from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Daphne or Daffodil.
- proper n. A surname, derived from the Welsh equivalent of David.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a silly person; silly; imbecile; ‘soft.’
- Dry; insipid.
- n. A short form for daffodil.
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"Larnsey's actually boinking a rent boy called Daffy?"
"Want to come too!" called Daffy, her eyes full of tears as she saw her beloved Sally going away.
But while the Daffy in "Daffy Dilly" is not exactly "Daffy," he has a lot of resourcefulness, has more moods than just the non-stop anger he'd be displaying by the late '50s, and he actually enjoys being a cartoon character.
Most of them are lank, starved-looking beasties enough, but there is one lovely gray fellow who basks on a window sill opposite me and looks so much like 'Daffy' that, when I look at him, I could squeeze out a homesick tear if I were not afraid that would wash a clean spot on my grimy face.
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Dear Daffy: What about that guy with his wife and his mistress fighting over him, and which one would get to be there when he came out?
In the famous worlds of Daffy Duck "I'm a Happy Miser"
Plus, as if the weird boat-van doesn't draw enough attention to your lame posse, everyone riding this thing is given bright yellow "quackers" -- kazoos shaped like Daffy duck lips -- to wear around the neck and blow into when feeling enthusiastic.
I picture Bugs and Daffy murdering them and throwing them down into the sewer.
It also looks like Bugs and Daffy are headed for some kind of love fest with the Chipmunks.