A two word replacement for the adjective "crazily." It is typically used by younger individuals that do not yet know or care that it is improper grammar.
Dude, he is FAST! He ate that hamburger like crazy!
by Ben L. September 10, 2005
1. the surprise of having a certain skill,
2. fast or very skillfully
We ran like crazy when the cops showed up, we could never do it again if we tried.
by TFS February 20, 2005
Mom: Happy birthday, here's the key to your new car. Are you happy?

Billy: Heck ya, I'm going crazy like.
by Bryan and Alex April 15, 2004
As spoken by Renee Zellweger's slutty character Gina in Empire Records, crazy like means overly hyper and active.
Renee Z's slutty character: "You know it's too early ... It makes the customers all crazy like."
by KrW September 7, 2005
Implys the opposite. The individual refered to is not crazy at all, rather cunning (like a fox). Used when one appears to be 'crazy', but is acting with a hidden motive, in a cunning way
Person 1 : "What's that guy doing? He's crazy"
Person 2 : "Yeah...Crazy like a FOX!"
by Umpa Lumpa October 16, 2003
Crazy like Hayley Jane (popular singer/songwriter), specifically in a very creative sense and/or fickle with relationships.
"Did you hear that? That chick is crazy like HJ!"
by zacanger May 26, 2007