“It was so hard thinking I'd let people down,” said goody, recalling her public shaming in 2007.
As goody's team of publicists and handlers have discovered, death can be great for business.
goody also says she'd allow, even encourage, her young sons to pursue a life in reality TV if that's what they wanted to do.
I spoke to goody last fall, two weeks into the chemotherapy that would ultimately prove to be ineffective.
"My beautiful daughter is at peace," said her mother, after goody died at home, surrounded by family.
Half a crown, goody Grope said, was the least she could be content to take.
But for goody's nursing and care and all your kindness, I should have died.'
"Stop your chattering, goody Cray-Fish," said the reed-warbler.
Perhaps I shall be able to put all your unhappiness away then, and goody's too.
"Go on," said Hal, encouragingly, as goody stopped and hesitated.
also goodie, "something tasty," 1745, from good (adj.) + -y (2); adj. use for "sentimentally proper" is 1830 (especially in reduplicated form goody-goody, 1871). As an exclamation of pleasure, by 1796. Goody also used since 1550s as a shortened form of goodwife, a term of civility applied to a married woman in humble life; hence Goody Two-shoes, name of heroine in 1760s children's story who exulted upon acquiring a second shoe.
: Then I got out my goodie bag