barminess


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barminess

(ˈbɑːmɪnəs)
n
the quality of being barmy; craziness
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Thanks to AFC Bournemouth and the barminess of Chelsea - this Premier League, man; stupid game, football - the Wearsiders are back in the relegation zone.
As the votes poured in there were performances by The Killers followed by what Dermot O'Leary so aptly described as "a tribute to great british barminess with a bit of Brazilian thrown in" as X Factor auditionees from previous series', who didn't make the grade, had their moment to shine, as the quirkier acts to have been borne from the show recreated their past moments of glory.
ITV2 (Channel 6): The Xtra Factor The regular show is a model of sanity compared to the backstage barminess Caroline Flack oversees afterwards, exclusive to ITV2.
There was comedy, there was drama, there was music, there was laugh-out-loud barminess.
In a season blighted by barminess we had a match taking place four days before Christmas in temperatures of minus 10 degrees.
His film ends up as a compendium of barminess rather than a believably deep insight into one man's character.
Where the British Turf perpetuates a culture of secrecy and mild distrust, the American backstretchbarn set-up is a melting pot of bullshit, banter and big-time barminess, all designed to foist the sport on a nation that shows a marked disinterest, even on the occasion of the biggest meeting of the year.
Cleverly put together and shrewdly conceived, the result is a mixed bag of rock and dance tracks with Yoko's own distinctive barminess sprinkled over the top.
These are successes we can achieve in the comfort of our own barminess.
WHEN Carlos Alberto walked into the Newcastle press room, there was no indication we were in the presence of the absolute pinnacle of barking mad barminess.