Daisy Wood Born Daisy Violet Rose Wood (1877-09-15) 15 September 1877 Hoxton Died 19 October 1961 (1961-10-19) (aged 84) Banstead, Surrey Occupation. Life and career The fifth of nine children, the oldest being Matilda Alice Victoria Wood (1870–1922. Hey, I got a question for you: Ever established a funk while narking the titter? How about shake a flannin—ever do that after too many tiddle-a-winks? I bet you don’t even umble-cum-stumble me. Oh, and let’s bring these phrases back. Afternoonified – smart, for society people. POPSY WOPSY Popsy was a singer in a West End revue Sang the sort of ditties that the fellows all knew Every night they used to turn the limelight strong On someone's face while she sang her song That would set the fellow blinking just like an owl But if she.
The final t.v appearance of Popsy Wopsy by the superb Sheila Steafel. This is from The Good Old Days in 1983. See more at www.sheilasteafel.co.uk. Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd (8th September 1901 - 6th September 1966) was Prime Minister of South Africa from 1958 until his assassination in 1966. Verwoerd was born in the Netherlands and emigrated at age two with his parents to South Africa. POPSY WOPSY Popsy was a singer in a little revue Sang the sort of ditties that the people all knew Every night they used to turn the limelight strong On someone’s face as she sang her song. Popsy loved her job but every once in a while She thought it would be.
Quick Slang Phrases From Victorian England That We Should Start Using Again. Snapshots of The Past.
Hey, I got a question for you: Ever established a funk while narking the titter? How about shake a flannin? I bet you don’t even umble- cum- stumble me. Oh, and let’s bring these phrases back. Like the current- day “meanmug,” minus the mean, plus the giggle. Basically, an asshole.
Lickfinger/lick- spittle .