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    You're a wild man

    I would like to know the meaning of "You're a wild man".
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    Re: You're a wild man

    In this context it means 'crazy', or 'out of control'.

    He's using it in a sarcastic sense - the other kid is too scared to even look when he tries to throw the snowball at a car. As a consequence, he fails to throw the snowball effectively.
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