cra·zy adj. cra·zi·er, cra·zi·est Affected with madness; insane. Informal. Departing from proportion or moderation, especially: 2. Immoderately fond; infatuated: was crazy about boys. 4. Foolish or impractical; senseless: a crazy scheme for getting boys.
"There is ample evidence that humor heals. Norman Cousins devoted a book to his own experience of curing himself from a debilitating, undiagnosed disease using little more than old Marx Brothers movies. It makes sense that the internal chemical changes brought about by laughter have a salubrious effect. They are a subcategory of the well-documented benefits derived from an optimistic, healing attitude."
"And with these drinks, I plan to collapse and forget this wasted year. These wasted years. Devoted friends, they disappear. I'm sorry about the phone call and needing you. Some decisions you don't make. I guess it's like breathing and not wanting to. There are some things that you can't fake. I guess that it is typical to cling to memories you'll never get back again and to sort through old photographs of a summer long ago or a friend that you used to know."