from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Variant of wacky.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of wacky.
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- adj. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
- adj. ludicrous, foolish
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I've made a variation of this cake many times I've heard it called whacky cake or one pan cake using safflower oil, adding baking powder as well as baking soda, and using lukewarm water.
These remind me of SGI's lame-ass experiments in whacky form-factors in the early 90s.
It involves the travails of a group of ne’er-do-wells in whacky and sacreigious adventures punctuated by over-the-top violence, weird side gags that barely make sense, and a fearlessness that served it well.
So here you go, the run down of the weird and whacky, that is currently being stored in the asexual mom-mobile, this day, 4 November.
For something that was supposed to be totally untrue and 'whacky', it sure seems that it was disconcerting enough that the United States Senate took it seriously.
"But every time they do that ... every time they do something that is really negative, or kind of whacky or off topic, they are making our case for us," he added.
I don't like either of them very much, but Lou "whacky" Lumenick had no reason to do that.
"But every time they do that... every time they do something that is really negative, or kind of whacky or off topic, they are making our case for us," he added.
It seems to me the "whacky" among right wing evengelicals have a lot more practical power to do genuine harm to their fellow Americans than do a discredited African American cult.
Who knows what kind of whacky science could have been going on inside that ceramic belly?
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