"daisy head" ? I've watched the movie "Sister Act"(1992) recently. So the alarm clock said this in the movie. "Get out of bed, you daisy head". What does "daisy head" mean? Is that a slang expression? Thank you so much for reading, everybody.
Nov 30, 2014 9:34 PM
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It's just a silly way to make it rhyme. A similar thing in Spanish is ¿Listo calixto?, ¿Me explico, Federico?, and ¿Me entiendes, Méndez?.
November 30, 2014
Are you sure they didn't say, "lazy head." That , or more often, "sleepy head" refers to someone who doesn't want to get out of bed.
November 30, 2014
They were just being silly. No one uses the term "Daisy head", except for maybe nuns :)
November 30, 2014
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