What does fresh as a daisy mean?


Idiom Meaning:

feeling very refreshed and energetic


Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:


The Amazing Screw-On Head (2006)

Time of Scene: 00:13:00

Screw-On Head: You let America down.

Emperor Zombie: You let me down. You went on and on about how sweet the candy was, then told me not to put it in my mouth, and got mad at me when I did.

Screw-On Head: If by candy, you mean ancient forbidden evil, then yes, I told you not to put it in your mouth.

Patience the Vampire: I think your forbidden evil is fresh as a daisy.

Emperor Zombie: Thank you, darling.


My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic “A Bird in the Hoof” (2011)

Time of Scene: 00:19:00

Fluttershy: I don’t understand! What is that thing? What happened to Philomena?

Princess Celestia: This is Philomena. She’s quite a sight, as I said. But nothing unusual for a phoenix. Isn’t that right, Philomena?

Fluttershy: A phoenix?

Princess Celestia: A phoenix is a majestic and magical bird. While it appears healthy and happy most of the time, every so often it must renew itself by shedding all of its feathers and bursting into flame. Rather melodramatic, if you ask me. It then rises from the ashes, fresh as a daisy. All just a normal part of the life cycle of a phoenix. I’m afraid, mischievous little Philomena here took the occasion to have a little fun with you, Fluttershy. Say you’re sorry, young lady.

Philomena: Mirrori!


The Quiet Man (1952)

Time of Scene: 02:03:00

“Red Will” Danaher: Mind you, I’m fresh as a daisy!

Thornton: You look more like a Black-Eyed Susan to me.


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