screwy

[skroo-ee]
adjective, screwier, screwiest. Slang.
1.
crazy; nutty: I think you're screwy, refusing an invitation to the governor's dinner.
2.
disconcertingly strange: There's something screwy about his story.
3.
absurdly peculiar or impractical; ridiculous: screwy ideas.

Origin:
1810–20; screw + -y1

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screwy (ˈskruːɪ)
 
adj , screwier, screwiest
informal odd, crazy, or eccentric

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Nor is it because the track pad sometimes goes screwy and the keys lack the
  normal pressed-key response that allows smooth typing.
Welcome to the divisional playoffs, where screwy happens.
There's definitely something screwy about the asymmetry that doesn't
  immediately suggest an accounting.
Either they have a screwy process or they were playing games with you.
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