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Music and motorcycles was my thing when I was a kid.
Barbra Streisand, for one, is one of my idols. I’ve listened to her since I was a little kid – the first album I ever bought was ‘A Star is Born’ with Kris Kristofferson.
If you’re a preacher‘s kid, you see the church differently.
I remember as a kid being really scared of the Smurfs.
As a kid, I came to Kolkata many times.
All children are natural actors, and I’m still a kid. If you grow up completely, you can never be an actor.
When I was a kid doing television, they’d stick a leather jacket on me, and I would be the thug.
If you don’t look at my skin color and we just go play basketball, you’re not going to say I’m a white kid that can just shoot.
My mom was a dance teacher, so she put me in dance school when I was a kid. I did everything. I used to take ballet.
There are people who take fashion at different levels, but personally, I’m just a kid with it.
I still want to see the Knicks do well; I do. I promise I do. That’s my team. After all the stuff that happened, people say to me, ‘You still like the Knicks?’ Well, that’s just the way it is. That’s what happens when you’re a kid. Your team is your team, and everything is die-hard.
No, I ain’t a star – I’m just a kid from Brooklyn, living his dream.
Any kid in my position coming from being an All-American and all that wants to be the guy that makes all the plays coming into their freshman year.
From a young kid, I was quite interested in religion.
I was a club kid. I was on the cover of ‘New York‘ magazine and discovered like that.
I’ve loved musical theater ever since I was a kid. My mother’s a pianist, and my grandfather was an amateur theater director and stand-up comic. And I was an only child. And I loved attention. So from an early age, my family was teaching old musical songs.
Every book is a children’s book if the kid can read!
Playing for Juventus is something you dream about when you’re a kid.
Before the 1970s, banks were banks. They did what banks were supposed to do in a state capitalist economy: they took unused funds from your bank account, for example, and transferred them to some potentially useful purpose like helping a family buy a home or send a kid to college.
I seriously love to cook… My grandmother was an amazing cook. As a kid I used to help her make handmade pasta, Cavatelli and Ravioli. It was one of my favorite things to do. I love the idea of making whatever is in the fridge into something.
When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle. Then I realised that the Lord doesn’t work that way so I stole one and asked Him to forgive me.
P.E. was my life in school. Without it, I wouldn’t be standing here. It gave me confidence when I was an overweight kid with a speech impediment.
Maybe directors who are more interested in realism and naturalism come from cities, where they see things on their doorstep every day. But growing up as a kid in a very pretty but ever-so-slightly boring town, where not a great deal happened, encouraged me to be more escapist, more imaginative, and more of a daydreamer.
When I was growing up, I wasn’t an extrovert. If anything, I was an introverted kid and a very average pupil at school. I was very quiet.
When I was a kid, I used to pretend to be Bond; I used to make up scenarios and irritate my sister and annoy my mother and father pretending to be someone else, so I kind of was already acting when I was a child. I just didn’t really know it.
I grew up watching television as a kid. It was always something I wanted to pursue.
When I was a kid, I wasn’t looking at the small-budget films myself. I was looking at ‘James Bond‘ and all the major films, so I still have that energy. I still love those films.
When I was a kid and I’d be in trouble. I’d ask God to help me, and then once the fire was out, I wouldn’t talk to Him anymore. When I got older, I began to find I needed some help spiritually, just to function.
I was a pretty free-spirited kid. I was part of a notorious group of troublemakers who didn’t do well in school but had a great time exploring Beijing from the inside out.
As a little kid when I would watch ‘Monty Python’… that would just blow me away because it was just so silly and absurd, but so intelligent, and I loved that.
Britney Spears was an incredible dancer. That kid was amazing.
Me and my sister made up a game called ‘Milky Cow’. We were on holiday in France when I was 12, and there was a kid who had bovine features, and every time we went past her, we’d say, ‘There’s Milky Cow’.
Since I was a kid it was a dream to play for Man United, and to be there at Old Trafford is the biggest dream of my career.
My kid could get a bad X-ray and I could get a call from the doctor saying I have something growing in my bum and that would change my perspective on everything instantaneously, on what is and what is not important.
I had a very nice life. I was a very good kid. I had nice friends. I played in the school yard. I was nice to my parents; they were nice to me. They were loving parents – they were always there.
I’m fulfilling my dreams that I had as a kid every single day. That’s why I’m trying to enjoy it so much.
Having red hair is never good when you’re a kid. I was picked on a lot and didn’t have a lot of friends. But I think that gave me a thick skin and helped make me a better person.
I did two commercials, one for Porsche, but I was definitely not the type of child one would cast in a commercial or any TV that you’d typically go out for as a young kid. I wasn’t the type of kid who would be in stuff that kids watch. I wasn’t cutesy.
When I was a kid, I couldn’t see life outside ramen noodles and Kool-Aid.
I was a shy kid but also very mischievous. Because I looked super innocent, no one could really call me out on my pranks.
I played soccer when I was a kid. I started when I was 8 and played for 8 more years. I was pretty good. I used to train with Atletico Nacional, which is one of the most important teams in Colombia. I used to train every day.
I wish I had played team sports. I think every kid should. Teamwork builds character – teaches people about leadership and cooperation.
When I was a little kid, I simply loved music and enjoyed expressing myself with my body.
From the time I was a kid, I was always interested in any and all kinds of new business ideas.
There was a recording studio in my school, and I knew this kid who had a key, so I’d write lyrics in school while I was in class, and then, in a 10-minute break, I recorded the song ‘Hurt’ in one go at the school studio.
Let’s face it. No kid in high school feels as though they fit in.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always been fascinated by the Arthurian Legend, and, you know, the notion of nobility in battle and the – the notion of chivalry.
I have always loved fashion since I was a kid and customized my school uniforms.
How many years have I been watching the U.S. Open? Since I was a little kid.
My mom says that when I was a little kid, I always used to say I wanted to be an actor, but I don’t remember that.
Personally, I was never the cool kid. I was always sort of a bookworm.
A lot of kid characters you see on TV are sassy, and snarky, and think they’re just the coolest kids in the world, and are mean spirited.
I started off as a kid who didn’t care what my education was.
I was brought up as a normal kid.
I was shy when I was a kid, I was very shy, but now I think I’ve improved a lot. I can speak OK with the media and with the people. My English is still bad but I feel a little bit better now than before.
I was coming home from kindergarten – well they told me it was kindergarten. I found out later I had been working in a factory for ten years. It’s good for a kid to know how to make gloves.
I experienced bullying a lot. I was an only child, and I was kind of a small kid with a big mouth, and so I always got myself in trouble.
Ingydar was the name of my great-aunt Becky’s horse, who passed away when I was a kid.
I was a tomboy right from the time I was a kid and loved to be like that. I’d hate all the girlie things. Well my best friends as a kid have been boys. I get along best with the opposite sex. I guess that’s the case with most people though!
I’m a Detroit kid who grew up with that assembly line mentality: You go to work to make money.
I always wanted to be a stand-up comedian, even as a kid. Me and my dad would watch ‘Evening at the Improv’ on A&E.
I watch a lot of movies. I’ve watched movies since I was a kid. My dad brought me to the theater once a week. Always – it was a must. So I think that influenced me a lot to be an actor.
That reminds me of something that happened to me when I was a kid.
They used to talk about it in shop class, say, ‘That kid right there can sing,’ and I was going, like, ‘I wonder who they’re talking about?’
Mental toughness is a lifestyle. It’s something that you live every single day of your life. When I was growing up, I was a lazy kid. I was a lazy kid, and everybody goes, ‘How did you get to where you’re at today? How did you get to where you’re running 200 miles at one time in 39 hours? Being so disciplined?’
My dad left when I was a little boy and I grew up with my mother’s family. There were foundations in the U.S. where Jewish people got together and sent money to Cuba, so we got some of that. We were a poor family, but I was always a happy kid.
I personally don’t believe people really grow. They just learn stuff when they were a kid, and hold on to it, and that affects every relationship they have.
When I was a kid, I loved Nintendo.
I loved ‘Saturday Night Fever‘ when I was a kid. I couldn’t believe people talked that way. It was just a whole new culture I didn’t understand. I snuck into it. It was an R-rated film. So it holds a special place.
Even as a kid, I never wanted to be famous; I wanted to be good.
I’m such a kid at heart.
I have lexical-gustatory synesthesia. I can taste, and always have tasted, words. I remember when I was a kid and learning to read I mentioned to my mom that certain words I was learning tasted certain ways, thinking everyone was like that, and didn’t understand why she didn’t get what I was saying.
When I was a kid, man, my dad used to buy me the Ted Williams glove at Sears with the Ted Williams shoes with the eight stripes on ’em. I used to play Little League, and I was Ted Williams-ed out.
I grew up with this crazy upbringing of living many places and always being the new kid in town, not like a service brat where you’re always going to school with other new kids in town. I was constantly arriving in small towns and going to school with kids who’d been together since they were in kindergarten.
I’ve always loved airplanes and flight. The space program was really important to me as a kid. I still have a photo of Armstrong and Aldrin on the moon in my living room.
Being on a book tour is like being on the seesaw when you’re a little kid. The excitement is in having someone to play with, and in rising up in the air, but then you’re at the mercy of those holding you down, and if it’s your older brother, or Paul Wolfowitz, they leap up, so that you crash down and get hurt.
We were poor. My mother got our clothes out of the free box at the church, you know? So much of when you’re a kid is about relating about what you watch on TV. And who’s got these cooler shoes, and ‘Let’s trade lunches.’ And I was just like, ‘I don’t have a television. I have a rock and a piece of tofu.’
Any kid who grew up with an alcoholic parent will tell you how nauseating it feels never to know what it will be like when you come home.
When you’re a kid, you have these big ideas and these big dreams to make a change, or maybe you feel like you can’t make a difference.
When I was a kid, Disney was one of my gods. I just loved movies like ‘Snow White‘ and ‘Pinocchio.’
I had to put my kid before my career and all the money I was making. I decided to do the right thing. I was dying inside. If I didn’t have my daughter, I would be dead right now, for sure.
I’m seeing the world partially through the eyes of a kid. Not all the time. There’s no black and white to it. But sometimes I’m seeing it like I’m 4.
You know, I’m a big comic book fan. As a kid I used to collect them until there was a horrible mudslide in Hollywood and I lost my collection, but I was also at an early age the voice of ‘Jonny Quest;’ it was a cartoon; so I am kind of a latent fan boy.
I never had a desire to be famous… I was fat. I didn’t know any fat famous actresses… You know, once a fat kid, always a fat kid. Because you always think that you just look a little bit wrong or a little bit different from everyone else. And I still sort of have that.
You don’t enter politics when you come to parliament. I was getting politics for breakfast, dinner and tea when I was a little kid.
When the TV version of Annie came on, I was drawn to it. It was the struggle of this poor kid in this environment and how her life changed. It immediately resonated.
I think being Jewish has been covered really well but almost nothing about being fundamentalist Protestant. For years, I’ve had a movie in my mind called ‘Total Immersion’ that looks to my life as a kid where you’re immersed in this different worldview from almost everybody around you.
You just remember back when you were watching as a kid and going, ‘Man, Sting’s so cool,’ and now I’m wrestling the guy. It’s breathtaking.
I’m not a kid anymore. And I’m excited for all the amazing things to come.
One night in 1974, I made the comment, ‘Here I am, this fat kid, the son of a plumber. I don’t look like a body builder; fist fight in a parking lot, it doesn’t matter. I’m getting ready to sell out this building. I’m going to sell out Madison Square Garden one day. This is the American Dream. I’m living it.’
I always doodled as a kid while I was talking on the phone or watching TV.
If I make a change to a young kid to play any sport, not only tennis, instead of spending time in front of the TV or computer, that is good. I want to give them a good example: ‘Hey, go out and play and see the world.’
Out of 3,500 students in my high school, I was the only openly professing Christian kid. Obviously there were challenges. ‘Only old and stupid people believe.’
As a kid, my favorite adventures were to skip school and go into the sewage drains and talk to the turtles and open up packs of Topps Stadium Club baseball cards.
‘Mayabazar’ was the film I immensely loved as a kid. Only when I became a filmmaker about 20 years later did I realise its technical marvel and what a great epic it was. I and my visual effects supervisor, while making ‘Yamadonga,’ took two days to understand the magnification shot of Ghatothkatcha’s persona.
That professionalism comes from what I’ve watched people do on the set. I’m just trying to be as respectful to the environment, as they have been. I think I still act like a kid. I just try to be as professional as I can.
I’ve been doing musical theater since I was a kid. And look for a CD from me in the future. I want to write all the songs!
I always try to be myself. Ever since I was an introverted kid, I’d get on stage and be able to break out of my shell.
I’m a fun-loving guy. I enjoy my life. I have a big kid inside me.
I’m a rock and roll kid, but to me, rock and roll isn’t just four idiots banging their instruments really loud.
Sometimes I was in school plays, but only when the kid they’d originally picked got sick and they asked me to substitute.
Bambi, to a kid, was scary.
What starts the process, really, are laughs and slights and snubs when you are a kid. If your anger is deep enough and strong enough, you learn that you can change those attitudes by excellence, personal gut performance.
My greatest memories as a kid were playing sports with my dad and watching sports with my dad.
I grew up, a kid in New Jersey.
The movie is actually from a book by Stephen King called The Body. When they were gonna put it to a motion picture, they found the story was a bit too strong for the title The Body, based on a young kid’s movie. It would be too heavy.
People ask all the time, ‘What would you be doing if you weren’t Kid Rock?’ It’s simple: I’d be broke Kid Rock.
Today, I give my daughter what I really didn’t have as a kid: all the silly, dumb, extravagant, frilly, nonfunctional toys I can force on her. She probably wants an encyclopedia.
When I was in first grade, everyone made fun of my name, of course. I think it’s kind of a big name to hold up when you’re nine years old. It seemed goofy. I used to tell people I wanted to change the world and they used to think, ‘This kid’s really weird’.
For me, music was the only reason I went to school. I was kind of a street kid, in a lot of trouble committing crimes and stuff. Music gave me something to focus on.
As a kid, I watched every Madonna documentary and tour. I was obsessed with her – and with any pop star of the ’80s.
Every kid goes through puberty, wondering what to do about girls and struggling with homework, and every adult has been through that.
‘E.T.’ was far-fetched. ‘E.T.’ was this wimpy-looking kid that came to Earth to pick some plants, but he came from the Andromeda Galaxy to do that.
I’ve watched ‘Doctor Who‘ since I was a kid. I loved it, and I still love it. I can geek out about it, like when I go to set and see the TARDIS.
As a kid, I was always into art at the same time as computers, and eventually I realised I was making more interesting stuff with my keyboard than with my hands. I really enjoyed modifying computer games more than playing them, so that got me into programming.
I remember Jerry Lewis said once that when small, he was the nutty kid in his neighborhood and I was the same way.
I’m still a, you know, a silly girl… a big kid.
I wouldn’t say I was the best kid but I always had a good heart.
I’m a preacher’s kid, and we were always told, Act right all the time, because someone’s always watching.
There were times when we couldn’t even go to the movies, when I was a kid, because there wasn’t enough money.
I just love cars; I’ve been like that since I was a kid. It’s an infatuation because we grew up poor. Cars was something we were always trying to get.
I’ve had to calm down, I have a kid! It is amazing. It’s the best thing ever. Nothing better than it.
‘LIFE Magazine’ decided to do a story about a young actress in Hollywood in 1954. And I made the cover. And I remember that the fellow who was doing the story on me said, ‘Listen, kid, I just want you to know, if Eisenhower gets a cold, you’re off the cover.’
I was a rotten kid. My excitement came from seeing what I could get away with.
The thing which attracted me to Google and to the Internet in general is that it’s a great equalizer. I’ve always been struck by the fact that Google search worked the same, as long as you had access to a computer with connectivity, if you’re a rural kid anywhere or a professor at Stanford or Harvard.
It’s been a dream of mine to run my own summer camp. I went to one as a kid, and I put on productions, and got lots of confidence.
We would not have rock and roll without Chuck Berry, and when I first heard Chuck Berry, I fell in love with that music, and when I saw him, I changed my whole career trajectory that I was on as a kid.
I always thought I was a little shy, especially compared to my brother and my sister, but I guess I was always the kid doing performances in the front room.
Growing up, my mother and grandparents often talked about our family’s Native American heritage. As a kid, I never thought to ask them for documentation – what kid would?
I was very creative when I was a kid. Doing so much stuff, I think that creates a different coordination.
When I was a kid, there was no collaboration; it’s you with a camera bossing your friends around. But as an adult, filmmaking is all about appreciating the talents of the people you surround yourself with and knowing you could never have made any of these films by yourself.
We lived in the bowels of New York City. It was a struggle just to survive. This nice suburban kid hadn’t had to do much of that before.
Every kid coming out of Harvard, every kid coming out of school now thinks he can be the next Mark Zuckerberg, and with these new technologies like cloud computing, he actually has a shot.
Ever since I was a little kid, that intrigued me. The game within the game was the biggest thing. A lot of people don’t see the little things we do within a game.
I was always the new kid in school, I’m the kid from a broken family, I’m the kid who had no dad showing up at the father-son stuff, I’m the kid that was using food stamps at the grocery store.
My parents have done a tremendous job, over the course of my career. They try to make every game and I think my rookie year, my mom made every game… They’ve been really consistent and it’s all you can ask for as a kid.
I had a ’69 Road Runner when I was a kid. I had it for 13 days, came home one day, and my parents were in the driveway. They said, ‘Meet the new owner,’ because they’d gotten phone calls about me burning rubber for the last 12 days. They thought I’d wrap it around a tree, and it was too much car for a 16 year old.
I love when I go to conventions, and often it’ll be the younger kids who will refer to us by our character names – how can you not find that absolutely charming? I remember when I used to go to conventions when I was a kid when I would stand in long lines to get people’s autograph.
Tactically, technically, physically, mentally he was the best. A lot of things that I learnt was from Pele’s sticker albums: how to head, how to shoot the ball. It was like a step-by-step guide. I learnt from Pele as a kid.
When I was a kid, I used to think, ‘Man, if I could ever afford all the ice cream I want to eat, that’s as rich as I ever want to be.’
I believe that the key to building a strong economy in Wisconsin starts with education. Every single kid in our state deserves access to a good public education, no matter their zip code.
I was a kid living in New Jersey, who – I’d wanted to make movies since I was a little kid, so that came before music for me. But I started playing drums just as a hobby, and I wasn’t even really into jazz that much.
Do you ever see a right-wing kid violently jumping lefty speakers? On campus, you either have silent appeasement or a bruise.
My brother never got an opportunity to throw a pitch, and I didn’t want the same thing to happen to another young kid.
He was so confident. But underneath that, behind the scenes, I knew Michael Jordan was a country kid from North Carolina, and it was that simple to him. He was a young man, at heart, who wanted to be one of the guys who loved to play and was willing to do whatever was necessary.
I was working on the farm to get in shape, about a mile away from my parents. You know, I did everything as a kid to stay in shape – jogging, work on the farm, driving the tractor. I’ll never forget.
When I was a kid, I honestly never thought about race. I didn’t see differences.
Even as a kid, I saw the world in my own way and thought most things that were different were beautiful and magical. Even things that other people thought were horrifying and disgusting and weird.
Every celebrity in the world, if their movie bombs or whatever, they hold their kid up on a magazine and say, ‘I’m really a dad.’
I started acting as an amateur when I was a kid, but I wanted to become a diplomat. It was self-centered and weird, but I had this idea of going out in the world and solving conflicts and making the world a better place. But I kept on acting, and eventually, I just dropped out of school and continued acting.
As a kid, there are some things you looked forward to. You looked forward to Charlie Brown during Halloween and you looked forward to Monday Night Football.
When I was a kid, I had two nightmares: one was nuclear war, and the other was that my parents would get a divorce; and when I was twenty, they split up, and I just felt like I needed to confront all those things that scared me as a kid – entering young adulthood and trying to have relationships.
As a kid who grew up chubby, I just marveled at the fact that I could be thin.
You know, when I was a kid waiting on the bus, I remember that was when I imagined my life. I imagined everything that I was gonna be when I grew up and I imagined all of these amazing journeys and amazing people I’d meet. Of course, all of it has kind of come to fruition.
When I was a kid, the miracles of my life were the Resurrection, a candlelight service on New Year‘s Eve, the Virgin Birth, and the Three Wise Men.
From the time I was a kid, I was crazy about anything having to do with the West. I’d look at all of these photos of Montana, and they all seemed so magical and majestic. I just wanted to go west, and I finally did it when I was barely 21. I went off to volunteer at a Navajo reservation in New Mexico.
As a kid growing up in California, I collected autographs.
I’m unbelievably ticklish. When I was a little kid, my sisters would hold me down and tickle me until I peed my pants.
I’ve always had a complicated relationship with sleep. Even as a little kid, I never wanted to go to bed – it always seemed unfair in some way.
I was just that kid in the family that you put on the table and watch it dance around, and you’re like, ‘Oh, look at that hyper kid!’
I’ve discovered as I’ve grown up that life is far more complicated than you think it is when you’re a kid. It isn’t just a straightforward fairytale.
My mother got me into music when I was a little kid. She used to play music, blast it, when she was cleaning the house, while I was crawling around. I just love loud music.
Only once in a thousand years or so do we get to hear a Mozart or see a Picasso or read a Shakespeare. Ali was one of them, and yet at his heart, he was still a kid from Louisville who ran with the gods and walked with the crippled and smiled at the foolishness of it all.
When I was a kid, I was really into ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ and ‘Friday the 13th.’ But as I got older and started working as an actor, I did not really get scared by horror movies as much, so I am not as into them anymore.
I think the hardest thing about making music now is being a great dad at the same time. There’s an insanity that goes with writing – a mad scientist thing that you have to go through – and sacrificing a kid’s upbringing to do that is not an option.
I was never a troublemaker, but I also was never a nerdy kid. I was never a cool kid or a sports kid. At lunchtimes, I never fit in with any cliques, so I’d end up just walking around the school by myself, listening to music.
My parents were brutal to each other, so I slept in the basement by an old coal-fired furnace. I became a street kid. Occasionally, I’d live with aunts or uncles, then I’d run away to live in the woods, trapping and hunting game to survive. The wilderness pulled at me; still does.
I’m still a kid in his bedroom, writing songs and playing them.
The stereotypical gay man is someone whose company I enjoy, someone who makes me laugh, someone I’d want my kid to be. The stereotypical gay woman makes me insecure, conscious of my failings as a feminist.
I always wanted to be a musician from when I was kid. It was always a massive dream of mine. School was also really really important to me and having an education was top of my priority. So I really wanted to have a degree before I tried anything in the music industry.
I change my socks often, because I had bad bouts of athlete‘s foot fungus infections as a kid. I may be able to change socks less frequently and not get the fungus. But, I’d rather not run the test to determine just how infrequently I could change socks. I don’t feel superstitious about it.
I never had any plans to become a producer when I was a kid. I wanted to be a DJ, like most other kids at the time. Then my mum bought me a Casio keyboard and I started to sample sounds that I liked.
Acting has given me a way to channel my angst. I feel like an overweight, pimply faced kid a lot of the time – and finding a way to access that insecurity, and put it toward something creative is incredibly rewarding. I feel very lucky.
I just started as a part of the public school music program. I took lessons at the school every Friday and was a part of the school band. I was just a normal kid taking instrumental lessons at school, nothing special.
I’m just a little kid from Akron.
As a kid I wanted to run away from home every time I got a scolding for being naughty but I never did. Knowing now what happens to unprotected kids on the streets I’m glad I didn’t.
I never said that I wanted to be an actor when I was a kid. I didn’t know. I thought I was going to be a singer and musician. That’s what I had been doing, for a huge part of my life.
If you aren’t playing well, the game isn’t as much fun. When that happens I tell myself just to go out and play as I did when I was a kid.
As a kid, I wore a lot of my older brothers‘ hand-me-downs.
In my own mind, I was sort of a desperate kid.
One of the reasons you take a role is because it’s something you always wanted to do, from going to the movies as a kid. I always wanted to do a 1950s movie, for example. And I got a chance to be in ‘Peggy Sue Got Married.’ I would have taken only one line of dialogue to be in that.
When I was a kid, I had a period in my life when I was eight or nine when I was so scared of dying that I wouldn’t go out of our house for a whole year. I refused to step out of the door because I thought something would happen. I had all these compulsive thoughts or whatever, and my head was really messed up.
When I was a kid growing up, you maybe secretly wanted to be an actor, but you never said.
I was skint, and I had to move back to my mum and dad‘s house, back into the room I shared with my brother when I was a kid. I kept getting people on the streets telling me that they loved me; it didn’t mean anything to me because I was still borrowing tenners off my pensioner father to go and get some chicken.
I read so many books when I was a kid that I didn’t even know were shaping me up.
I putt like I did when I was a kid. When you’re a kid, you’re not scared of anything.
As a kid I had all kinds of questions about how I fit it with my neighborhood and friends and other Latinos.
My kid was a great baseball player. I thought I had it made. Front-row seats at Yankee Stadium. Then he turned sixteen and wanted to be a rapper.
I’m just a kid from Bronx who got lucky.
As a kid, I was into music, played guitar in a band. Then I started acting in plays in junior high school and just got lost in the puzzle of acting, the magic of it. I think it was an escape for me.
But as a kid, I loved ‘Monty Python.’ My Dad was a devout watcher. We used to watch it when we ate dinner!
I read a book a day when I was a kid. My family was not literary; we did not have any books in the house.
I’m just going to try and be a good dad and not spoil the kid: give him love and encouragement but also discipline. Me and my woman, we don’t want him to feel too entitled.
I was a pretty straight kid when I was 15 – there was no drunk or drugs.
One of the most memorable and frightening things when I was four or five was Kate Bush doing ‘Wuthering Heights.’ She did it outside, in a forest, and she did this thing where she looked straight into the camera, and it’s the most frightening thing for a kid to see, but it just stuck in my head.
I feel like touchscreen technology blows my mind still. It just makes me think of all of the sci-fi films I enjoyed as a kid.
I remember learning as a kid that love meant loneliness and confusion.
I was a sad kid.
I am very fortunate I can send my kids to private school, but everybody does not have the money. If you cannot get your kid in a good school today, your kids are going to be behind the eight ball.
I have always believed in magic. I used to run into the woods as a little kid looking for witches. But I’m not superstitious, because I m not afraid of it. I see it as something really beautiful, and I wouldn’t want to live in a world without magic.
I’ve always been into fashion since I was a kid. I love fashion. I appreciate it.
I live for football, and my real passion is just to go out there and express myself and show everybody what I’m capable of doing. It’s what I’ve always known since I was a kid.
I watched westerns when I was a kid, like everybody else, but I wasn’t a total nerd or geek about it. I kind of fell in love with westerns heavily when I started watching Sergio Leone’s westerns.
Running for office was definitely something I’ve thought about. When I was younger, I wanted to major in political science. And I’ve been engaged in current events since I was a kid. If I can make a difference and feel passionately and capable, then I would. Why not?
I used to have all the Goosebumps books as a kid too.
Life loves to be taken by the lapel and told: ‘I’m with you kid. Let’s go.’
As a kid, you obviously dream of being a professional footballer. I would watch players like Ronaldo of Brazil and pretend to be him in the playground. But I don’t think about trying to become one of the best in the world or anything like that. I just play football.
My coach from the time I was a kid was a specialist of hard courts. He teach me a different forehand than the rest of Argentinian players. That’s why I am able to work better on hard courts.
Since I was a kid, I was listening to hip-hop.
It was always a dream for me as a kid to become the No 1 DJ in the world.
I’m so nervous. I’ve always been nervous, ever since I was a kid.
I was a very self-righteous 15-25 year old. Anyway, I wake up every morning and thank God I’m not a kid anymore.
When I was a kid, the only way I saw movies was from the back seat of my family’s car at the drive-in.
I was a comedy fan when I was a little kid.
I’m still very much a kid inside myself.
You see, when I was young, I loved playing football. But where I grew up in southern Nigeria, it was kind of like a ghetto. It was a tough place to be a kid. You had to work very hard to make a living there, and my family did not have the extra funds to buy a real ball.
Look, everything that you experience as a kid is the foundation of how you are today. I was brought up in a working class family in Leeds and when it comes to money both my parents worked hard and instilled the same attitude into me.
My kid was a great baseball player. I thought I had it made. Front-row seats at Yankee Stadium. Then he turned sixteen and wanted to be a rapper.
I follow politics in a big way, and always have since I was a kid. I’ve got opinions, but they’re opinions on both sides – not just anti-Republican, which is a real popular thing for a rap artist to do. If you dis Republicans, nobody will get mad. I think the two-party system sucks. It’s absolutely ignorant.
I remember as a kid having a balloon and accidentally letting the string go and watching it just float off and into the sky until it disappeared. And there’s something about that, even, that feels very much like what life is, you know, that it’s fleeting, and it’s temporal.
I was an athlete growing up. I was a wrestler, I played football, so I can take a fall. I actually wanted to be a stuntman when I was kid, so I would practice falling down the stairs. It’s just something I like to do.
Singing actually came first. As a kid, I grew up singing in church and around the house.
I was a wild, mischievous kid, and I had tremendous imagination. Any experience I had, I’d try to reenact it.
I like to help kids, work with kids in detention homes. Don’t tell a kid what’s right and wrong. He knows what’s right and wrong. Find out what his attitude and his aptitude are; try to help him where he wants to go.
I was always taught, even as a kid, playing against grown men, you get better.
As we get older, we tend to become more risk averse because we tend to find reasons why things won’t work. When you are a kid, you think everything is possible, and I think with creativity it is so important to keep that naivety.
I guess the best advice I ever got or anyone could get for doing a talk show, though it has not been easy very often, was from Jack Paar, who said, ‘Kid, don’t make it an interview. Interviews have clipboards, and you’re like David Frost. Make it a conversation.’
Confidence, as a teenager? Because I knew what I loved. I loved to read; I loved to listen to music; and I loved cats. Those three things. So, even though I was an only kid, I could be happy because I knew what I loved.
I was always active as a kid. I was a professional figure skater for many years and I was a dancer, so it’s just been part of my life, and I think that creates a certain body type.
When I was a little kid we moved to Tulsa, then to St. Louis and, by the time I was in kindergarten, we lived in Springfield, Missouri. There I basically grew up.
Rehab is amazing. It reminds me of football camp. Kind of like the Washington Redskins camp I went to as a kid.
I’m like a kid: I love dessert.
I was a nothing kid. Not particularly good. Not particularly bad.
There’s a bit of the kid in me.
As a kid, I’d watch MTV and think how great it would be to have my own music videos on those shows. Now I turn on MTV and, along the bottom of the screen, it often reads, ‘Coming next… Pixie Lott.’ That’s so strange that I can’t even begin to make sense of it.
At 15, I was playing with the C team at Reims and I wanted to leave. It’s a difficult age for a kid – I wanted to go out with my mates, party… girls… that happens to everyone. Luckily, my mum told me: ‘You don’t know what you want, it’s football – it’s your dream and it could be a great job.’ She was right.
I didn’t go to the cinemas a lot as a kid.
I think I related more literally to the early ‘Spider-Man’ comics from Steve Ditko because it could be upfront and direct about the problems of being a kid. He captured being a teenager so beautifully.
No, I wasn’t a bad kid. I was always intelligent, and strong-minded, and outgoing, like I am now.
When I was a kid, people who got divorced were people who had no gumption.
I always was a weird child. My mother told me the story that, in kindergarten, I would come home and tell her about this weird kid in my class who drew only with black crayons and didn’t speak to other kids. I talked about it so much that my mother brought it up with the teacher, who said, ‘What? That’s your son.’
If I can help a kid feel more comfortable in their skin because they’re struggling with maybe the things I struggled with in high school, that’s great.
When I was a kid, monsters made me feel that I could fit somewhere, even if it was… an imaginary place where the grotesque and the abnormal were celebrated and accepted.
The only way a kid is going to practice is if it’s total fun for him… and it was for me.
If I’m about to forget my kid’s birthday, I want the phone to scream at me until I do something about it.
I’m not one that believes that affirmative action should be based on one’s skin color or one’s gender, I think it should be done based on one’s need, because I think if you are from a poor white community, I think that poor white kid needs a scholarship just as badly as a poor black kid.
Any teammate of mine that had a kid and a boy that was capable of playing baseball, I think I set a terrific example of ‘Don’t do this’ and ‘Don’t do that.’ And that’s one of the things that I’m most proud of.
I didn’t learn about depression or anxiety at school. So when I had to go to my parents to say ‘I need help, I need to go to therapy,’ I felt like this weird, messed up kid. And I wasn’t, but I felt that way.
So many people treat you like you’re a kid so you might as well act like one and throw your television out of the hotel window.
When I was a kid, I worked as a clerk at my parent’s motel. From when I was eight or nine, I rented rooms, helped with laundry, folding tons of towels. And then I also worked at my dad’s gas station more as a young adult and as an adult.
Me and my sister made up a game called ‘Milky Cow’. We were on holiday in France when I was 12, and there was a kid who had bovine features, and every time we went past her, we’d say, ‘There’s Milky Cow’.
My mom told us never to reveal that we were Shia in school. You would find out that some other kid was Shiite, and you would whisper, ‘Hey,’ or you would see someone at the mosque, and you’d be like, ‘Hey, that kid’s Shiite!’ There was a lot of tension, a lot of violence in Karachi between Shiites and Sunnis.
When I was a little kid we had a sand box. It was a quicksand box. I was an only child… eventually.
When I was a kid growing up, I used to watch ‘DuckTales.’
I’ve never been that cute kid that was forgiven for being naughty.
At the end of the day, I think that I’m making music for me as that 12-year-old kid in front of my boombox every day. I try to think about, if I’m that little kid, what would he like?
I remember when I was 33 or 34, it was devastating because I realized I wasn’t a kid anymore. The great thing about 40 was that I really felt like I had life experience and knew what I was doing now.
Overall, I think any opportunity to expose people to art on a mass level – to have some kid in Oklahoma say to his mother, ‘I want to be an artist’ – is a good thing.
I have been a Chelsea fan ever since I was a kid and I felt well there right until the last day.
When you grow up Jewish, you are exposed at a very young age to the phenomenon of anti-Semitism and its extreme manifestation in the Holocaust. I spent a lot of time as a little kid wondering how something like that could happen.
I watched so many movies when I was a kid, and I’d watch them over and over.
Nobody had a credit card when I was a kid. No one had credit card debt. But these big companies and banks wanted to know how to get more money out of people – get them charging things.
I used to play drums when I was a kid, play the trombone.
You initially become funny as a kid because you’re looking for attention and love. Psychologists think that’s all to do with mother abandonment. I think John Cleese has his depressions, and Terry Gilliam’s the same. All of us together make one completely insane person.
Even when I was a kid, I always sort of identified myself with Keith Richards and Slash more than the singers of the bands.
For the majority of the time, I may as well have been just a really tan white kid. You know, I may as well have just been, like, a fat kid.
I grew up playing on unprepared surfaces where your wicket depended on quickly adapting to the bounce. As a kid, I could never differentiate off-spin from leg-spin. All I looked to do was to try to hit the ball before it pitched.
I did grow up in Kenosha, Wisconsin, around a lot of my mom’s family. I had a lot of cousins and aunts and uncles around me, and my sisters and my brother. Probably the most formative part of it was that we grew up on the edge of a forest. It wasn’t a big forest, but it was enough. When you’re a kid, it feels gigantic.
I wasn’t shy, but I was really hyper. Nobody got my sense of humor. I was a black skater kid.
I was a weird-looking chubby, half-Asian kid who didn’t have the pop star look.
Don’t kid yourself that you’re going to live again after you’re dead; you’re not. Make the most of the one life you’ve got. Live it to the full.
When I was a kid, I never thought about anything. Never had to think about where I was going to school or what I was going to do. I just lived minute to minute.
I felt like the luckiest kid in the world. And I was. I was growing up middle-class in a time when growing up middle-class in America meant there would be jobs for my parents, good schools for me to prepare myself for a career, and, if I worked hard and played by the rules, a chance for me to do anything I wanted.
I’ve always had an entourage. Even when I was a little kid, I had a lot of little children following around me.
I was a very defensive kid ’cause I was really sensitive underneath and didn’t want people to know. So I came off as very tough and very angry.
I did ‘Pines,’ and everybody wanted me to be the bad boy. Then I did Tony in ‘Brooklyn,’ and everybody wanted me to be the sweet kid. So I just want to keep everybody on their toes. Basically, that was the thought process.
I remember being a kid and the Vietnam War was huge and looking at Watergate.
People tell you everything changes when you have a kid, but what nobody says is you don’t mind.
I was a good kid. My parents laid rules out for me, and I followed them.
I feel like a little kid who just walked into a candy store. I think that’s something to smile about.
I was a pretty insecure kid, didn’t have a lot of friends, and was picked on a lot, and music gave me confidence.
A kid in Minecraft can build a world and inhabit it through play. We have the possibility to build the world that we want to inhabit.
If you want someone to say, ‘She’s so sweet, and she’s so cute, and, honey, point your foot,’ that’s not my school. You can go to the YMCA and have a nobody teach your kid if that’s what you want to hear.
Bullying is something every kid in public, parochial, or private school has witnessed by graduation. While unfortunate, it is part of growing up.
Every little kid that steps on the court or the field has aspirations to go pro. I think being a pro basketball player is the best job. The thing I had to realize was that I can’t do every dream that I have.
I was a fan of DMC but I was captivated by Run’s style, I wanted to be the man. As a kid, when somebody got that kinda influence over a child… you know how strong that can be.
So, I remember when I was a kid, I was waiting for my mom to come home when she was working late, and, you know, I was like, ‘Oh my God, what happened to her? Is she OK? Did something happen to her getting in the car?’ I was a little kid. But those are actually early onsets of anxiety.
Any kid who has two parents who are interested in him and has a houseful of books isn’t poor.
Any kid will run any errand for you, if you ask at bedtime.
I come from a family of storytellers. Growing up, my father would make up these stories about how he and my mother met and fell in love, and my mother would tell me these elaborately visual stories of growing up as a kid in New York, and I was always so enrapt.
I used to be the shy kid who would barely raise her hand or speak her mind.
I go through life like a Karate Kid.
I think how Chicago plays a role in my life – it had such a role in my youth and the decisions that I made as a kid and formulated who I am as an artist early on.
‘A Child Called It’ was a story about resilience, it was never about boo hoo hoo, it was about a kid that didn’t quit.
I think I’m probably a monster-of-the-week guy, and that comes back down to my old favorite show, which as a kid was always ‘Scooby-Doo.’
As a kid at the World’s Fair in 1965, I missed seeing the big global population clock roll over from 2,999,999,999 to 3 billion – I was really disappointed.
I had a pretty sexual imagination for a kid.
Always remember your kid’s name. Always remember where you put your kid. Don’t let your kid drive until their feet can reach the pedals. Use the right size diapers… for yourself. And, when in doubt, make funny faces.
If commercialization is putting my art on a shirt so that a kid who can’t afford a $30,000 painting can buy one, then I’m all for it.
I did movie star impressions as a kid in high school. Somehow they just got out of hand.
My dad was an immigrant kid and a Democrat and a Jew, and we didn’t know any Republicans in our group. So I grew up Democratic. My dad was a labor lawyer – a very hardworking guy, a one-horse labor lawyer – and then I went to hippie college and lived in the bubble.
From the time I was a kid, I always knew something was going to happen to me. Didn’t know exactly what.
I grew up a Washington Redskins fan, right? I’ve always wanted to play for the team as a kid. I always had dreams and aspirations to play for that team. So, for them to change the name, it really hurt. It hurt deep down inside.
When I was an orphan, I was the richest kid at the orphanage because everyone else was complaining about not having anything. But when I discovered that you could get two cents for a Coca-Cola bottle, I would follow people around who were drinking it and ask them if they were almost through with it.
My dream since I was a kid was to show in a gallery.
I couldn’t have accomplished the things in my career if I didn’t practice, and the worst part about that whole thing is when a kid comes up to me and says ‘Allen, I don’t like practice, either.’ I’ve got to straighten that kid right then.
When I was a kid, I used to sneak down the stairs when my folks were listening to ‘The Witch’s Tale’ and ‘Inner Sanctum’ on the radio. I went to see ‘Frankenstein‘ in the movie theater and got the pants scared off of me.
I was a smart kid. I went to private school in middle school and got kicked out.
Even as a kid, classmates asked pointed personal questions about my family. I have conditioned myself to handle it with maturity.
I was always an introvert as a kid. Then, when I first kind of came out as a human being, I used to be one of those guys who’d go nuts on the dance floor, and people would gather around.
I want to be a superhero dad to where my kid feel like everything I do is nothing wrong.
I was the fat kid, so as a defense mechanism, I was the jokester.
The human life is all one thing, like a blade tracing loops on the ice: a little kid, a twenty-three-year-old infantry sergeant, a middle-aged writer knowing guilt and sorrow.
The most fascinating thing for me is that ‘Peter Pan’ is a fairy tale, but now, this Filipino kid is a part of the folklore. Can you imagine telling the story of ‘Sleeping Beauty‘ or ‘Cinderella,’ and all of a sudden there’s a Filipino kid in there after all these years?
If I walked into the kitchen without washing my hands as a kid, I’d hear a loud ‘A-hem!’ from my mother or grandmother. Now I count on other people to do the same.
The quality of Neymar, indisputably we have to say he is the best Brazilian player. If the kid is OK, I’ll tell you, it’s almost impossible to stop him.
If my kid couldn’t draw I’d make sure that my kitchen magnets didn’t work.
I have very simple tastes. An ex-girlfriend used to tell me I have the palate of a kid because there are only five or six foods that I love. And if you rotate them on a regular basis, that’s all I need to eat – like arugula, spinach, and grilled chicken.
Anime is something I loved to watch as a kid.
I’ve always been a geek and slightly awkward… slightly umm… I was never the cool kid at school.
I’m hoping someday that some kid, black or white, will hit more home runs than myself. Whoever it is, I’d be pulling for him.
I was a smart kid, but I hated school.
I had paralyzing fear as a kid. I couldn’t watch horror movies, nothing. The funny thing is I got so sick of being afraid that I started doing it deliberately and instead of being afraid in my bed I would sit up on my bed and say, ‘ok, come on, show yourself, do it.’
Everyone looks me and says, ‘I’m not going to let that Asian kid embarrass me. I’m going to go at him.’ That’s how it’s been my whole life.
My father was Abe Burrows, who was a Broadway legend. ‘Guys and Dolls,’ ‘How to Succeed,’ ‘Cactus Flower,’ ’40 Karats,’ ‘Can-Can,’ ‘Happy Hunting,’ ‘Reclining Figure,’ it goes on. He was a legend, and when I was growing up, I was Abe Burrows’ kid. That was my self-esteem.
I was not the popular kid in school.
I’ve always had a longstanding dream, ever since I was a kid, where I was running on a big lake of ice and I kept running and kept running, just about to where I was trying to get to, and I fell through the ice, and then I couldn’t find the hole where I fell through to get back out again.
As a kid, I was overly studious, overly serious, very academically driven. It was important to me on a cellular level to do well. And then I went to college at Harvard, and I relaxed a little bit.
I never met a kid I liked.
I don’t think I’ve changed since I was a little kid.
But ever since I was a kid, I was always the winner.
When I was a kid, this was always my dream: to live in New York.
This generation is so dead. You ask a kid, ‘What are you doing this Saturday?’ and they’ll be playing video games or watching cable, instead of building model cars or airplanes or doing something creative. Kids today never say, ‘Man, I’m really into remote-controlled steamboats.’
Never in a million years did I think some kid from Amsterdam would be in a position not only would he be in the Money in the Bank and a fan favorite, but be informed and led by people like Paul Heyman.
I played team sport as a kid and loved it. I played basketball and football throughout high school into college in the intramurals and I loved it. There was nothing like a team.
So many people try to grow up too fast, and it’s not fun! You should stay a kid as long as possible!
When I was a kid, I collected cactuses. I had hundreds of different kinds in my room. I was a weird child. Everyone was playing football, and I was collecting cactuses. I spent all my money on them. I had so many colors and shapes. I even gave them names.
I was a little bit of a cocky kid.
You want the players in the locker room to know you as that kid that fights ’til the end, has that never-say-die attitude.
You put a very talented kid in a structured environment, where they get to understand and believe how talented they are, and you’ll see some great results.
When I was kid, I remember playing ‘Vogue‘ by Madonna over and over and over again. And ah, you know, something about the beat was really cool, and Madonna, visually, was on TV all the time and I thought she was just so beautiful.
There’s no harm in me. Really, I’m just a big kid.
As a kid I watched television 24 hours a day and loved every minute of it. The two shows that always make me laugh and are therefore my favourites are The Dick Van Dyke Show and Fawlty Towers.
When I was maybe 5 or 6 years old, the neighborhood girls would sit on the stoop and sing. I was known as the kid who had a good voice and no father.
As a kid, you’re like, ‘Do they have Preakness everywhere or just in Maryland?’ You hear people talking about it, and it was like, ‘Oh, everyone goes there to hang out and party.’ I didn’t even know it was a race until I got older.
You’ve got to be vulnerable when you’re talking to kids. There’s nothing worse than some adult standing up there just talking down to some kid. You can’t work that way.
My first memory of the Garden, it’s probably like any other kid in New York: it’s either watching the Knicks win the championship or Muhammed Ali against Joe Frazier.
All I want, and I think all any parent with a semblance of a moral psychology wants, is for my kid to have his own experience, uninhibited.
I got into guitar because no parent will buy their eight-year-old kid drums unless they’re divorced and trying to get back at their wife. You know what I mean?
I was a pretty fit and physical kid, and my first interest was in martial arts and kung fu with all the Bruce Lee movies.
I used to go to Bourbon Street when I was a kid and there would be club after club after club of people who were around when the music started. I mean these are legendary, maybe not so well known, but legendary musicians.
I would find myself being inspired by things that I’ve heard as a kid: Nigerian music or African music, some French music or some Jamaican music. When it’s time for music to be made, it’s almost like my ancestors just come into me and then it’s them.
I was the original socially depraved shy ghetto kid.
I look at Messi, and he makes me laugh. A beautiful footballer who is still like a kid. A world superstar, but still a kid. Innocent, you know. He just plays.
In some ways, I’m still a kid from Missouri and Oklahoma, and I’m trying to find my way.
I really had a lot of dreams when I was a kid, and I think a great deal of that grew out of the fact that I had a chance to read a lot.
This may sound strange but I had dreams as a kid of doing exactly what I ended up doing in my life.
My mom is actually a former prima ballerina, and all the women in my family are associated either with dance or choreography or acting, so I’m very lucky in a way because I grew up in a family of artists. I’ve been dancing since I was a little kid.
As a five-year-old kid, I used to sit in front of the TV – I never missed ‘Dukes of Hazzard,’ not once. It was me and my dad’s show.
I was a pretty delinquent little kid. My folks and I didn’t get along, so I basically moved out… put myself through high school and then college by working. I’m only a half-year short of a degree in history.
I was just a goofy little funny kid, who was always getting sent to the principal. It wasn’t serious because I was smart. I wasn’t like a true troublemaker, just rambunctious – like, talkative and trying to be funny. That was me in middle-school.
The death of my kid made me a stronger person. There’s no end to what I’m willing to do.
I wasn’t a bad kid. I was a good kid. But I had gotten in a lot of fights ’cause in the neighborhood I grew up in, that wasn’t equated with bad behavior almost. I mean, we’d fought like it was another game. ‘You wanna play stick ball today?’ ‘Nah, let’s go fight.’
I was the kind of kid that had some talents or ability, but it never came out in school.
When you’re around kids you can be a little kid yourself and pretend that life is magic and you don’t have to be one of those sweaty people going to work every day.
I was a musical theatre kid, which meant you could always find me singing or dancing in the halls with at least four other people.
I do not like broccoli. And I haven‘t liked it since I was a little kid and my mother made me eat it. And I’m President of the United States and I’m not going to eat any more broccoli.
My political views have since I was a kid someway or another reflected the concerns of Tea Party movement.
I went to University of Illinois team camp. And that was a big deal for me. I got MVP of the camp, but they offered another kid from the camp, which was fine. I laughed with the couple coaches I know who were there at the time, who were part of recruiting the other guy.
There’s nothing cooler than going to work and hanging around with your friends and laughing, because it’s something that you get told off for throughout your entire time at school… it’s just like a big ‘in your face’ to those bully teachers that you had when you were a kid.
I played football for a long time when I was a kid, and then I went to art college and turned my back on it. Because of that, my toes are mangled; they’ve been broken. They’re like hooves or talons. They’re disgusting. I’d never get them out.
I was a fat little kid with a speech impediment. I used to get beat up, not just picked on.
I was a musical theater kid in high school.
I work for everything I’ve got. I started off as a very poor kid. I want to get paid.
As the father of three daughters, I can tell you, not every kid is cut out to be a STEM graduate.
I think one of the main reason’s Rick Rosenthal and Whitewater PIctures decided to ‘get in bed with me’ on ‘Fat Kid’ was because I came in with a strong business plan as well as a creative vision on how to make the film.
When I was a student at Mizzou, I was a daycare teacher. I did it because was a latchkey kid.
The weirder you’re going to behave, the more normal you should look. It works in reverse, too. When I see a kid with three or four rings in his nose, I know there is absolutely nothing extraordinary about that person.
There was a show I loved as a kid: ‘The Blue Falcon & Dynomutt.’
As an adolescent, Spider-Man was what got me through tough times in terms of being a skinny kid.
My rap name as a kid was Big Tasty.