How would you interpret the word “bizotic” in the context?
How would you interpret the word “bizotic” in the third from last sentence: …which is way bizotic, if you ask me, she’s cool?
PS: the whole story is about the afterlife. And in the previous context, the two guys picked up the girl, Leehee.
PS: the excerpt is taken from “Kneller’s Happy Campers” written by an Israeli author, Etgar Keret. And I’m reading an English translation.
When we got back to the car, I took over the wheel. All this time, Leehee was asleep in her sweats in the backseat. From the time we picked her up, I’d never seen her wearing anything with short sleeves. Uzi said he’d bet the Chevy she slashed her wrists, but neither of us had the guts to ask her how she offed and everything, and why. Not that it matters much. She’s cute when she’s sleeping, kind of peaceful-like, and except for the bit about finding the people in charge, which is way bizotic, if you ask me, she’s cool. Uzi can go on bitching all he wants, but personally I think he’s got a thing for her. Maybe that’s really why he doesn’t let it go, so I don’t catch on.