noun. A cohort in cuckooness who may be putting more than the FDA-recommended serving of crack on their cornflakes.
Real citation: "There, we have a black Muslim with ties to Louis Farrakhan (though not for many, many years, apparently) and in the district next door, we have Michelle Bachman - an ultra-right wing GOP, uber-Christian, hyper-partisan, lunatic fringe member in good standing. Congresswoman Bachman can be counted on to contribute her ideas to Congress. She is obsessed with gays - claims that she was attacked by two lesbians at one of her rallies. She repeatedly introduces legislation to require the teaching of creationism in schools. I'm happy to say we re-defeated her co-whacko, Carla Nelson, by a couple hundred votes."
(Nov. 8, 2006, QRZ Forums, http://forums.qrz.com/showthread.php?t=108457)
Made-up citation: "Professor Freemont, your co-worker is a co-whacko--a neuro-psycho-whacko. And where does that leave us? Neurodoublefucked, once again."