So, I’m not cute, what of it?

I said something in one of my blogs about not going  batcrap crazy and someone commented that they wanted to see that. 

So I thought today would be a good day to go bat crap crazy here on my blog (I wonder what a bad day would be?). 

Lots of crazy out there…
I start most blog topics with a google search, so felt I couldn’t make an exception for this one. Had to laugh when I realized my blog about not going bat crap crazy turned up as #7 on page one.

I don’t know whether to be embarrassed or relieved that I got beat by Montana. Twice. You have to scroll down to find a post on actual bat crap.

In an attempt to bring some order to my batcrap crazy (I know that’s a contradiction in terms), let’s start with a definition from the Urban dictionary: 


“the new age version of BS (edited by me to make this a mom approved post)… as in: i got over using BS (ditto above) it lost all defiance so now its BATCRAP…”

Can’t talk bats without the Batman! further explains it thusly:

Bat-crap crazy is the less vulgar, publicly correct term for another term that is bat-sXXt crazy. They both mean the highest level of craziness, usually occurring impulsively and temporarily. You would use it to mean that something or someone is really, really not making sense, too crazy for words, a really dumb idea.”

Or you could actually be referring to bat crap, which is also sometimes called guano:

Do not know what to say about this one, other than holy crap.

Guano (via Spanish, ultimately from the Quechua wanu, meaning ‘dung’) is the excrement (feces and urine) of seabirds, cave dwelling bats, and seals. Guano manure is an effective fertilizer due to its high levels of phosphorus and nitrogen and also its lack of odor. It was an important source of nitrates for gunpowder. Soil that is deficient in organic matter can be made more productive by addition of this manure.” via Wikipedia

Wouldn’t ALL bat crap be organic?

I think it must be an amazing fertilizer because I found all kinds of ads for it when I was looking for bat crap pictures (after I was able to scroll past all the pictures of people…)

So, when was the last time you went batcrap crazy? Or looked for bat crap? Is your garden or life batcrap crazy? Do tell.

Perilously (and crazily),

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Pauline Baird Jones tries not to go batcrap crazy too often because it is so exhausting and makes her eyes puffy. She doesn’t plan to buy any bat crap either. If her characters could blog, they’d tell you she does go a bit crazy on them. You can find out what else she does at

What do you think?

My Promise to go Batcrap Crazy

3 thoughts on “My Promise to go Batcrap Crazy

  • April 2, 2012 at 9:06 pm

    @ Jaleta – yeah, there are those who might say it didn’t take a special post to achieve the state for me either. LOL! I tried to get my son to take a picture of actual guano, but he had this thesis research to do. I mean, seriously, which was more important?

    @ – Jacqueline – thanks! LOL! Yeah, the bats are a bit creepy. LOL!

  • April 2, 2012 at 8:39 pm

    Love your whimsical sense of humor, but I can do without bats!

  • April 2, 2012 at 6:53 pm

    Most people think I’m already batcrap crazy. I make sense to myself in my own head. (And I love the batman guano. Ew!)

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