Stir crazy may refer to:
- Stir crazy (condition), a mental condition experienced by prisoners
- Stir Crazy (film), a 1980 comedy film
- Stir Crazy (restaurant), a US restaurant chain
- Stir Crazy (TV series), a short-lived 1985 CBS sitcom
- "Stir Crazy", a song by the indie rock band Redlight Cinema
- "Stir Crazy", a song by The Madd Rapper, featuring Eminem
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Famous quotes containing the words crazy and/or stir:
“What else are we gonna live by if not dreams? We need to believe in something. What would really drive us crazy is to believe this reality we run into every day is all there is. If I dont believe theres that happy ending out therethat will-you- marry-me in the skyI cant keep working today.”
—Jill Robinson (b. 1936)
“All things by immortal power,
Near and Far
To each other linked are,
That thou canst not stir a flower
Without troubling of a star.”
—Francis Thompson (18591907)