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    What does a "grazy idea" mean?

    I'm reading an article in Ode magazine titled "Three cheers for grazy ideas" and can't find anywhere what the word "grazy" means. Does anyone know what this expression means.....is it a play on the words "crazy" and something to do with "grazing" maybe away from the mainstream??? Thanks!

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    Re: What does a "grazy idea" mean?

    Welcome, kim022067.

    It appears to be a typo. The article is online, Ode - Three cheers for crazy ideas

    Does that help?


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    Re: What does a "grazy idea" mean?

    Yes and thanks. That's a pretty embarrassing typo!

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    Re: What does a "grazy idea" mean?

    Another person picked up on it too:
    ”Three Cheers for Grazy Ideas“ (or ”Crazy“?) made me laugh because the line...

    Source: feminist blogs Quantum_Mechanics

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