alsokick the daisies, pick..., shove up..., push up the poppies[prob. based on undated gravestone inscription: ‘With the tips of his toes / And the end of his nose / Turned up to the roots of the daisies’ variously attrib to an Irish or Scottish graveyard]
1. to die; thus pushing (up the) daisies, dead.
2. in fig. use, to waste time, to lead a pointless existence.