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What do we call a person who is super excited for something?

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Fanatic:

noun

1 A person filled with excessive and single-minded zeal, especially for an extreme religious or political cause:

He paints his face black and gold because he's a fanatic about the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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    Usually in everyday conversation it's shortened to "fan", and used with the preposition "of". As in "He paints his face black and gold because he's a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers." The full word (fanatic) has a negative context (e.g. "religious fanatic"). – Parthian Shot Mar 24 '15 at 23:48
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Rabid

Zealous

Fervent

Energetic

Exhilarated

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It depends what he's excited about.

  • If the thing he is excited about is participating in an ongoing or upcoming activity, the most apt term is gung ho (or gung-ho).

  • If the object of his excitement is a person whom he idolizes or enamored of (eg a female pop singer) you might say he is star-struck or {gaga/crazy} {over/for} her

  • If he is excited sexually (aroused) there are many slang terms, some quite vulgar . Some printable ones: hot to trot (old fashioned) or just hot [for her] (newer—see, for instance, https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Xrx_55SgwAY )

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