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Crazy.‘I have a feeling this is gonna get cray’‘she's cray cray’
- ‘While the experience would make even the most stable person go a little cray, Sam seems to have remained a pretty normal chick.’
- ‘You can act, sure, but those eyes are cray cray with paranoia.’
- ‘While filming at her old college stomping ground in Arizona, the reality TV couple got a little cray!’
- ‘Doing this night after night was pretty cray, but I loved every minute of it.’
- ‘She be cray cray, but she's hella talented.’
- ‘Celebrity interviews can be cray sometimes.’
- ‘Today the interwebs went all kinds of cray when Beyonce did the unthinkable and revealed a super-short new 'do.’
- ‘I know a lot of people just think he's totally cray (he is), but I also know he can be (and act) grown when he chooses to.’
- ‘Yes, it's another movie about a man who goes cray looking for his daughter's kidnapper.’
- ‘Now, I didn't necessarily think that she needed to lose weight, but she clearly wanted to change some things, and she's been hitting up the gym like cray.’
Early 21st century: abbreviation.
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