upsadaisy

upsadaisy

(ˈʌpsəˈdeɪzɪ)
interj
a variant of upsy-daisy
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upsadaisy

interj (inf)hoppla
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In a letter to Sheirr dated 1955, for instance, the artist wrote in his typical calligraphic style: "Upsadaisy this insane out of my mind if you're in my mind and I lose my mind do I lose you." Direct communication, in this case, is passed over for something that sounds more like the cut-up techniques of William Burroughs, even though five years would elapse before Brion Gyson first introduced the writer to them at the Beat Hotel in Paris.
as in another time his mother held his feet and upsadaisy
Pictures: JAMES BALFOUR; UPSADAISY: Tony Shirley gives Demi (top) a better view, with Lucy alongside; JOY: Reindeer (from left) Rebecca Smith, Evelyn Young and Thomas O'Brien, with Deon Young (right) as Rudolf