You are notdaffy about anything but me, are you, Martin?
Kingsnorth says I'm daffy about anything that I really like.
There's no getting around it--you are daffy about some things, Charlotte.
The squeamish Fair One who takes the DAFFY regularly on the sly merely to cure the vapours, politely names it to her friends as "White Wine.
It is a subject, however, which must be admitted has a good deal of Taste belonging to it--and as a Sporting Man would be nothing if he was not flash, the DAFFY CLUB meet under the above title.
Huckleberry Hound in Lion tamer Huck; Yogi Bear in Daffy daddy; Pixie and Dixie in Cat nap cat.
If there wasn't, that stuff he's carrying around in his brain would soon drive him to the daffy house.
Everybody just knows that he's gone daffy over this craze to invent something worth while.
He's daffyon mechanics and such things; and he'll be worse than any sticking plaster you ever saw, once he gets planted in front of the booths, or finds out where the aeroplanes are going up every little while.
Polly is just daffy over interior decorating, and since she showed me all her magazines and other books on it, I am crazy about it, too.
Did I go daffy when that blizzard carried Choko over the ledge--and what did I do up on Grizzly when the snow and ice covered the trail?
The walk was uphill; the sun was already powerful; Mr. Daffy reached the station with dripping forehead and panting as if his sides would burst.
This firm was on the fifth floor, and Mr. Daffy eyed the staircase with misgiving.
A like reticence was maintained by Mr. Daffy concerning his son Charles Edward, once the hope of his life.
At the station he found Mr. Daffy and Bowles, who regarded him with questioning looks.
The others remained standing, and Mr. Daffybroke into vehement speech.
Daffy was pale and quivering; his hair in disorder, his waistcoat torn open, collar and necktie twisted into rags, he made a pitiful figure.
Charles Daffy occupied the kind of house which is known as eminently respectable; it suggested an income of at least a couple of thousand a year.
But he was absorbed in his own reflections, and gave only half an ear to the gasping vehemences which Mr. Daffy poured forth for the next ten minutes.
Mr. Daffy was beside himself with wrath and shame.
Mr. Daffy was there before him; they met at the entrance to the platform from which their train would start.
At times Mr. Daffy got on to the subject of social and political reform, and, after copious exposition, would ask what Mr. Lott thought.
The tourists here are just daffy about climbing mountains and glaziers, and they talk about it all the time, and I could see dad's finish.
Daffy discovered relics of a lepers' squint and a holy-water stoup, and then went to scrutinize the lettering of the ten commandments of the Mosaic law that shone black and red on gold on either side of the I.
Father tells me a lot about the East Purblow Experiment," said Daffy after a perceptible interval.
I suppose you couldn't leave him alone," Daffyhad said, after a long hostile silence.
Naturally, therefore, Mr. Pope was nettled at Marjorie's ruling, and his irritation increased when his next two services toDaffy perished in the net.
Daffy and Mrs. Pope, in a way that sent Daffy off at once for a pail.
Daffy appeared in black velvet, with a huge black fur muff, and an air of being unaware that there were such things as windows in the world.
She could even envy her former home life then, and reflect that there, at any rate, one had a chance of a game or a quarrel with Daffy or Syd or Rom or Theodore.
Daffy sat up for a long time in the stifled silence that ensued, and then like a sensible sister gave it up, and composed herself again to slumber.
When Daffy had at last gone Marjorie went back into Trafford's study and stood on the hearthrug regarding its appointments, with something of the air of one who awakens from a dream.
He was daffy with the sight of me in all that glory, and I knew it.
Old man Gordon was daffy on education, which is a good thing to be daffy over, and he was some strong in that line himself, having been a school teacher back East.
At last, Daffy was caught, and safe in his little home, with only the loss of a few tiny feathers.
Of course Daffy flew out, and one might suppose that was the last of him; but it so happened that the windows were not up.
Now aunt Madge had fed little Daffy before sunrise, and he was as yellow and happy as a canary can be.
I sure judge he has a streak of thedaffy in him," nodded Brad.
I certain allow it's just a plain case ofdaffy on Reggio's part.
Well, partner, if that isn't daffy talk, what do you call it?
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