to need (to have) one's head examined
/nˈiːd tə hæv wˈʌnz hˈɛd ɛɡzˈæmɪnd/
to act or behave in a very crazy and uncontrollable manner
out to lunch
/ˈaʊt tə lˈʌntʃ/
completely unaware of what is happening in one's surroundings
to have rats in the attic
/hæv ɹˈæts ɪnðɪ ˈæɾɪk/
to be crazy or mentally unstable
space cadet
/spˈeɪs kɐdˈɛt/
a person who is perceived as being absent-minded or out of touch with reality
to have two left feet
/hæv tˈuː lˈɛft fˈiːt/
to move clumsily and awkwardly, particularly when one dances
to be all thumbs
/biː ˈɔːl θˈʌmz/
to act in a very clumsy or awkward manner
to have a screw loose / missing
/hæv ɐ skɹˈuː lˈuːs ɔːɹ mˈɪsɪŋ/
to behave in a crazy and uncontrollable manner
a square peg (in a round hole)
/ɐ skwˈɛɹ pˈɛɡ ɪn ɐ ɹˈaʊnd hˈoʊl/
a person or thing that does not fit the current situation or position they are in
the odd one out
/ðɪ ˈɑːd wˈʌn ˈaʊt/
someone or something that is different from other people or things of its kind
(as) queer as Dick's hatband
/æz kwˈɪɹ æz dˈɪks hˈætbænd/
used to describe someone or something that is extremely bizarre and abnormal
to live / be on another planet / world
/lˈaɪv ɔːɹ biː ˌɑːn ɐnˈʌðɚ plˈænɪt ɔːɹ wˈɜːld/
to behave or think in a way that is completely detached from reality or out of touch with norms of the society
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