go Home
  • In the early days of Operation Iraqi Disaster, I engaged in some fact-based blog discussion with what can only be described as a hard-right, neo-fascist group of truly wacky self-described “veterans”, who took my dissention from the party line as a clear case of Treason, and Anti-Americanism. Waldo Jaquith - High-profile bloggers planning code of conduct.
  • This is a very big, brawling mix of ideas and interviews, with wacky clips, spoofs and pastiches, some devastatingly funny and pertinent, some of them pretty lame.
  • A wacky new app in the Japanese manga comic-book style has been designed to help jobseekers find their perfect post. The Sun
  • The holiday firm are challenging couples to come up with wild and wacky ideas for their own big day. The Sun
  • For all its wacky irreverence, it is also a rather touching story of moral decay in an uncivilized world.
  • I actually quite like wacky antiestablishment candidates. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mentioning a Velez-type or a player like Johnson around the same time as Albert Pujols or Jake Peavy can sometimes result in wacky numbers. Rotoworld team gleefully snaps up Mets' Wright, Reyes
  • The children came up with some weird and wacky designs including a pink and purple dinosaur covered in sequins.
  • Q: Your characters are basically nice people caught in wacky scenarios that are mostly due to their own frailties and quirks. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Katie Fforde
  • It is for people who like their comedy wacky and very, very broad. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is wacky and different, bright and colourful.
  • A wacky new app in the Japanese manga comic-book style has been designed to help jobseekers find their perfect post. The Sun
  • kindbegger's diary kindbegger's Diaryland Diary if you keep tearing out the trees it'll look wacky what's up, meg and becca! just goin 'to the truman, just visitin' you all. nice place. nice curtains. like what you've done with the place. wud up! signing off! orem meg and ashleigh brummer if you keep tearing out the trees it'll look wacky
  • A wacky, black-comic interlude has morphed with appalling speed into a potential bloodbath.
  • Two weird and wacky but totally different styles of humour this week. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wacky comedy about a scientist trying to drive a guy crazy by forcing him to watch the worst movies ever made.
  • For him to be basically the put-upon straight man surrounded by zanies, including Allison Janney as the wacky boss and Nate Torrence as her nincompoop son, seems like a waste. Ask Matt: Chicago Code, Castle, Fringe and More!
  • Still, it was essentially agreeable entertainment with a wacky sense of humour leavened by slightly sobering grace notes. Times, Sunday Times
  • She would have been a wacky, bohemian artist with a love of the oblique. Times, Sunday Times
  • This was unusual, given conventional medicine's antipathy towards anything considered wacky or unprovable.
  • I've claimed to be a member of all sorts of wacky political movements in order to forestall political polls.
  • These wacky, often surreal numbers were shot everyplace from the local zoo to minimalist sound stages to colorful cardboard sets standing in for Bombay, London, Hell, or less identifiable realms.
  • By striking a balance between being accomplished musicians with a love of retro rock and being the cheeky popsters who brought you the hit single Alright, they avoided being typecast as either terminal dullards or wacky one-hit wonders.
  • After 170 years of wacky inventions and strange new models, it seems we may finally be at the end of the road for the electric car.
  • Mumbai, February 17: It seems Imran Khan wants to take over the word perfectionist from his uncle Aamir Khan, sounds wacky! WN.com - Articles related to Delhi CM to meet Sibal, discuss private school fee issue
  • Hand the problem over to the subconscious for some of that de Bono style wacky-funster lateral thinkage. Cheeseburger Gothic » With one convulsive leap he was free.
  • You may even be able to squeeze out a few more wacky anecdotes from that slightly dysfunctional family of yours.
  • For years we whined about being the supporting characters on television shows: the wacky neighbor, the snippy coworker, the world-weary yet worldly-wise florist, the dog walker, the minty banker.
  • IT'S weird, wacky and downright nasty, brimming with bile and anger. The Sun
  • But he's got a wacky sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times
  • A craze for wacky weddings has grown since marriage laws were widened to include a vast range of potential venues.
  • The holiday firm are challenging couples to come up with wild and wacky ideas for their own big day. The Sun
  • Intrepid journalist Zack "Eddie Vedder" Parsons has once again taken a trip into the wacky world of Japanese Hentai games.
  • Watch these weird and wacky clips today at the address below. The Sun
  • A curious handsome hero, a giant, a wacky wizard, some magic beans and a massive beanstalk are all part and parcel of this panto in Cork.
  • Thank you, all you wacky people, for your interesting suggestions for new car names.
  • IT'S weird, wacky and downright nasty, brimming with bile and anger. The Sun
  • The star gets a star role wearing a wacky blond wig and moustache. The Sun
  • Turn your back and London has another wacky new opera company. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each user builds a profile with not just pics, but also lolz gifs and answers to heartfelt or wacky questions. The Sun
  • It's not even Optimus: The concept sounds downright wacky, but natural processes of pressure and bizarre circumstances leading to natural-born nuclear reactions are not Here is a nice article on searching for evidence of alien astroengineering. MetaFilter Projects
  • John Lewis has a good selection of styles in basic colours, as well as red, smart sagey greens, all shades of brown and even a wacky violet.
  • You failed to mention the wonderful, wacky hat contest which I (ahem, hrmph) won. Baby shower! Babies are all clean now. « A Bird’s Nest
  • Even so, Leroy has created a lovely hotel, and one that's quite unlike any other - a mix of wacky curves and angles, secret spaces and roaring log fires.
  • Only in the wacky world of share trading could this make any sense. Times, Sunday Times
  • And last week he added to his wacky resume by becoming the first man to fly an aircraft solo around the world without stopping or refueling.
  • And finally, formulaically, she invokes that neighborly, over-the-fence standard ‘common sense’ to pit us against those wacky liberal intellectuals.
  • After all, they could be on the side of the good guys against a man, Muammar Gaddafi, that just about everyone agrees is a wacky dictator, and help save face for the states who have been looking to reduced their involvement in Libya almost since the moment they declared that they had an responsibility to protect R2P in diplospeak innocent Libyan civilians. David Isenberg: PSC and R2P in Libya
  • WHAT a difference a day makes in the wacky world of England football. The Sun
  • Turn your back and London has another wacky new opera company. Times, Sunday Times
  • Only in the wacky world of share trading could this make any sense. Times, Sunday Times
  • You always get more sponsorship if you do something a bit wacky and original. Times, Sunday Times
  • These wacky, often surreal numbers were shot everyplace from the local zoo to minimalist sound stages to colorful cardboard sets standing in for Bombay, London, Hell, or less identifiable realms.
  • His wacky personality seems anything but morbid in the film, where he mugs for the camera and tells funny stories about his life.
  • His wacky antics and funny walk endeared him to children of all ages.
  • And as I have been busy lately, being wacky happy, I have been remiss is giving a shout out to the newest soldier in the War On Dogma ... gotta say hey to my newest reader, the lover cyber-geisha herself, sayaka. Sunday, Busy Sunday
  • Call it the big book of activities for science geeks - it features 100 weird and wacky experiments.
  • The landlord, Mick, is always coming up with wacky ideas so we thought we would top him for a change.
  • Incest, homosexual orgies, murder, sadomasochism, and emotional laziness become subplots in this wacky sitcom.
  • Elsewhere, there are wacky comic interludes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of course, there are a lot more pratfalls, comedic lines, wacky mishaps and longing glances, but you get the picture.
  • Kim Possible, Pinkie and the Brain, Invader Zim and many other comedies threw in wacky, wacky plots from time to time. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Tom’s Review Forum
  • Are cheap ‘value’ products packaged in order to make it embarrassing for people who aren't ‘wacky students’ to buy them?
  • You know, that wacky ritual we do every day involving food and cutlery?
  • Thousands of people up and down the country are doing weird and wacky things today to raise money for Comic Relief.
  • Main slaying character, two sidekicks, one wacky, one smart. Review: Reaper v. Buffy : #comments
  • First there was Ace Ventura : Pet Detective, a surprise hit that show Carrey's now signature wacky style.
  • He decided to become a clown to join the wacky world of the circus.
  • After the display we tootled up the hill to a wacky housing association place called The Quadrangle which was having a bonfire party.
  • Don’t confuse Bob Marshall’s innovative and independently researched positions as flippant or wacky, just because you have never heard them in the form of the eight second sound bites ejaculated from the television news anchormen. Waldo Jaquith - My RPV convention wish list.
  • The movie, released in 1986, is now considered a modern classic: Pretty In Pink airs on cable on what seems like a never-ending loop; it is homaged (and spoofed) on culturally-relevant shows like Family Guy and Gossip Girl; it remains one of the top-selling romance DVD's of all time; and people still dress up as Duckie (Ringwald's wacky, lovelorn best friend, played with unforgettable panache by Jon Cryer), for Halloween. Susannah Gora: Pretty in Pink at 25: Still a Class Act
  • The only one showing even a plurality in favor is the wacky NY Times/CBS surveythat managed to generate a 46 percent undecided number. Legions of Editors & Fact-Checkers Watch: The Atlantic poll cherrypicking. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
  • Dressed in wacky clothes, says funny stuff like, “I like pizza.” and “I got a wallet.” Top 10 Unintentional Comedies of the 90s » Scene-Stealers
  • [At least 50 searches for some variation on gay superhero porn] critiques of alligators naked women on comic book cover? superheroes en espanol wacky superhero sex easiest major at notre dame dysentery safe sex? new york city comic book is keir lieber single? am i superman potassium as a superhero peter parker porn star agent orange lash naked* osi operational procedures Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » The Top 25 Worst Queries of 2008
  • Wild incomptence can also work ... or just plain wacky/random things (see: nobody expects the spanish inquisition!) # Wingson 16 Apr 2009 at 7: 57 pm Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Some Suggestions for Humor-Writers
  • The purveyor of fine art, who also makes an honest buck with cartoons and wacky drawings, is hot on humour.
  • The star gets a star role wearing a wacky blond wig and moustache. The Sun
  • Some students have been making wacky farmyard animals out of modelling clay, which will be out on display.
  • I was told by a reliable source that the geography is a little wacky in the book. Methland (copy)
  • But this piece of crime whimsy is all about the wacky hats and the cutesy romantic subplot. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am no fan of true believers or NRA fanatics in general ... my impression is they are far too simple to forge their own path … Lets take a candid look "BushyWacky" I really enjoyed your weak minded justifications for an out dated 2a and US LAW. Latest News Media Claim: U.S.
  • Wacky Pennies are made of a delicious South American imitation chocolate with a fine brownish sugar glaze.
  • Such typical comedy tricks such as speeding up the film, slapstick humor, and wacky looks are all present here.
  • This year's theme of Comic Relief is The Big Hair Do with people encouraged to give their barnet a wacky makeover.
  • Clearly, the melodramatic plot is a vehicle for the wacky characters and witty dialogue, and the performances are crisp and funny.
  • IT'S weird, wacky and downright nasty, brimming with bile and anger. The Sun
  • But he's got a wacky sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times
  • I said I'm interested in the big picture, and all that means is: I incorporate all the wild, wacky, distasteful and negative stuff into my ideas and conception about the internet.
  • If you're into the more subversive, wacky side of vegetable gardening then you will love this book.
  • Still, it was essentially agreeable entertainment with a wacky sense of humour leavened by slightly sobering grace notes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two weird and wacky but totally different styles of humour this week. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, in another flashback subplot that's intercut with Jerry's madcap baby-murder adventure, George has a wacky new job again; this one is judging beauty contests for subteen girls. Quirky Jerry Seinfeld Guilty in Nanny Murder?
  • He adds, the metallic weird diamante hoop at her shoulder is just wacky. Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking: Project Runway, Episode 9 "Race to the Finish"
  • AN insight into the wacky world of offshore wind. Times, Sunday Times
  • An independent record store must sell to the Music Town chain unless its wacky employees can raise enough money through a benefit gig.
  • Being the wild and wacky couple that we are, philipmcavery and I are spending this New Year's Eve at home drinking spumante and building my new writing desk. December 31st, 2007
  • The way-out wacky races with the finish line at the second Scottish parliament election on May 1 sees the starting gun fired with a busy September.
  • So, for example, in the sentence “I am gleefully wacky,” gleefully is an adverb because it modifies an adjective (wacky). Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Weekend Writing Exercise
  • Home to a wacky wizard, it's a gothic mansion packed to the rafters with mischievous goblins and no-good ghosts.
  • To launch the wacky evening, the remaining House Guests-that's Britney, Enzo, Hayden, Lane, and Ragan-had a ceremony to basically "evict" the penguin suit that Enzo had been wearing for that last while. PopWatch
  • Camden Green Fair & Bikefest, LondonThis huge volunteer-run eco event reaches its 18th birthday, and a new Village Fete offering wellie-wanging, tug-o-war and "free-range organic egg-and-spoon races" means there's still scope for wacky fun despite its serious, adult message − that green living is for life. This week's new events
  • In fact, most serious energy enthusiasts are keen to distance themselves from those wacky New Age types who drone on about our energy fields being affected by karmic laws.
  • Yet coupled with the rest of the presentation, the wacky words are more endearing than off-putting.
  • More precisely, a buffoon with a wacky idea and too much free time.
  • We sampled the wacky food, we saw the wondrous sights and just had a fantastic time. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bulk of the screen time goes to a team of undead children and the wacky high jinks they get into while searching for human blood.
  • Welcome to the weird and wacky world of the high jumpers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Watch these weird and wacky clips today at the address below. The Sun
  • China uses the war on terror to justify its persecution of people in wacky cults like Falun Gong and the cultural genocide of the peace-loving Tibetans. 10/15/2004
  • During a performance of Swan Lake, wacky cops and jewel thieves overrun the stage.
  • Rather than filling the pan in the normal way, I drop a small ladleful into the sizzling butter and let them form their own, often quite wacky shapes. Nigel Slater's tiny omelette and black-pudding frittata recipes
  • His ideas were too wacky, his campaign too anarchic. Times, Sunday Times
  • Want to build but looking for wacky ideas? Times, Sunday Times
  • However, it is important to remember that it was not put on this earth just to keep us entertained with wacky, untested new ideas.
  • You want to stand out and let the world know how wacky and eccentric you are. The Sun
  • You always get more sponsorship if you do something a bit wacky and original. Times, Sunday Times
  • From what we've seen, a lot of people react to the apples-to-oranges thing hostilely at first you definitely get some wacky ones, but with a little usage it starts to feel more natural. FlickChart Makes Movie Ranking Fun | Lifehacker Australia
  • Take one celebrity chef, famous for his wacky dishes such as snail porridge and bacon and egg ice cream. The Sun
  • Watch these weird and wacky clips today at the address below. The Sun
  • Other wacky policies include turning the town hall in Oldham into a zoo and giving the town's football club mascot a knighthood. The Sun
  • Thanks to her mum's Christmas gift of three hats, and an Australian customer's present of a wacky titfer, she won't have to suffer the cold when the sun does not shine.
  • Vaudevillian attempts at wacky accents and screwball banter lack rhythm and come off as flat as week-old pop.
  • A wacky worm along weed edges is about the most productive way to catch pickerel, by the way. Circle Hook Debate Revisited
  • Unfortunately, far too many films contain wacky crime capers that lead into shenanigans which gives way to witty, edgy banter.
  • The wacky perm of Kevin Keegan, introduced as Kevin Keegle on ESPN, has been replaced by hair greyer than any ever seen. Keegle is noble but good taste takes a tumbril | Martin Kelner
  • Unless you are going for a job in advertising, or in an accounts department that likes to think of itself as wacky, neutral suits or separates are probably the best option.
  • The Puppets, including Dreamgirls-like backup singers, accompany Cee Lo Green and Gwyneth Paltrow on a jubilantly wacky and multi-colored Grammys performance. Matt's TV Week in Review
  • There are lots of pictures of wacky new buildings from around the planet. Times, Sunday Times
  • By the time we arrived in the coastal town of Hyérès to catch the navette, * I'd long since gotten over the novelty of the wacky, homemade hunting implement. lance - French Word-A-Day
  • WHAT a difference a day makes in the wacky world of England football. The Sun
  • A wacky new app in the Japanese manga comic-book style has been designed to help jobseekers find their perfect post. The Sun
  • It would be very, very bad advice - sometimes crazy, misguided bad, resulting in wacky, embarrassing Three's Company-like scenarios - sometimes viciously, heinously bad resulting in devastating, life-crushing misery. Dear Slimbolala
  • Oh, there's all sorts of other stuff there (the journal, the internal communication with the wacky name of 'shoutbox'), and I'm sure they'll only keep on adding more (an iCal feed on individual band pages has just appeared, and that seems like a really neat idea). Checking out Audioscrobbler a bit more
  • Yet each and every one of the weird and wacky items have one thing in common they are all absolutely 100% true.
  • People completed the course dressed in all kinds of weird and wacky outfits this year.
  • Expect wacky races across the desert in souped-up beach buggies. Times, Sunday Times
  • You want to stand out and let the world know how wacky and eccentric you are. The Sun
  • There are no fistfights or wisecracks or oddball events or wacky characters.
  • The holiday firm are challenging couples to come up with wild and wacky ideas for their own big day. The Sun
  • It was a chance to dress up in odd clothes and take part in all kinds of wacky events as big-hearted residents from all over Bexley raised money for Children in Need.
  • They confessed they had visited a local travellers' site to get some 'wacky baccy'. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now, I'd just like to do some interpretive damage control before my fellow wacky leftists get out of hand with this.
  • The bald title suggests a cookery book or perhaps one of those popular science tomes based on a wacky premise.
  • These newsroom characters are regarded less as role models than as holy fools whose wisdom, no matter how wacky, is still magical and oracular. My Times
  • Some of the situations they encounter on the dating and relationship circuit are promisingly wacky, but the tortured jokes lean way too heavily on pop-culture references: "I feel like I was on a UPN reality show. Roush Review: Not Happy With New Network Comedies
  • For more wacky tales of the start of the academic year in Cantabrigia, please see Twist and Tell, which is super funny. posted by Joolya at [email protected] Under My Lab Coat
  • Some of his friends are pretty wild and wacky characters.
  • Welcome to the weird and wacky world of the high jumpers. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are lots of pictures of wacky new buildings from around the planet. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is kind of hard to get wacky enjoyment out of flesh feasting sharks, slithery snakes, and jaw chomping gators.
  • I still go to wild parties - only they're at Wacky Warehouse and the guest list is made up of screaming five-year-olds.
  • By 1968, the theaters and airwaves were glutted with wacky spies.
  • This is a good combination as Aquarius is a wacky, unpredictable sign, but Capricorn is sensible and steady.
  • It already offers live coverage of the PGA, LPGA, Champions, Nationwide and European PGA Tours, plus umpteen hours of instruction and punditry and series that cater to every taste, from Rush Limbaugh suffering instruction at the hands of coach Hank Haney to "Golf's Amazing Videos," described as "wacky swings, side-splitting bloopers and hilarious mishaps. Golf on Television Gets Supersized
  • The men and women responsible for dreaming up these wacky ideas have been paid huge sums. The Sun
  • Welcome to the weird and wacky world of the high jumpers. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's clever enough, with mildly wacky touches that recall dotcom offices, circa 1999. Fast Company
  • Senegalese people already think I'm wacky, so I waste less time caring about others' opinions of me. Maya Lau: Senegal's Accidental Hipsters
  • GOFF: The official terminology, I believe, for a political move like that is called a kooky (ph) one, a wacky one, a loopy one. CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2007
  • The wacky has become the epitome of respectability and sanity. Times, Sunday Times
  • By the time we arrived in the coastal town of Hyérès to catch the navette,* I'd long since gotten over the novelty of the wacky, homemade hunting implement. French Word-A-Day:
  • Their wacky brand of physical comedy took its inspiration from a classic European theater style called commedia dell'arte. KUOW 94.9 Puget Sound Public Radio
  • Still, it was essentially agreeable entertainment with a wacky sense of humour leavened by slightly sobering grace notes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The three recipes here are different, yet not quite as wacky as foie gras parfait or mustard ice-cream (yet more Fat Duck specialities).
  • It is for people who like their comedy wacky and very, very broad. Times, Sunday Times
  • They should spend a little less time smoking wacky baccy and listening to that tuneless rubbish called dance music, and rather more time being seen and not heard.
  • The men and women responsible for dreaming up these wacky ideas have been paid huge sums. The Sun
  • And there was always that same wild look, that same wacky glint in her eyes.
  • A hooligan claiming to be a member of an anti-Scientology group was arrested Wednesday for attempting to "desecrate" the Church of Scientology with a wacky weapon - Religion News Blog
  • Expect wacky races across the desert in souped-up beach buggies. Times, Sunday Times
  • How else to explain those wacky, way-out-in-left-field roadside attractions you'll stumble upon?
  • As I stammered my way to buying a bag of apples, and my classmates donned other wacky guises, Ralph hovered close by to cast a critical eye and ear over our performances.
  • He'll probably say something kooky in his wacky language and then run off!
  • But he's got a wacky sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can now choose from vertical tubes, sometimes with sinuous curves, thin wall-hugging panels or wacky shapes, many of which make a strong, sculptural statement, replacing the mundane beige ribbed slabs you dislike so much.
  • Add in a wacky collection of colorful local screwballs, and this series is a timeless recipe for pure comedy gold.
  • Expect wacky races across the desert in souped-up beach buggies. Times, Sunday Times
  • The star gets a star role wearing a wacky blond wig and moustache. The Sun
  • Subsidiary characters run the gamut of weird and wacky academics, familiar from a host of campus novels.
  • I mean, sure, I'd like a guy to bum around this wacky planet with, but it's no big deal.
  • There is no way of knowing whether he is writing on a level of subversive irony, whether he takes his wacky anarchist ideas seriously or whether they are incited by his buffoonish exhibitionism.
  • About half the material is truly worth a laugh, the rest is trite and predictable fare in which the comediennes spill the wacky details of their close encounters with a variety of losers, cheaters and foreigners.
  • They have had some weird and wacky queries to answer in the past. The Sun
  • Take one celebrity chef, famous for his wacky dishes such as snail porridge and bacon and egg ice cream. The Sun
  • The star gets a star role wearing a wacky blond wig and moustache. The Sun

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