In other words, with it we do not know what to expect. Today could be sane or not it and we have no way to know until when contact with him. But the risk is that this is your day bad (or good?) and not even recognize us. A lunatic change, but it is not easy to determine when or how. We move forward in the mentions and the shift has corresponded to the crazy Lord, whose characteristic is to have crazy things or seem crazy. That reveals little sanity, Atarantado, dazed. To put it more clearly, this character has not obtained even the crazy certificate but is making a few enormous merit to win it.

The disturbed, da. It has altered his mental faculties. Only altered as often from certain parents family who must overcome the antics of children, ill-treatment of the Chief, the refrain of the wife and each day’s news. The disturbed poor going on the right track so that his madness is full in a short time, which achieved safely in a short time. The unhealthy and the alienated seem to have no remedy because the dictionary uses two very strong definitions for them: not lowers them crazy and insane. His category is practically dangerous madmen. It is suggested that if you encounters with them, better is the loco and follow long.

The locato (or locatis) is the colloquial form accepted by the Royal Academy for calling people crazy, of poor judgment. It is an adjective that well could be adjusted to more than half of humanity (and much of the other half) because each will have had their days of uncommon Act and even their long seasons, in the eyes of others. The majareta is, in colloquial sense, crazy, nutty. The agerasia suffers from vesania which in turn means dementia, insanity, fury. Saying alienated is the same to say crazy, insane and if we refer to the Nutter we are talking about someone alelado, lacking in brains or judgment. The colloquial language has certain expressions to make allusion to those who suffer from some type of mental insanity and are typically used to exaggerate the behaviors of those who do not act as most do. Between these expressions are: so-and-so is missing a screw, ran you a shingle, is to tie it, is an abnormal, is a crazy poor, is Soyo, is descarrucho, it peeled the carreto, is that you take road (in reference to the habit of some crazy navigate on foot of a town to another no matter the distances or the weather conditions. In any case it is not known who is madder: If that is considered sane or which enjoys happy state of abstraction of reality. The popular saying, for example, puts us to think seriously about the issue when he says: a sane between locos, they are sane and him are you crazy. And attention to those who are qualified from crazy por4que think differently to others. Before you accuse another of being crazy would be convenient to read Mark Twain: A man with a new idea is a madman until the idea succeeds Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a writer and journalist italo-colombiano who also teaches in several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is contained in three anthologies of Colombian authors. Contact to the cel. 300 8055526 or email. Please read their writings in MAICAO to D?A page in which you will find writings, chronicles and beautiful parts of the Colombian literature.