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"Wild and crazy" is used when simply saying "wild" or "crazy" to describe a person or situation doesn't fully describe the huge degree to which that person or situation is "off the rails" , uncontrolled or manically wacko. Could have a positive or negative connotation.

Someone who is saying and doing random or extreme things could be said to be wild and crazy. Or if you had an awesome night partying with all sorts of different exciting things happening that could be said to have been a wild and crazy night out, to use it in a positive meaning.
"That party last night was wild and crazy! Omg the strippers just kept coming through the door. It was like every woman in the room needed her turn on the dance pole."

"Bro, did you see Steve at the meeting this morning? That fool be acting wild and crazy today, ya mean. Wtf was he talking about it sounded like f%#$&*@ gibberish. I think he's on meth."
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Briefly, "the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own." Originally from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, which has a lot more beautiful neologism definitions like this you might enjoy.
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