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    crazy about/crazy for

    what is the difference between 'crazy about' and 'crazy for'??

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    Re: crazy about/crazy for

    Quote Originally Posted by dernix View Post
    what is the difference between 'crazy about' and 'crazy for'??
    Hi, welcome to the forums. The usual form is "crazy about", at least in BrE. I think "crazy for" is an American variation which means the same.


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    Re: crazy about/crazy for

    thanks for that, bhaisahab
    btw, you have a very interesting nickname

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