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German German speaking countries

nicht alle Tassen im Schrank haben

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Some People

(to not have all the cups in the cupboard) • To be crazy.

"Du willst trotz des Sturms schwimmen gehen? Du hast doch nicht alle Tassen im Schrank!"

"You want to go swimming despite the storm? You must not have all the cups in the cupboard!"

Confirmed by 10 people

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Spanish Spain

Se te fue la olla

Expression USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(You lost your pot) • To go crazy, with the pot referring to one's head.

“¿Qué! ¿No quieres llevar paraguas con la de lluvia que hace? Se te fue la olla, mijo.”

“What?! You don't want to take an umbrella with how bad it's raining? You lost your pot, son.“

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Dutch Netherlands

ze niet allemaal op een rijtje hebben

Expression USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

(to not have them all in a row) • To not be in your right mind. The alternative is to not have them all five in a row, meaning the five senses.

"Ik zag laatst onze buurman z'n planten wateren met bier. Volgens mij heeft hij ze niet allemaal op een rijtje."

"I recently saw our neighbor water his plants with beer. I don't think he has them all in a row."

Confirmed by 3 people

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German Switzerland

Du hesch doch nüm alli tassa im schrank!

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Almost Everyone

(You don’t have all your cups in your cupboard anymore!) • To ask if someone is serious, but implying that you think that their idea is crazy or dangerous.

"Du bisch im Gwitter go bada? Du hesch doch nüm alli Tassa im Schrank!"

"You went bathing in the middle of the thunderstorm? You don’t have all your cups in your cupboard anymore!"

Confirmed by 9 people

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Italian Italy

Non hai tutti i venerdì a posto

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

(You don't have all your Fridays in place) • To be crazy or a bit odd.

"Ma cosa stai dicendo?! Tu non hai tutti i venerdì a posto."

"What are you saying?! You don't have all your Fridays in place."

Confirmed by 4 people