"George thought he had fallen and even said 'whoops-a-daisy
' to him.
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.
Those caught out call it a "momentary lapse" or an "innocent mistake" or a "whoops-a-daisy
Philip Bushill-Matthews (Con, West Midlands) is to replace Giles Chichester, who resigned this month after admitting paying pounds 400,000 from expenses to a family firm, in what he called a "whoops-a-daisy
Before stepping down he said it was embarrassing to then find that, "whoops-a-daisy
", he was breaching existing rules himself.
But last night he acknowledged that, because of what he called a "whoops-a-daisy
" moment, he had to go.
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.
I had planned it as a bit of a treat for my class, but it spread across the school, and it sort of tied in with our infant Christmas play, Whoops-a-Daisy
His arrogant "whoops-a-daisy
" dismissal of a financial controversy sealed his resignation as leader of the Tory MEPs.
And Hugh grins, brushes his adorable hair out of his lovely eyes and charmingly mumbles, "Whoops-a-daisy