–adjective, screw·i·er, screw·i·est. Slang .
absurdly peculiar or impractical; ridiculous
Every definition fits. How so?
In the past four years we have had our current phone number. Yet, calls for Martha Diaz still occur. Granted they are not arriving as fast and furious as in the first several months. Still, not one month goes by that we do not get a call for Martha Diaz.
People promise to remove our number from their calling list. It appears they do that. Apparently new callers have a reason to call and request to speak with Martha Diaz. Perhaps a collection agency has bought up old accounts from another agency and is making their effort to collect a bad debt.
This has gone beyond "annoying." I would miss the humor (yes, humor) of it if the calls were to stop. It is insanely (i.e., subconsciously driving me crazy) funny. Does Martha know just how [in]famous she has become? I wish there was a way to determine the answer to that question.
What condition exists in the society whereby callers attempt to reach someone at a phone number unlinked to that someone for four years. That is 1,461 days (counting an extra day in a leap year).