Nutbar with extra almonds

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"A nutbar with extra almonds" is an expression that has arrived in Lochac since the lands of New Zealand joined the Kingdom. People ask me where I got it from, so there's your answer.

It basically means a person who's not entirely all there (ie. mentally deficient).

A good example is antipope Pius XIII.

This style of observation is usually categorised as a full-deckism, from the expression He isn't playing with a full deck. Australian equivalent terms are A few kangaroos loose in the top paddock and, more aptly, Nutty as a fruitcake.