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In the movie "My Fair Lady" why does the flower girl protest, "I'm a good girl, I am!"

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The flower girl proclaims her status as a good girl when a bystander alludes she might be a prostitute.

A SARCASTIC BYSTANDER [thrusting himself between the note taker and the gentleman] Park Lane, for instance. I'd like to go into the Housing Question with you, I would.

THE FLOWER GIRL [subsiding into a brooding melancholy over her basket, and talking very low-spiritedly to herself] I'm a good girl, I am.