"Go crazy" and "Get crazy" are both idioms and are not to be taken literally. To "go crazy" when there's a full moon means that it seems as if people act irrationally during this time of month.
It's People go crazy to get the limited discount goods
You're always safe with "go": go crazy, go mad, go insane, go nuts.
Get crazy" seems better suited to situations than to people.
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In my opinion, people go crazy for get limited discount goods.
i think, but i'm not sure, that the common form is like "that get me crazy or drive me crazy" am i wrong? thanks
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