whoops-a-daisy love


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  • interj. Acknowledging a mistake.


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  • Now, I've been asked many times how a whoops-a-daisy like this can happen, and I'll tell you what I think ...

    Rip Empson: An Open Letter from BP

  • Here I am leading that process for the last couple of months and whoops-a-daisy I am shown up to have made a mistake.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • A deep chuckle and then a cry of "whoops-a-daisy!" from the nurse is top of my list of Things I Don't Want To Hear When I'm Having a Smear Test.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • This is as bad as "whoops-a-daisy" in response to being caught with one's snout in the trough.

    Whether she's guilty doesn't matter anymore

  • So there you are about to start up your boat when whoops-a-daisy, you drop your keys in the water.

    Key Buoy Keychain


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