8 comments for “Ozy and Millie: What’s on Millie’s mind

  1. The Punch in this case is Punchinello, the puppet from Punch and Judy shows. He was always quite pleased when tormenting someone and he was always tormenting someone. Not nonsense at all.

  2. What about “Head over heels?” Your head is over your heels all the time. Wouldn’t “Heels over head” make more sense?

    • When it originally was used it was “heels over head” and meant falling, when it became symbolic for falling in love it got reversed according to my Google search

      • Growing up, I always thought “head-over-heels” meant you were as mixed up as if you got spun a full 360 degrees and ended back up where you started.

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