Whatever else he may be, Leishman is certainly an extrovert, and the barmy bard would turn up on Saint and Greavsie delivering slices of his home-cooked poetry.
As he was led away to the cells, Palmer swore and shouted: ‘What a waste of taxpayers' money - it's barmy .’
Through all our letter boxes this week dropped yet another barmy proposal dreamt up by DEFRA in response to the 1991 Nitrates Directive.
Feeling hungry having not eaten since breakfast, we had a Chinese meal for tea and watched Second Hand Lions which is a fantastic film about a boy growing up with his two barmy uncles.
On his own return to the Tory frontbench, Mr Hague said: ‘I must be mad, actually, I am obviously barmy .’
That someone who is getting assaulted by their partner is prepared to put up with that because if they leave, the pet will receive the same treatment is slightly barmy , but understandable.
Perhaps you should have little fiddly problems with a new property, but it should not be as barmy as this.
But the over-protective hothouse mentality is barmy .
Doolittle in My Fair Lady, is back on more familiar ground in this barmy story, littered with Wilde's razor-sharp one-liners.
If you were barmy enough to believe that the Commies really would infiltrate the corridors of power through brain-washing, then you were barmy enough to believe anything.