as wild as it is weird as it is wonderful

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Wookie

Senior Member
Korea, Korean
A cowboy town that’s as wild as it is weird as it is wonderful.

Is that structure grammatically correct?
Does that mean "a cowboy town is as wild as it is weird and it's as wild as it is wonderful"?
I'd like to know the meaning of the phrase in bold.

 
  • dn88

    Senior Member
    Polish
    I think it's a bit confusing. I suggest you say as wild as it is weird and wonderful.
     
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