Idioms title

The Idiom Attic - a collection of hundreds of English idioms, each one explained.

The meaning of "method to my madness"

" Method to my madness "
Odd actions that appear meaningless but are done for a good reason.
Mixing cooking oil with the petrol might seem a little odd, but just wait, you'll see there's method in my madness.
Where did it originate?:
Britain, 17th century. From Shakespeare's Hamlet, as 'though this is madness, yet there is method in it'.
Where is it used?:
Hear the idiom spoken:
More idioms about:   stupidity   shakespeare  

 We are also on Facebook

 Copyright Gary Martin