Common Expressions : as Mad as a Hatter

Idiom : as Mad as a Hatter

We can’t talk about the expression¬†as mad as a Hatter without mentioning Lewis Carol and The Hatter, one of his main characters from the chapter 7 of Alice’s adventures in Wonderland when Alice became a guest at a mad Tea-Party with the Hatter and the March Hare.
The original meaning of the expression was vague and unclear. But, generally, it has been known for years now that a mad Hatter represents a person who is always angry and sharply crazy.
Let’s see some examples :
– Poor Samantha ! She is always as mad as a hatter.
– Oh my God ! This noise makes me as mad as a Hatter. It is too much intolerable.

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