Feels Quotes

  • In terms of sexual orientation I don't really feel I've changed. I don't feel there was a hidden part of my sexuality that I wasn't aware of. I'd been with men all my life, and I'd never fallen in love with a woman. But when I did, it didn't seem so strange.
  • People like my fashion sense a lot, but somehow, I never got a chance to wear stuff that I love on screen.
  • Everything that I do has to be something new and something challenging, or with people that I want to work with. I take jobs for different reasons.
  • Our safety and security is more important than ever, and Congress needs to take an active role in enforcing international agreements that support global security.
  • The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you're still a rat.
  • I think DOOM had just the right mix of elements that keep people coming back to it: great monsters, excellent weapons with great balance, a spooky environment and extreme speed.
  • Among the children of God, it was they who were most able to rightly divide the word of truth.
  • A lot of times when I sit down with the other comics and try to talk theory, they say I'm being too serious.
  • The bottom string is tuned to an open G.
  • There are too many leaders anointed because they have a public voice - television, radio, or record, or whatever. That even includes myself. In the past, I'd say, 'Don't anoint me when you can anoint yourself.'
  • I've always been called 'Suki,' but my actual first name is Alice.
  • I literally in the New York flea market - just when I was despairing of ever having a great serendipitous find - found a 1926 Chanel.
  • I believe that an artist working for and representing the Kingdom of God should do the best of their ability to show and prove the depth, life, newness, creativity, truth and excitement of their Heavenly Father through the work that is set before them.
  • Most of us have had that experience - at around puberty - of realising that, despite whatever efforts we put into our chosen sports, we will become at best competent.
  • One of the things I noticed while I lived in New York City was how different the kids and teens were that grew up there versus, you know, my suburban upbringing. They have this innate resilience and toughness to them, and they're incredibly self-sufficient, usually from a pretty young age.
  • I hadn't made up my mind whether I had to do Hollywood or Bollywood films because I loved both, and I grew up on both. So I am glad that Bollywood chose me.
  • People like my voice and say I can sing, but I don't like microphones in front of my face: it distracts me.
  • We pledge to you that we will create jobs. End economic uncertainty and make America more competitive. We will cut Washington wasteful spending and reduce the size of government. And we will reform Congress and restore your trust in government.
  • Every vice president since Mondale has lived up on this hill, on the twelve-acre campus of the Naval Observatory in Northwest Washington. It's a pretty house with a wraparound porch and a white turret.
  • EPIX is a big new cable TV channel that I've just started hosting for. I host EPIX News covering the major movie premieres and junkets. 'The Hunger Games' was my first project with them.
  • When Marty Short and I get together, I sit down at the piano and play the score of 'Godspell.'
  • Everyone prefers some foods over others, but some adults take this tendency to an extreme. These people tend to prefer the kinds of bland food they may have enjoyed as children - such as plain or buttered pasta, macaroni and cheese, cheese pizza, French fries and grilled cheese sandwiches - and to restrict their eating to just a few dishes.
  • Dinner was made for eating, not for talking.
  • I like to entertain people according to what they're saying entertains them. As an artist, musician, songwriter and producer, I sit back and hear it, and... if that's what y'all like, I can do that.
  • I'm not going to lie: I still have days when I walk by the mirror on my way to the shower and think, 'Oh God, I didn't just see that!'
  • I think my books come out very visual, which is an obvious consequence.
  • My aim was to safeguard justice, without doing harm to our war effort.
  • I don't watch a lot of my work. I'm not really interested in seeing it after I do it. Because I came from theater, where, you know, it's impossible to actually review your work, so why would I bother under any other circumstances?
  • What I have learnt is that it is important to pursue your passion more than your legacy; if you have a passion with a purpose, then everything else fits in.
  • Some players you pat their butts, some players you kick their butts, some players you leave alone.
  • I'm always interested in relationships between women. I'm always interested in how women relate to each other, whether it's a family relationship or it's a friend relationship. That's such uncharted territory in cinema.
  • Any time I try to play anything that doesn't come natural, I'm just plain bad.
  • We have struggled with terrorism for a long time. In the Reagan administration, I was a hawk on the subject. I said terrorism is a big problem, a different problem, and we have to take forceful action against it. Fortunately, Ronald Reagan agreed with me, but not many others did.
  • When I was 16, nobody else talked like me. Nobody else sounded like me.
  • When I'm composing a scene for the first time, I try to imitate my character. The less critical distance the better - particularly when they're acting badly.
  • I like working in children's books because it gives rise to such a variety of jobs. One month it may be a picture book, the next a retelling, the next a play, a short story or the start of the next novel.
  • I'm blonde and tanned and normal-sized! I'm sweet, shy, funny, have a big heart and I'm nice - and I like to eat.
  • Outside of my family and my work, I have two passions, both instilled in me by my father: golf and fishing.
  • I hope that all new filmmakers see that the Internet and social media are helpful tools in establishing a fan base as well as being able to interact with your fans.
  • People will put restrictions on your ability, on your aptitude, on your talent, on your character, and to be honest, it's just opinion. Don't let anyone put you in a box or draw your path for you.
  • I can only answer for Chuck Grassley; I can't answer for anybody else.
  • It is possible that the contemplation of cruelty will not make us humane but cruel; that the reiteration of the badness of our spiritual condition will make us consent to it.
  • Facing it, always facing it, that's the way to get through. Face it.
  • Not all Republicans are rich, dress in three-piece suits, and have $200 haircuts. I'm somebody who's lived from paycheck to paycheck. I'm focusing on my blue-collar roots - I've worked side by side with union people.
  • Being Captain of the Dodgers meant representing an organization committed to winning and trying to keep it going. We could have won every year if the breaks had gone right.
  • The pure air and dazzling snow belong to things beyond the reach of all personal feeling, almost beyond the reach of life. Yet such things are a part of our life, neither the least noble nor the most terrible.
  • My father was a drill sergeant, and I've always had that mentality drilled into me of 'you've got to do better, you've got to do better.' I just try to listen to the characters. That's what works for me.
  • My dad is a really funny guy, and we would make jokes about my leukemia. When my friends would come over, we would joke about it, too.