Donald is writing in his diary and narrating (in a rather sophisticated voice) about his romance with Daisy. She was able to snare him into a relationship in which they got to know each other better and Donald got to meet Daisy's family. Finally, Donald decides to marry Daisy but when waiting for her to arrive so he can pop the question, he falls asleep and has a nightmarish vision of what married life would be like (among other things that he'll be forced to do all the housework and be served a burnt T bone for dinner). Needless to say, the marriage is called off when he awakens.
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Did You Know?
The scene depicting the wedding of Daisy and Donald implies the promiscuity of the bride. Several sailors attend the wedding and tearfully wave goodbye to Daisy. Implying they were all former lovers. See more
In Daisy's last scene, her outfit changes from the green dress with yellow apron to her red dress. See more
Donald's Internal Monologue
Though I was born when I kissed her, I died when we parted. But I lived for a little while.
Edited into How to Catch a Cold