Still I suppose the MEPs, in between picking up their pounds 250,000 each, employing their wives and, whoops-a-daisy
, funnelling large sums into their own and their relatives' pockets, feel they've got to do something with their time.
And this unfortunate filly wasn't even on the course, but crossing the bridge at Aintree station in her extremely tight skirt and vertiginous stilettos when, whoops-a-daisy
, she fell flat on her pert derriere to cacophonous cackles, not only from her chums, but the girls in the ticket office too.
Together with Willis Hall, Waterhouse wrote several plays and revues, among them Celebration (performed 1961), All Things Bright and Beautiful (1962), They Called the Bastard Stephen (1964), Whoops-a-Daisy
(1968), Who's Who (1971), Lost Empires (1985; adapted from the novel by J.
We took a peek behind the scenes at Belvedere Hamlets infant school Nativity play to see how preparations for their show, The Whoops-a-daisy
Angel, are going.