“So settled, so still, so serene / Completely vegetative, cumcumbive, or potative, non-communicative, and green …” bonkers.
“bonkers solider gets into the SAS, then disgraces the Regiment and his comrades,” he wrote on Twitter.
But its growing reputation as a trendy weight-loss routine “drives me bonkers,” she says.
Crazy; insane; nuts: Folks are going slightly bonkers these days over anything that glitters/ suffering stress-related ailments like eczema or colitis, or just plain going bonkers
[1950s+ British; probably fr bonk, ''to hit on the head,'' plus the British slang suffix -ers]