I played Humphrey Bogart in a Casablanca sketch with my mother, and I played Flo Ziegfeld in a play.
When they sang along to Flo Rida's "Whistle," do you think they got the innuendo?
Flo was not just mediocre: she was catastrophically tragic, tone-deaf, screechy and, as Randy Jackson would say, “pitchy, dawg!”
Thwarted by straight-laced parents, vivacious Flo eventually eloped to Philly with a doctor and then divorced.
As a result, her Flo is sweet-natured and wide-eyed like a child, but inherently nervous, with the jitters and a deeper anxiety.
Of course you may; it will be so splendid to see him again, and you must constantly stay with me—constantly, Flo dear.
(Indicates an imaginary abyss, at which Lady Flo shakes her head).
How he recognised his Aunt Flo in the touches the clerk had given!
"Here's a letter for you, Flo," said her brother Jack at noon.
"Flo, come here," she called to some one evidently near at hand.