She was such a pretty woman during her heyday, a style icon for her generation to some degree too. I have to confess I was surprised to find she was still around, her films seemed old when I was a kid.
Me too. I wouldn't have guessed she was still with us.
I came across a great expression a while ago. It's known as Doris Day parking. Apparently in all her films if she ever drove anywhere there was always a parking space right outside wherever she was going. If it happens to you that's what it's called.
Post by Lancashire Lass on May 17, 2019 19:18:53 GMT
Her name was big in my head in the 60s, obviously my mother loved her! Thinking about Doris Day parking have you heard of the ‘Edward Woodward seat’? Supposedly he would never sit with his back to the restaurant, always insists on sitting with his back against the wall.
I've never known a lot about Doris Day, but she had a sweet voice and a sweet face, 'move over darling' is in my head now
Thats a good one Magggzzz, yes I certainly like being a Doris Day parker, especially at the supermarket, there is a really good parking space right at the end of the line which everyone ignores, that's my Doris Day parking space.
I'm the same as Edward Woodward too LL, dislike looking at a wall while I dine