midsummer madness

noun
a temporary lapse into foolishness, senseless behavior, folly, etc., especially during the summer: His plan to become a beachcomber is midsummer madness.

Origin:
1595–1605

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midsummer madness
 
n
foolish or extravagant behaviour, supposed to occur during the summer

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It's midsummer madness rolled into one zany evening.
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