The phrase comes from an American television commercial for a breakfast cereal. The phrase comes from the cereal's mascot, a bird that went crazy for the taste of the cereal. Thus "Kookoo for Cocoa Puffs" became synonomous in American pop-culture for someone who was mentally unhinged.
Religious fundamentalists like Jerry Falwell are kookoo for Cocoa Puffs.
Term used by Christian retailers to describe small plastic toys, pens, and pencils that have been imprinted with trite religious phrases to be handed out to children for memorizing Bible verses in Sunday School.
A mileage run is a trip for the sole purpose of earning frequent-flier miles; a trip to absolutely anywhere at all assuming that the fare is cheap enough so that the miles balance out the cost.
Samir Bhatnagar is about 3,000 miles short of platinum status in the Northwest Airlines WorldPerks program, and he's willing to go to great lengths to attain elite status for 2006; He searches the Internet for a cheap fare to Europe, Las Vegas or the West Coast and he will most likely take a mileage run before year's end.