midsummer madness

midsummer madness

n
foolish or extravagant behaviour, supposed to occur during the summer
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But this is all midsummer madness. Name your business distinctly, and be off.'
Who: More than 80 guests attended each of the two Midsummer Madness concerts organised in aid of North East Sensory Services (NESS).
AFTER 14 years of pantomime appearances in Newcastle, and a recent debut series on TV, double act Clive Webb and Danny Adams will be making more mischief in the region with a Midsummer Madness Tour.
In a night of midsummer madness they also stole a 53-seater luxury coach, crashing it into a van and a lamp-post.
| Midsummer madness: time for another rash of irresponsible planning applications to murder more of England's green and pleasant land.
The lobby is a cauldron of midsummer madness. Prime Minister Theresa May has lost her grip.
I'm also going to include some orange Turk's cap lilies for midsummer madness and maybe finish off the season with some vivid Crocosmia Emily MacKenzie.
Either that or a dash of midsummer madness is getting to publicity manager John Francis.
MIDSUMMER madness has broken out at the heart of the Labour Party.
But this time round, it would definitely not be another case of midsummer madness to forecast that Rovers could be in the mix next May.
However, after taking part in a night of midsummer madness in the land of fire and ice, one of the best places for a recovery is the Blue Lagoon.
What inspired this midsummer madness? Has she been too lazy to pack her winter wardrobe or is she just becoming eccentric?