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  • So now, as far as Myrtle was concerned, Doug was in fact who he really was, and his trips up to Dudson Center from Long Island three or four days a week were simply because he was crazy about her.

    Drowned Hopes

  • They were much older than the Mancusos but good friends, childless, crazy about Kate.

    Time and Again

  • Wawa was fanatical about the idea of not one, but two beautiful girlfriends, and Mery Jo and I were crazy about each other and him too.

    Same Sex in the City

  • Told me plainly that she'd thought, and hinted that she'd hoped, right up to last month, that Helen was going to marry a French nobleman, the Count de Somethingerino or other, who was crazy about her.

    Old Gorgon Graham

  • Oh, I was crazy about Bill—he was hardworking and smart, he’d played football for Albany High, and he was just so sweet and everyone loved him.

    It Ain’t All About the Cookin’

  • He had a girlfriend that he was crazy about and had built a new home alongside Lake Austin.

    LANCE ARMSTRONG

  • “That Bri is crazy about you, Cynthia,” Tonita said.

    The Office girls

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