"Wakey, wakey, eggs and bacey/bakey!” means, “Wake up, breakfast of eggs and bacon is ready!” “Wakey! Wakey! Eggs and bac-y!” was cited in print in 1995.
9 October 1995, St. Petersburg (FL) Times, Floridian, pg. 1D:
Wakey! Wakey! Eggs and bac-y!
12 October 1997, Winnipeg (Manitoba) Free Press, pg. A3, col. 2 ad:
EGGS AND BACEY, WERE YOUR MORNING SMILE,
CALL TODAY, DON’T DELAY WE WILL GO THE EXTRA MILE
(A travel service.—ed.)
2 August 1998, The Facts (Clute, TX), pg. 32, col. 1:
Today I awoke to my mother’s play voice chanting, “Wakey, wakey, eggs and bacey!” In other words, “Wake up, I cooked eggs and bacon!”
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An Unofficial Casebook
By D. K. Holm
Time Code: 0:31:46
Information: Dialogue, “Wakey, wakey. Eggs and bakey.”
The catch phrase of band leader Billy Cotton.
Two Diehard Boston Red Sox Fans Chronicle the Historic 2004 Season
By Stewart O’Nan and Stephen King
New York, NY: Scribner
SO: You going for the sweep today? Wakey-wakey, eggs and bakey.
Wakey Wakey - Eggs and Bakey
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A video for the song “Wakey Wakey” from the musical, “A Cabin with a View” - footage is from archive.org.
Wakey, wakey eggs and bakey!
Getting up super early in the morning for a nice long bong hit followed by a GREAT BIG breakfast.
I woke up this morning and said to my friend “Wakey, wakey eggs and bakey!” and he knew I wanted to smoke some pot and eat some food.
by Renee11 Sep 18, 2009