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Oh see, first off you gotta realize – everything for me is a reconstruction or deconstruction. I would actually say deconstruction. Mission: Impossible would be the exception. That would be a reconstruction- deconstruction.
When people initially think of the term ‘space archaeologist,’ they think, ‘Oh, it’s someone who uses satellites to look for alien settlements on Mars or in outer space,’ but the opposite is true – we’re actually looking for evidence of past human life on planet earth.
What I think happens today is that a lot of filmmakers look at other films that are retro pieces, like L.A. Confidential, and say, oh, that’s period. We didn’t want to do the stereotypical stuff.
Oh God, I don’t know if I ever really felt beautiful. I don’t, really.
I’m a fixer, unfortunately. I’m like, ‘Oh, I can fix you.’ But it’s not just guys I’m dating anymore. It’s this entire legion of young girls who tell me they need me to maintain any sort of sanity or peace.
Oh yes, my best birthday gift was when my dad gifted me my first car in college. It was a Maruti Swift. I thought that was the coolest thing ever. It was so much fun, as I could completely show it off to my friends that I have my own car now and not my dad’s car.
I was just going at this career – boom, boom, boom! Then all of a sudden, at 38, Oh, my God – I forgot to get married!
Oh yes. I’m an actor, so I just learn my lines, and show up and do it. I gave it a little bit of thought.
I have so much more to go through as a young lady. But oh my God. I feel like I can do anything.
Oh, I don’t have any fans. Personally? I don’t have any.
It was considered oh, not proper for children to go to the movies.
When you are discontent, you always want more, more, more. Your desire can never be satisfied. But when you practice contentment, you can say to yourself, ‘Oh yes – I already have everything that I really need.’
I never think, Oh, I’m so beautiful. To me, feeling happy is more important.
I’m not a sexy person. I’m OK with it. I’ve never been the sexy girl. Whenever I’ve had a boyfriend, he’s always been like, ‘Oh, you’re cute.’
I like the guys who wrote their own stuff and were able to perform it, like Seth Rogen. He popped off so young. When he did ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin,’ and he was a co-producer on the movie, I was like, ‘Oh my God: that’s exactly what I want to do.’
Oh, how great peace and quietness would he possess who should cut off all vain anxiety and place all his confidence in God.
Oh, how I would like a poor Church, and for the poor.
How are we doing in the electronics field as opposed to, you know, we hear how advanced the Japanese are? Do you think we’re still pretty competitive? Oh, yes.
Oh, mercy, I think we’re all storytellers, you know. You think of the excuses you told your parents for why you got home late. I just never gave it up.
If I don’t talk about my religion, if I say I’m not discussing it or different humanitarian things I’m working on, they’re like, ‘He’s avoiding it.’ If I do talk about it, it becomes, ‘Oh, he’s proselytizing.’
Oh yes, much, because music is just something that comes to you. You don’t question it.
Everyone in show business has had the experience of the fan who is so excited at recognizing their favorite star, they say, ‘Oh my gosh, you’re my biggest fan!’
I can’t speak for everybody. But I will say that for me, when I’ve been depressed – and I get depressed. I have irrational bouts of anxiety. I have random FedEx deliveries of despondency. Just like, ‘I didn’t order this. Oh, well, keep the PJs on, cancel everything you’re doing today. It’s time to take a sad shower.’
Oh, the years fly by, that’s just natural.
I have an amazing group of people around me who are always like, ‘Oh, wow, you’re doing such amazing things. But don’t get a big head,’ and I’m like, ‘Thanks, man, appreciate it.’ It helps, you know?
Sometimes I think, ‘Oh, I wish I just had a nice job where you’re getting a salary.’ Just sometimes.
I love this life. I feel like I am always catching my breath and saying, ‘Oh! Will you look at that?’ Photography has been my way of bearing witness to the joy I find in seeing the extraordinary in ordinary life. You don’t look for pictures. Your pictures are looking for you.
It’s always fun teasing the person. When they ask if I’m gay, I say, ‘Oh, I don’t know.’
Oh! blame not the bard.
When I’m out with my girlfriends at the bar, and I see some young 18-year old boy, just for fun I say, ‘Hi honey. Do you like girls? Do you like girls exclusively? Oh, good.’
On ‘True Blood,’ the character’s name is Sookie Stackhouse, and my name is Suki Waterhouse. So, I get people saying, ‘Oh, I thought we were meeting the girl from True Blood.’
Any other illness, any other disease that we’re faced with, there’s sympathy and understanding. We get help for those. With mental illness, our go-to is to categorize them as, ‘Oh, they’re crazy,’ to belittle the problem.
Our intent will not be to create gridlock. Oh, except maybe from time to time.
Oh, I loved John Wayne. He was just so charming and easy to work with.
Oh, it is wonderful to know that our Heavenly Father loves us – even with all our flaws! His love is such that even should we give up on ourselves, He never will.
I always like it when I eat myself out of breath. That’s a good boost to my day. You know, I’m eating, and I go, ‘Oooohhh.’ It’s better a few moments later when you get to think about it, when you’re like, ‘Why did I just stop to take a deep breath? Oh yeah, my body also needs air.’
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 look back on being 17 and think, ‘Oh my God, how did I not die?’
Oh yes, technique has definitely advanced. But you never advance without losing something en passant, and you lose it because you’re paying so much attention to the new thing.
It’s only Western civilization that, God forbid, you talk about dying, when it’s the only thing we know for certain, right? Everyone’s going to die, so what’s the big problem? ‘Oh, God. Don’t talk about it. Don’t think about it.’ I mean, I’m one of them. I’m not a big fan of talking about dying.
I remember the first time seeing myself on TV, when my family was watching the documentary ‘Eyes on the Prize’ for the first time. There were pictures of people going up the school stairs, and Mom said, ‘Oh, that’s you!’ I said, ‘I can’t believe this. This is important.’
Oh, how hard it must be to die anywhere but in one’s birthplace.
To the new ‘Apprentice‘ candidates I would say to follow your gut instincts, be yourself and get ready to work hard for the next few months. Oh, and try to have some fun!
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.
If we have a great idea, we’ll go, ‘Oh, this could be a cool movie.’ Or really for us, it’s more like, ‘Oh, this is a really bad idea. Let’s do this. This seems really stupid.’
In animation, there’s this exhilarating moment of discovery when you see the film and you say, Oh THAT’S what I was doing.
Everybody says before reviews come out, ‘Oh, reviews don’t matter,’ just in case they’re bad; everyone want to brace themselves.
I’m not interested in doing something edgy with a capital E just so everyone knows, ‘Oh, OK, now he’s showing us he can do edgy.’
This idea of, oh, poor little black person, oh, poor little poor person, oh, poor little woman, oh, poor little indigenous person – everybody’s a poor little something! I don’t try and please everybody.
I have a personality type, but it’s not like I’m like, ‘Oh yeah, short and brunette. That’s what I like. All the time.’
It’s very inconvenient because every time I finish, let’s say, a chapter of a book, I think I’m going to ring Richard and then realize: Oh, Christ, I’ve buried him. I buried him last year.
Oh, you weak, beautiful people who give up with such grace. What you need is someone to take hold of you – gently, with love, and hand your life back to you.
I make jam, and oh my God, it is so delicious.
You’re your truest self when you’re young, and when somebody says something, and you’re like, ‘Oh, maybe I’m not normal,’ you shut it down. It’s always a process to rediscover those parts of yourself.
Most of my guitars have been instruments that look cool. I’m not picky. I never think, ‘Oh, this neck isn’t made of ebony,’ or, ‘These strings don’t feel correct.’ It doesn’t matter too much.
Oh, it takes a lot for me to walk out of a film.
It’s interesting to talk to young comedians. I love it because it makes me go, ‘Oh, that’s how I can be funny.’
I was never the ingenue, so hopefully that’ll make it easier to age and still work. I know a lot of actors who are really dissatisfied with where they’re at even though some of them are huge stars and I feel like, ‘Oh, my God, you’re at the top.’ Something interesting will come. It always does. I have faith.
Oh mortal man, is there anything you cannot be made to believe?
I didn’t get my hair cut for two movies, and it got a little long. I’m going back to a… not a crew cut. Back to, oh, about a Presbyterian length.
When I was a kid, the idea of why I wanted acting to be the thing I do for the rest of my life was different. It was, Oh yeah, I’ll get girls and be famous.
You hear people saying, ‘Oh I’m so tired, I’ve had enough of Cannes.’ How can you have enough of Cannes? It’s just the best place to be, like a fairytale.
I make movies for teenage boys. Oh dear, what a crime.
Oh, well, in Los Angeles everybody is an actor, or a producer, or a writer, or a director, or an agent, or… So everybody understands the hours.
Certain people are like ‘Oh, here come the Feminazis!’ You end up acting 10 times nicer than you even need to be, to be the opposite of the stereotype like ‘You’re the man haters!’ We’re always bending over backwards being extra nice. And I don’t know if being nice is my legacy.
It’s not in our nature. Americans have never been a people that drive through a nice neighborhood and say, ‘Oh, I hate the people who live in these nice houses.’
I just feel like, with rappers, there’s so much complacency. It’s like, ‘Oh, I’m a rapper. I’m successful. I make money. That’s all that matters.’ But there’s a lot of stuff going on in the world. Whether or not you’re aware of it, it’s happening.
Yes, it gets better, but I also understand that saying to a 15-year-old that, ‘Oh, don’t worry, just wait a year’, is like saying ‘Wait a lifetime‘, but every single person has the right to go to school and not be afraid.
Oh yeah, I would have been a coal miner, I would think, if I hadn’t had tuberculosis when I was 12.
I’m a terrible dancer! Oh, I’m an awful dancer!
I grew up in a town with a great wrestling tradition. Then I was a team sport queen in high school; I played softball, volleyball, and soccer. Oh, and I also did ski racing.
Well concerning the world records that I did, I think it helps a lot to me, yeah. I think it’s a very individual thing because I heard some people say, like, oh I don’t like it at all. But I definitely, for me it really made a big difference.
I didn’t figure out the makeup or cute hair or clothes until oh, maybe my junior year of high school.
When I was running the Troubadour, there was this transition from the classic singer/songwriter Jackson Browne types to bands like Black Flag, the Dead Kennedys, and Fear. Those are just some that come to mind. Oh, and Adam Ant! The Fear fans wanted to ‘crush‘ the Ants. These guys hated each other.
Oh, it’s not really gambling when you never lose.
I flew to New York to do a commercial back in the day when people could meet you at the gate, and the little agent when I came off the plane said, ‘Oh, Miss Carr, we are so happy to have you here.’ I went, ‘Oh, for goodness sakes.’
Oh yeah, I know Johnnie Bassett. We were part of that whole thing.
Life is short and we have never too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are travelling the dark journey with us. Oh be swift to love, make haste to be kind.
My general attitude to life is to enjoy every minute of every day. I never do anything with a feeling of, ‘Oh God, I’ve got to do this today.’
Oh, I don’t talk about Jack and me. Some things are too good to share.
Oh, God, why don’t I remember that a little chaos is good for the soul?
Oh, I’m a great believer in the power of the pause. Radio is a bit brasher now. My style was slower. I just used to go in, open the microphone and say the first thing that came into my head.
Hopefully with each thing that you do you’re learning something, you’re growing, and you’re pushing yourself a little harder in some way or another. So I think you’d be in real trouble if each new thing that you create didn’t feel like ‘Oh, wow. I feel like I’m doing something a little different this time.’
One of the greatest, smartest things I ever did was give my kids Angie as their mom. She is such a great mom. Oh, man, I’m so happy to have her.
My parents would, like, argue in front of us and it wasn’t a big deal, whereas I know some people‘s parents who, if they argued, it was like, ‘Oh, my God.’
Oh yes, I love to do shoes. I’m not a fetishist but I love to do shoes.
You hear all these people saying, ‘Oh, Pep, what a good manager he is.’ Forget about it. Cruyff was the best, by far.
Oh yeah, I’m still employed at Pixar and I love it here.
I realized there was racism because people thought, ‘Oh, if you like roll ‘n’ roll, that makes you like a white kid.’
When you’re dead, you’re dead. No one is going to remember me when I’m dead. Oh, maybe a few friends will remember me affectionately. Being remembered isn’t the most important thing, anyhow. It’s what you do when you are here that’s important.
Sometimes if I tell people, ‘I’m afraid that I’m really a fraud,’ or ‘I have a lot of self-doubt,’ they go, ‘Oh, no, you’re kidding.’ I go, ‘No, I’m really honest.’
Oh, I’m a big-mouth. I said a lot of things.
They say I spend too much money, so they take it and put it away for me. What do I spend it on? Oh, old records and presents and things.
Oh, and once, when I was in the Marines, I got a perfect score on my physical fitness test.
Oh no, the dead have risen and they’re voting Republican.
I’ll tell you how it happened. The phone rang. Paul, my agent, goes, ‘Would you like to play Meryl Streep’s?’ I said, ‘Yeeees! I’ll do it, whatever it is.’ He said, ‘It’s Mamma Mia!.’ I said, ‘Oh no, which character? The fat friend?
Delhi came as a shock. There were so many people, and oh, the traffic.
People have the problem of denial. This is one of the things I learned in Lebanon. Everybody who left Beirut when the war started, including my parents, said, ‘Oh, its temporary.’ It lasted 17 years! People tend to underestimate the gravity of these situations. That’s how they work.
I’m not really much of a shopper. I have to say that I’d definitely prefer good sex. What makes good sex? Oh my god. I think you need to feel free and you have to really trust the other person. And you have to have that strange, mysterious chemical connection.
Social media is the devil. Absolute devil. Oh, my God. It’s the worst thing ever.
I was a big fan of Shia LaBeouf and ‘Even Stevens’ and was like, ‘Oh, man. I would love to be on Disney Channel and have a show,’ because it was what I watched.
Animation has revitalized a part of my brain that says, ‘Oh yeah, I do like doing this. This is fun.’
Truthfully, I’ve never seen myself as being too thin. Sometimes I’ll look at photos and be like, ‘Oh, that’s not a good look.’ But generally speaking, I’m not too thin.
Oh, it’s fun to be an icon!
I’ve always done drama, but I suppose ‘Tyrannosaur’ was a bit of a watershed moment for me. It was like when Kathy Burke did ‘Nil By Mouth’ – suddenly, people were saying, ‘Oh, she can do that, too.’
I want to feel lucky every night when I go onstage, and not feel like, ‘Oh, great, here we go again.
Oh yeah, I’m a huge romance fan. And some women like action.
There are a whole bunch of roles where people say, ‘Oh, you’re playing yourself.’ I guess it’s kind of a compliment. Or people say, ‘Oh, man, you just roll out of bed and do that.’ The work is to make it look effortless. That’s the hard part.
I got lost in the music in 1963 at Stonewall… No! No, it was Stonewall – it was 1967 that I got lost. In 19 – oh my dear, Stonewall, I got lost at Stonewall. Heard it through the grapevine. 1969! I got lost in the music and I couldn’t get out.
I remember for my 18th birthday, I was going to get a tattoo, and I made the mistake of thinking I was a man and telling my father, and he was like, ‘Oh yeah? You better tattoo a new address on your arm, because you’re not living here!’ And that was the end of that discussion.
People try to put ownership on things: ‘That’s mine, that’s my joke.’ No such thing. Like if you tripped or stumbled and people go, ‘Oh, that’s Charlie Chaplin.’ You know what I mean? You can’t own a joke. You can be the guy that tells it the best, but you can’t own a joke. Nowhere can you own a laugh.
I think all kids think their parents are strict. My parents aren’t superstrict, but they seem to be stricter than most. But even though it’s like, ‘Oh, gosh, I’ve gotta be in at this time,’ they know what they’re doing. I have great parents.
The mind is more powerful than anything. So, during the birth I wasn’t thinking about the pain. I was in a meditation state. I was concentrating the whole time, thinking, ‘Oh my God, it’s time. I am going to meet my baby. What is he going to look like?’
I think the discipline comes with turning that cellphone and Blackberry off and unplugging completely. You do that and you go through some withdrawals in the beginning. You start thinking, ‘Oh, do I need to do this? Do I need to do that?’ You forget that we were doing just fine with the payphone.
So yeah, a good director will be able to listen and hear everything, but have a confident vision of his own that he can say, ‘oh yeah – that’s a great point.’ And you never know; often you can help far more than you think you can, because there’s so much more that he’s juggling than an actor.
Do I believe in the supernatural? Oh yes, certainly. I can’t believe, I can’t accept that you die and that’s the end. Physically maybe it is a fact. But there’s something about the mind that’s more than that.
Oh, the ignorance of us upon whom Providence did not sufficiently smile to permit us to be born in New England.
I’m just a black hole for stuff. No one should ever hand me anything, because I get so easily distracted. I’ll be like, ‘Oh, look, something shiny!’ I’m glad I never learned how to drive. I would be really dangerous.
All I have to do is to do my thing. I don’t have to talk about it like, ‘Oh, I’m representing for Asians.’ I’m just… doing it.
Tinder – man, what’s that all about? Tinder, where you’re just, like, shopping for a human being. Reading the stats like ‘Mortal Kombat.’ You’re like, ‘Oh, he’s got six arms, and he’s only got the two, so I’ll probably go with the six arms.’ I don’t want to do that with human beings.
Actually, when I was in elementary school, I saw a saxophone. A band came to my school, and I saw this guy get up and play this solo. And I said, ‘Oh man, what is that! That must be fantastic!’
All of a sudden I had a baby, because it went really quick. It was like, ‘Oh! I have a baby!’ So, it’s great. I’m just having a great time with my children. They’re here in New York with me.
In Hollywood, she’s revered, she gets nominated for Oscars, but I’ve never heard anyone in the public or among my friends say, ‘Oh, I love Winona Ryder.’
I had a lot of ideas about conservatives and then I got to Fox and just, I was like, ‘Oh, they’re not all evil and stupid.’
Oh, talking about private school, man, I had cornrows, and when I picked ’em out, certain people that didn’t look like me always wanted to touch ’em. One time, I just said, ‘Yo, hell no.’
I think people hear the warmth in my voice and the friendliness, and they think: ‘Oh, she must be a very nice person‘.
Travel is one of the best anti-war weapons that there are. I’ve been to Iran, and if you’re there you see little kids, cops, old people, cemeteries. Once you see that, you can’t say, ‘Oh, Iran, let’s bomb them.’
People were always like, ‘Oh my God, you’re going to be working with your girlfriend? Are you freaking out? Is that going to, like, destroy your relationship?’ I think it emboldened the relationship.
Oh, yeah, I love DVD’s. I don’t have what you’d call an extensive collection, maybe a couple of hundred or so. But I have something on almost all the time.
I remember my wife and I used to get on plane and see everybody else with their babies. They’d be putting strollers and car seats up above, and we’d think: Oh, please Lord, don’t make us go through that.
I think it’s your mental attitude. So many of us start dreading age in high school and that’s a waste of a lovely life. ‘Oh… I’m 30, oh, I’m 40, oh, 50.’ Make the most of it.
Oh, my career. What career? I’m over 40.
I’m more of the girl who’s always in the friend zone, and I try to help if my other friend wants to get with someone. I can be a bit cheeky and say stuff that embarrasses my friends, but I’m normally the girl who guys like to be friends with, so I become friendly with the guy and then go, ‘Oh, this is my other friend.’
Oh, it is a boon to have a lineage like mine. Of course there’s additional responsibility, and I have to live up to expectations all the time, but that’s fine with me.
I love actors; I love seeing great performances. I just love that, when I’m seeing a performance, that inside me, I just go, ‘Oh my God, how are you doing that? Where is that coming from?’ Where you see an actor do something, and I can’t even locate it in my own body.
At the age of 31, I realized, ‘Oh my God, I may die like everyone else.’
Hollywood wouldn’t suit me. In L.A. it’s all about work – studio people have their five minutes with you and they go, ‘Oh mah Gahd, I love your movie.’ You just feel very self-conscious there.
With regard to robots, in the early days of robots people said, ‘Oh, let’s build a robot‘ and what’s the first thought? You make a robot look like a human and do human things. That’s so 1950s. We are so past that.
In Russia we had to have special visas in our passports, and when we had to show our passports at the Kremlin gates, we realized that, Oh my God, we’re actually playing in THE Kremlin!
Blues was my first love. It was the first thing where I said, ‘Oh man, this is the stuff.’ It just sounded so raw and honest, gut-bucket honest. From then I started rebelling.
Oh, my goodness, when we came to the farm in 1961, I mean, it wouldn’t even support one salary.
Sin recognized but that may keep us humble, But oh, it keeps us nasty.
For the guys who would say, ‘oh, your dad, this and that, you’ve got to the league or here because of him’… they’re hypocrites.
We had three cows and a goat. People from New York and L.A. are like, ‘Oh my gosh, that’s a farm!’ But people in Tennessee are like, ‘That’s not a farm.’ I’ve never milked a cow or anything like that.
You just need to be honest with how you’re feeling. But, a lot of women are afraid of it because they think, ‘Oh, they are going to take my baby away. They’re gonna call me incompetent. I’m going to lose my job. I’ve got to be tough, it’s a man’s world.’
I see women in their 30s getting plastic surgery, pulling this up and tucking that back. It’s like a slippery slope – once you start you pull one thing one way and then you think, ‘Oh my God, I’ve got to do the other side.’
Oh, don’t let’s ask for the moon. We’ve already got the stars.
Oh, if I had been loved at the age of seventeen, what an idiot I would be today. Happiness is like smallpox: if you catch it too soon, it can completely ruin your constitution.
They said this is Vanity Fair, and I said, Oh, I already take the magazine. They said Annie Leibovitz wants to take your picture and I thought, How nice!
I always hear, ‘Oh, she’s really beautiful.’ I’d die to hear, ‘Oh, she’s really smart.’ I’m not as dumb as I look.
Oh I am trying to remember, we would read the script after we did the show.
My ultimate goal is for that next generation coming up, who didn’t see me play, go, ‘Oh, he used to play football?’
Fashion has always been a source of stress for me because I don’t know how to dress myself. I’m short-torsoed with big boobs, and I don’t really understand what a belt does. But you get on these shows, and people fit the clothing to you, and suddenly you learn, ‘Oh, I should be wearing petite jackets.’
On her son Rene: Oh my God, when he’s 20 years old what’s going to happen to me? I’m gonna marry him.
We had everything. We were young kids. We were driving cars our parents couldn’t afford, living in big houses. For me to sit here and say, ‘Oh my God, I didn’t enjoy any of it’ – no, I did. Of course I did.
I have a lot of secret uses for sour cream, which is the magic ingredient in my mac and cheese. It’s an old-timey, Southern version, and the sour cream makes it that much creamier. Oh, it’s so good!
Oh, she just happened to be a friend of the producer’s. Or, oh, they’ve been trying to get her from the beginning and she just had a spot open up. There are always little loopholes, so I don’t take anything personally anymore.
There is something about the South that accepts the supernatural. If you don’t accept it and you’re having a conversation with someone who does, it’s just one of those polite things where you don’t question their belief in ghosts. You just go, ‘Oh, yeah, okay.’ It’s amazing to be able to have conversations like that.
The scary thing is that I sometimes think, ‘Oh, I’ve won a Bafta. This could be the top of the precipice.’
Oh, that lovely title, ex-president.
If you ask the average person on the street about U.S. energy and U.S. oil in particular, our situation, most Americans would say, ‘Oh, we’re energy poor; we don’t have enough oil; we don’t have enough natural gas.’
Oh, I was some efficiency expert. On my first day, I couldn’t find my own office in Hartford and wound up in the Post Office.
No, God does not need us to love Him. But oh, how we need to love God! For what we love determines what we seek. What we seek determines what we think and do. What we think and do determines who we are – and who we will become.
I don’t mind what people say about me as long as it’s an opinion or the truth. If someone says, ‘He’s the worst comedian in the world,’ that’s fine. If someone says, ‘His face makes me want to punch the TV,’ that’s fine. But if they say, ‘Oh, and I know for a fact he hunts squirrels,’ I go: no, no, no… that’s a lie.
Nevertheless, one doesn’t have time to think, oh, well, this is a quarter tone sharp, or flat.
Now, when you’ve been in the band for three years, you get used to the position, in a sense. I don’t think about it every day like, ‘Oh my God, I’m the singer of Nightwish!’
You hope that some day a part will come along and you can do your stuff and people will go, ‘oh that’s good.’ I just got very lucky.
I realized, ‘Oh, it’s easier to get what I want if I embrace the sex symbol thing.’ Microphones are more in my face, and I can say things about the kids that I mentor and open more access to more doors.
Oh God, don’t envy me, I have my own pains.
My parents said, Oh, he’s going to be a director someday. I wanted to be an actor.
It’s something he used to say when he was happy. It could be a very, very simple day. We might be sitting out on the front lawn. Dad loved classical music and we might be listening to some Stravinsky or something and having some tea and eggs. And he’d say, ‘Oh, good stuff, isn’t it?’
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!’
When someone tells me, ‘Oh, we have so many problems on Earth; space exploration costs too much money,’ I say, ‘I absolutely agree with you. But I still hope we do it.’
Oh, I can spot a phoney a mile away.
Oh! this opponent, this collaborator against your will, whose notion of beauty always differs from yours and whose means are often too limited for active assistance to your intentions!
It’s really about, oh come on, this guy wouldn’t say that or he wouldn’t do that, you know, it’s about the characters, about the story, about the situation.
Oh yes, there’s lots of great food in America. But the fast food is about as destructive and evil as it gets. It celebrates a mentality of sloth, convenience, and a cheerful embrace of food we know is hurting us.
Oh, the difference between nearly right and exactly right.
I think any great culture is born out of transparent, authentic communication. You almost can’t overcommunicate. You can try, and you might think, ‘Oh, do I really have to say this again?’ And the answer is yes.
I said ‘Brian, no one is going to respect me as a mother after this.’ He said, ‘oh no, yes they will, this is a movie, don’t worry about it.’ But they’re not.
A lot of people, they think, ‘Oh, I’m only going to be happy when I find a special person who is going to make me happy.’ No. In life, you have to be happy with yourself first, number one.
Sometimes those fears creep into the back of your head, but then you slap yourself and think, ‘Oh, woe is me! People actually like me.’ What a silly thing to worry about. This is a huge opportunity, and I’m excited.
You know my girls are so funny. You’re out in the country and there are critters everywhere and they get a little like, ‘Oh my God! Oh no, bugs!’ and I had to say, ‘Honey this is fine. This is their world and it’s all part of being in the country.’ I realized, ‘Oh my God, my girls are really city girls.’
Oh, I’m a Mopar guy. There’s no doubt about it.
There are moments when I can’t believe I’m as old as I am. But I feel better physically than I did 10 years ago. I don’t think, Oh God, I’m missing something.
There’s people I respect, and I guess that can be a crush. I think someone like Eddie Redmayne, he’s incredibly talented, and he’s realistic to say, like, oh yeah, that can be a crush because he’s not, like, fifty years old.
Sure, jets are fast and economical, but, oh my, what fun we’ve lost and what leisure we’ve sacrificed in the race to efficiency. Somehow, stepping onto a plane and zooming across the United States in a matter of hours doesn’t hold a candle to the dear, old-fashioned train ride.
Do I perform sometimes in a manic style? Yes. Am I manic all the time? No. Do I get sad? Oh yeah. Does it hit me hard? Oh yeah.
You see a Clint Eastwood movie, and you might not know if it’s from Universal or Warner Bros. or another studio. He has affiliations with so many studios now, but there was a time when you’d just look at a movie and think, ‘Oh, that’s a Warner Bros. film.’
Oh, this absolute loneliness and the game – loving to play the game, loving to go and tell stories to men that certainly weren’t true, just for the sport of it, just to see how they would react.
In London, you’ll be walking around and, ‘Oh, there’s the ground.’ Every area of the city has a Premier League club. They all survive; they all exist with enough money, and that’s good.
You know how many times I have to witness the transition from, ‘Oh, get away from that thug,’ to, ‘Oh, wait a minute, that’s the guy from ‘Weeds‘! Hey, can I shake your hand?’
I don’t think about, ‘Oh, I’m finally getting my respect,’ because I don’t care about this.
It bothers me when people say, ‘Oh, you’re so down to earth – for an actor.’ Even when they don’t say ‘for an actor,’ I feel like that’s the implication. Why are the standards so low for performers?
Anybody who really knows about the TV business knows that it would be impossible to just march in one day and say to your colleagues and bosses, ‘Oh yes, I’m hosting my own show.’
I’ve been really lucky. I’ll completely forget that I’m a celebrity. And then something will happen, and I’ll go, ‘Oh, right.’
When people see the budget, they’re going to say, ‘Oh, my God, I wanted a tax cut, but I didn’t know what you were going to do to health care and to Medicare and national defense.’
We’re sober now, and we all have families and obligations of being senior citizens. Oh, that’s hard to say. We have grown-up responsibilities. We used to all live in the same car.
Oh, I find it very easy to fall in love.
I always thought I was a good person, a decent person. I never harassed anyone or touched anyone. And you say to yourself , ‘Oh, that’s good enough,’ but yes, I had certain jokes that I always assumed the audience would understand. This is Persona.
When I was 25, if you’d have said I was going to be a commentator, that would seem like, ‘Oh, my God. That’s a huge step down.’
When I was a kid, I never did funny things to get attention. I was never a funny person. I was never, like, ‘Oh, wow. I could say this some day on stage.’
How I found out is, I landed in Des Moines from a plane ride back from the Rob Zombie tour. I was, like, ‘Okay, cool, I’m home. I can finally get some rest.’ Once I landed, I turned my phone on, and my manager rang, and I’m, like, ‘Oh, what?’ He said, ‘Paul Gray just died.’
Oh, I did stop smoking a long time ago.
Oh my God, I’m a walking advertisement for discounted shopping.
The minute you got the Nobel Peace Prize, things that I said yesterday, with nobody paying too much attention, I say the same things after I got it – oh! It was quite crucial for people, and it helped our morale because apartheid did look invincible.
The biggest crime in England is to rise above your station. It’s fine to be a pop star. ‘Oh, it’s great, lots of fun, aren’t they sweet, these pop stars! But to think you have anything to say about how the world should work? What arrogance!’
I went to Northwestern because I had gone to a really nontraditional high school. I was like, ‘It’d be cool to have a traditional college experience.’ Then I was like, ‘Oh, but none of these people understand what’s cool about me. My specialness is not appreciated in this place.’
I don’t care how much you’re working out; when you go to put on that bikini, you’re like, ‘Oh no!’
Oh, my God, I literally only have, like, one friend that I’m actually completely, like, myself with.
Oh, I can keep many secrets, so I would be a phenomenal secret agent. I love secrets.
I had spent many years before I was 31 hearing people tell me, Oh Man, you’re so funny, you need to be in television. But that and a quarter won’t get you on a bus.
Oh, I had my gothy phase, but I was never a troublemaker or anything like that. I was a little bit introspective, a little bit morbid. I was small for my age, so I was bullied and that kind of stuff.
Oh yes, after the war, and we were all starving – we had no proper food or anything – no proper shoes.
Oh, give us the man who sings at his work.
We can’t go to people who have lost their job at GM and say, ‘Oh, by the way, we are going to pay money to build a road here or inoculate children there,’ unless we can demonstrate that it is in America’s interest. I happen to think it is.
To me, cinema is cinema. Cinema is one big tree with many branches. The same as literature. In literature, you don’t just say, ‘Oh, I bought some literature.’ No, you say, ‘I bought a novel’ by so-and-so, or a book of essays by so-and-so.
Oh, if I had only known then what I know now, I would have stopped it last year when I was still young.
Oh, I still like to play and I still play when I want to.
Oh, ‘Sports Night’ was tough because ‘Sports Night’ was… Well, you know, it’s like Mamet. It’s Sorkin. And I didn’t realize that you had to immediately be off of the other actors’ last line in their dialogue.
I’ve heard other gay people say when they were growing up they felt ‘foreign.’ Growing up, I was able to label these feelings as: ‘I’m a Protestant.’ It wasn’t until I left, I thought: ‘Oh, those weren’t Protestant feelings.’
As soon as I finish a job, I’m like, ‘Geez, I got away with that, and I got paid all right!’ But then you get to the press junket, and I’m like, ‘Oh God, this is where you earn your money.’
I’ve been influenced by so many great people , like Sam Moore, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, John Lee Hooker, B.B. King, so many great blues and soul artists that I completely revere. So it’s strange for me, actually, to hear somebody say, ‘Oh, I was deeply influenced by your music.’
To come to a concert and hear a lot of songs from a female perspective should not make men say, ‘Oh well, that’s for women’.
Oh yeah, I believe in God. I think there’s much more evidence that there is a God than that there isn’t. I don’t believe that Mother Theresa and Hitler go to the same place.
I have no time for the endless nostalgia: ‘Oh gosh I used to . . . ‘ Life is too short; I don’t have any time for sitting and saying I miss things. What’s the point? Go and do something else.
I should just put it bluntly, because we’re all sort of friends here now – it’s exceedingly likely that my greatest success is behind me. Oh, so Jesus, what a thought! You know that’s the kind of thought that could lead a person to start drinking gin at nine o’clock in the morning, and I don’t want to go there.
I used to always read my stuff. And I could never understand why artists would say, ‘Oh, I can’t read my older stuff.’ I’d go, ‘Are you crazy? I could read my stuff forever!’ Now it’s a little harder.
I used to be good friends with my depression, saying oh I’m so depressed, or life is terrible.
There’s this unspoken club where you say to each other: Oh God, if they only knew how ordinary I was, they wouldn’t be interested. That includes movie stars and politicians.
Yeah, well I think anyone who likes fast cars will love the Tesla. And it has fantastic handling by the way. I mean this car will crush a Porsche on the track, just crush it. So if you like fast cars, you’ll love this car. And then oh, by the way, it happens to be electric and it’s twice the efficiency of a Prius.
My father raised us like… we were not allowed to see people in any sort of colors, but also we were not allowed to call people fat. If ever we were to say, ‘Oh that fat person, or this person,’ he would make us put a bar of soap in our mouth and count to 10. We weren’t allowed to look at people like that.
It’s very strange: I watch a lot of interviews with other actors that I know saying, ‘Oh we had a great time; we’re best buddies,’ and I know for a fact that they didn’t, and they actually hated each other.
The universe hands you opportunities for a while, and if you don’t take them, the universe says to itself, ‘Oh I see, this person doesn’t like opportunities’ and stops giving them to you.
Oh, Raima and I gel very well on screen. Our natural sibling camaraderie is evident once the cameras started rolling.
It’s like that Simpsons joke – they’re filming a cow in a movie and they go, ‘OK, we’ll tape a bunch of cats together to make a cow’, and it’s like, ‘Why don’t you just use a cow?’. For some reason that is novel – like, ‘Oh, my guitar sounds like a piano and now if I can just get my piano to sound like my guitar’.
Psychiatrists always say, Oh, we’re very professional. I use exercise as my medication.
Oh, God, I struggle with low self-esteem all the time! I think everyone does. I have so much wrong with me, it’s unbelievable!
Oh my god, I never want to hurt a bike. That’s the last thing I want to do, precious little bikes.
All I can say about life is, ‘Oh God, enjoy it!’
Oh yeah, I’m an Essex boy and proud of it.
Taylor Swift – I don’t ever hear anything of hers where I’m like, ‘Oh, so-and-so could’ve cut that.’
Let’s call a spade a spade: when people look at me, they say, ‘Oh, she’s the androgynous one.’ I’ll tell you what type of character I would never be offered out there: The femme fatale. Or the white-trash, heterosexual hillbilly.
When my father died, my mother was still alive. And I think when your second parent dies, there is that shock: ‘Oh man, I’m an orphan.’ There’s also this relief: It’s done; it’s finished; it’s over.
Oh, yeah, I see the world differently now. Actually, when I first had the baby, I was breast-feeding him for two years straight. So we were together for two years of his life, every single day, all hours of the day. So I was two people, and I eventually morphed back into one.
When I was playing Gandalf, I didn’t think, ‘Oh my dear, I’m playing a 7,000 year old wizard,’ because I’ve never met one, and I don’t know what they’re like.
Life is not to be expended in vain regrets. No day, no hour, comes but brings in its train work to be performed for some useful end – the suffering to be comforted, the wandering led home, the sinner reclaimed. Oh! How can any fold the hands to rest and say to the spirit, ‘Take thine ease, for all is well!’
Oh, I had two nannies. God, yes.
British media supported Hillary. No problem with that. No interference. Nothing. French media supported Hillary. No problem with that. Some Russian media supported Trump: ‘Oh my God!’
Pure libertarianism believes that people will be generous and help each other. Well, they won’t. I wish it were so, and I live that way. I help panhandlers, but other people are, ‘Oh look at that – why doesn’t he get a job?’ While I believe in all that freedom, I also believe that no one should suffer needlessly.
The weight loss came about because a buddy of mine who was diagnosed with diabetes because of his obesity told me that I was fat. And I started laughing, and he was like, ‘No seriously, you’re fat.’ And I said, ‘Oh wow, really.’
I remember June 8, 1972. I saw the airplane. And it’s so loud, so close to me. Suddenly, the fire everywhere around me. The fire burned off my clothes. And I saw my arm got burned with the fire. I thought, oh, my goodness, I get burned. People will see me different way.
I used to wake up in the morning and say, ‘Oh, God.’ Now I wake up in the morning and look forward to life.
We give you characters we’d feel very comfortable judging, and then go: ‘Oh yeah? Watch this’.
One of the things I’ve discovered, thanks to the Japanese, is that you should enjoy yourself. In the old days, I used to think: ‘Oh, never be satisfied, never admit to being happy.’ But there’s no curse in being happy.
Oh I ain’t going anywhere. You can’t get rid of me.
But I always seem to finish a book and then think, oh God, I’ve got to pay a tax bill, so I’d better write a novel, so I tend not to stop and learn word processing.
It’s funny because there’s a part of me that, if something is popular, I sort of become a defiant teenager about it. Like, ‘Oh, I’m not gonna like that because everybody likes it.’
Oh, I was super serious about practicing and rudiments, and still am. I still have all my books.
Kids will tell me ‘oh I want to be like you when I grow up,’ you know. I just thought ‘nah, don’t be like me, be like you,’ because first of all they don’t really know me but second of all I understand what they’re trying to say but I just let them know – be like you.
The electric car, it’s not the government saying, ‘Oh, we must have electric cars.’ The market was ready for that. People were ready for that, so, we have electric cars.
I actually have videos on my phone of me interviewing people and asking them what they thought of the new Spider-Man in ‘Civil War.’ They were like, ‘Oh he’s great. I love him,’ and then some people were like, ‘Nah, I don’t love him. he’s not great’ – and I was standing right in front of them!
Oh, there’s tons of resentment. That’s normal. I can’t control that, and I don’t worry about it.
Oh, God, I would love to go and do a play someplace.
I heard about the book and I said, ‘Oh my god, I’ve got to read this book,’ and I didn’t know that a white woman wrote it. Nobody said that to me, they just said, ‘The Help – Oh my god, you’ve got to read it.’ Everyone failed to mention it was a white woman, I think, because nobody really wants to talk about race.
Oh, she didn’t schlep me. I schlepped her, actually. I was the one who wanted to be an actress.
Oh Lord, won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz.
Happiness has a bad rap. People say it shouldn’t be your goal in life. Oh, yes it should.
Oh, my goodness, when you’re a mother and you just give birth to a child with spina bifida and – or Down’s Syndrome or cerebral palsy, there’s a bit of a shock you’re going to have to go through, a bit of an adjustment curve.
Every time you do a take on a movie, you’re not sure if it’s going to succeed. Even if you have a great cast, like we had, every scene you’re kind of waiting for the release. ‘Oh, yes; it happened. We got it!’ There’s always the possibility that it’s just not going to work.
Oh yeah, dancing’s part of my soul. I enjoy it, it makes people happy, and it makes me happy.
Oh, youth is a wicked, cruel thing – eating miracles with its breakfast and not knowing they are not porridge.
Someone said to me at a party once, ‘Oh, yeah, you’re a comedian? Then how come you’re not funny now?’ And I just wanted to say, ‘Well, I’m just going to take this conversation we’re having and then repeat that to strangers, and then that’s the joke. You’re the joke later.’
It was that chemistry. And was the fact that he was president part of that chemistry? I don’t know. Maybe. Probably. But it was – I was there because there was chemistry. I wasn’t there because, oh, this is the president.
I have no interest in having my wife as my manager and I don’t think she has to because it would be kind of cliche. It’s almost in the line of expectations where it’s like, oh of course you’re going to put them together, and I don’t want that.
I liked making people laugh. I remember that specifically, being really young and having my parents being in the audience and laughing. It wasn’t really a ‘Oh, I’m the center of attention’ feeling; it was more ‘Oh, I’m making them so happy right now’ feeling. I liked that.
Maybe that’s my lot in life as an actor, to be the guy who gets crapped on everywhere he goes. Oh God.
Oh, that sound? I’m in the hot tub, reading a novel.
Some people come up to me in public and they’re like, ‘Oh my God, are you Noah from TikTok?’ It’s so weird to get recognized for that. I think it’s the really young fans who have never even heard of ‘Stranger Things.’
This is the point in the show where we say, ‘Oh, what else do we have in the van that’s flammable?’
I see the merit in religion, and I see the need for faith and hope and sometimes people who are more snide look at people who are religious, particularly people in rock bands, and they’ll say, ‘Oh that’s dumb, you believe in whatever,’ but I think everybody believes in something.
Oh my gosh, I would love to guest star on ‘Entourage.’
I think I’ve gotten that before – people have been like, ‘Oh, you have a creepy stare.’ My energy personally is not as threatening, I don’t think.
I don’t have a problem with recognition… It’s very, very rarely about who I am, it’s always, ‘I love your work.’… It’s always in relation to my work, which I think is a really lucky thing to have happen as opposed to, ‘Oh, you’re a famous personality.’
I like science and I love gym. Oh, and I like art, but I’m really bad at it. I’m just a terrible drawer. I can’t draw a circle. Even with a ruler, I can’t draw a straight line.
Usually, when we write in The B-52s, it’s quite a collaborative process. We really take hours – and sometimes days – jamming, and then we listen and listen to them and go, ‘Oh, let’s use this part, and then this part.’ It’s really like a collage.
Oh, I am an angel, though sometimes I wish I was more of a devil.
I’ve never had issues with popularity. I was always a popular guy… I’ve always had friends and loved ones and everything, so it wasn’t like, ‘Oh man, I gotta fill some void that was left by high school.’ I had a great high-school experience.
A lot of times in Hollywood, when casting directors find out you’re of Middle Eastern descent, they go, ‘Oh, you’re Iranian? Great. Can you say, ‘I will kill you in the name of Allah?” I could say that, but what if I were to say, ‘Hello, I’m your doctor.’
It doesn’t matter what you feel – ultimately, it’s what the audience feels. You can finish a scene and think to yourself, ‘Oh, God. I was so deep in that moment,’ and find it just didn’t play. I don’t know if I have very good radar about that or not.
I like the way I look in a suit, and I wish I owned more. Actually, I wish I owned suits that fit me, I should say. You can buy off the rack and think, ‘Oh, this is perfect.’ But then you get a tailor-made suit for you, and it’s a whole different animal. You don’t just look good in a suit, you feel good in a suit.
Fashion should be something that in the morning, when you open your window, you say, ‘Oh fantastic, sun!’ Then you take your shower, you say, ‘OK fantastic, which colour I wear today because I feel happy?’ This should be fashion.
Look, architecture has a lot of places to hide behind, a lot of excuses. ‘The client made me do this.’ ‘The city made me do this.’ ‘Oh, the budget.’ I don’t believe that anymore.
I really just like making music. People call that ‘work.’ Like, ‘Oh, you’re going to the studio to work?’ No, that’s even what I do in my off day. I love recording.
Oh, completely liberating because even if you don’t do a woman right, you just have to put on high heels a wig, a bra and a dress, and I feel liberated.
My dog Jake ran up to Dolly Parton, and he put his nose up her skirt. We were like, ‘Oh my God, don’t do that.’ I didn’t know Dolly, and she said, ‘Watch out there little doggie, don’t start something you can’t finish.’
Oh, I wouldn’t want to go on a date with a female celebrity. I’d rather go on a date with a real woman.
Oh yeah, we all write. That’s what’s great about when you have basics in piano.
I like it when someone tells me ‘I don’t agree.’ This is a true collaborator. When they say ‘Oh, how great, how great, how great,’ that’s not useful.
As soon as we finish a tour, I think, ‘Oh my god, I’m unemployed.’ I swear to God, every time I’m not touring, I hear my father yelling, ‘You’re unemployed if you’re not working every day.’
We are from a swipe-right generation, and that just comes to, ‘Oh you’re cute, let’s hook up,’ and that’s that. Where is actual, genuine connection that comes from spending quality time with someone?
Americans don’t want immigration. They don’t want any more. Why can’t we have a home? You see on ‘National Geographic,’ ‘Oh, the indigenous people, they have a home.’ Everyone else can have a home. We are the only people on Earth not allowed to have a home.
I’m a Roman Catholic. Or was. I was brought up that way and used to say my prayers every night, but I don’t pray to God any more. I might use the usual phrases I picked up from my parents, ‘Oh, if God spares me next year…’ or ‘Please God…’ but they’re only phrases.
Oh, I would love to be a motivational speaker. I have pulled myself out of a million potholes, and I can see the potholes ahead of me. That doesn’t mean that I could always do that so perfectly for my own life. I totally fall in potholes.
There’s a lot of women out there, some of whom are my age who’ve never been married and some who have been married and would like to be married again but think their ship has sailed, and I’m like, ‘Oh no, honey, let Miss Niecy show you it is never too late for love!’
People say it’s a bit repetitive to say, ‘Oh oh oh oh oh oh,’ but you can’t translate the melody into words.
Oh, yes, that never happened to me in my life before. It was a risky film, and I warned the producer.
In Britain, because I live here, I can also run into problems of envy and competition. But all this is just in a day’s work for a writer. You can’t put stuff out there without someone calling you a complete fool. Oh, well.
Oh, I was never a businessman. I was a visionary, a dreamer.
Oh, what a void there is in things.
Oh Mr. Webster could never define what’s being said between your heart and mine.
My generation, we really have to step up to the plate and vote. Tweeting is great – people say, ‘Oh, I don’t want this or that’ – but at the end of the day, tweeting isn’t a ballot. Just saying that you don’t like someone on Twitter is not going to turn a state blue or red. You have to vote.
Oh there are lots of doctors and medical professionals out there who buy my devices at whole sale price.
Oh, I was completely hooked on movies and plays and theater from the time I was a day old – I was very, very early on in love with movies and I loved plays.
Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!
It’s very interesting how life imitates art, and art imitates life; I find, whenever I read scenes of some magnitude, I’m like, ‘Oh, I feel like I’ve experienced this,’ or ‘I am experiencing this,’ or ‘I might start to experience it soon.’
I’ve won some awards. ‘Time’ magazine designated me as one of the environmental heroes of the 20th century. Oh, and I’ve got some honorary citizenships, like from the Conch Republic of the Florida Keys. But the one thing I am proud of is I didn’t get the Chevron environmental award. Never did get that one.
I groan daily under a body of sin and corruption. Oh for the time when I shall drop this flesh, and be free from sin!
I don’t follow other players or the tournaments they play. I have my own schedule and do my own thing. I never really think, ‘Oh, I want to be or play like so-and-so.’ I just like being myself.
People started saying, ‘Oh you know, he’s quicker than he looks’, and I’m like, ‘What does that mean? Do I look slow, or I’m not really sure what that means.
I’d be stupid not to take into consideration that there are certain things people will not consider me for because my name is Lopez. And I know I can do any kind of role. I don’t want anybody to say, Oh, she can’t pull this off. So those are barriers that you have to overcome.
Oh, I love ladies in hats! One rule of restaurants: never take a hat from a lady; wait for her to offer you the hat because she might not want to take it off – she might not have had time to do her hair properly.
I can’t discriminate? Oh, that’s ripe, coming from a straight white man. What’s the matter, baby doesn’t feel like he belongs? Well why don’t you try a place that was set up just for you? Like the world!
Patrick Demarchelier was the one who got me my first ‘Vogue‘ cover. It was French ‘Vogue’ – I think in ’87 or ’88. I think I was the first black model to be on the cover of French Vogue, which was shocking to me because when I asked them about it, they were like, ‘Oh, no. We’ve never had that before.’
I’m a sporadic reader. I have moments when I can’t stop… then I kind of forget that I can read. But then I go, ‘Oh God, yeah, books!’
Everybody kind of understands, Oh yeah you take drugs and it does something to your brain and then you can’t stop. It’s easier to describe that shame, that horrible feeling of not being able to control your own life.
Oh yeah, it’s great see music and to play music in small places. And it’s really fun for me to play here because, you know, I played two feet from people all night. And after all those years, it’s great to be able to talk to folks.
Just sharing things that are either embarrassing or possibly relatable, searching for that laugh so that someone makes me feel less alone. Like, ‘Oh, they laughed, so they get what I’m saying.
I had the most reversed education possible. Every parent wants their son to be a businessman, respectable – me, it was the opposite. When I had an artist career my mum was like, ‘Oh finally, I’m proud of you!’
When I hear that somebody’s difficult, I think, Oh, I can’t wait to work with them.
When I tell people I’m a comedian they say, ‘Oh, are you funny?’ I say, ‘No, it’s not that kind of comedy.’
I’ve known the panic of financial struggle. I didn’t grow up with money at all, and my family has certainly known the panic of, ‘Oh, gosh, where’s the next bit of money coming from?’
Oh, humiliation is poisonous. It’s one of the deepest pains of being human.
People look at my tattoos, and the majority of them are religious images, so people think, ‘Oh, he must be very religious’. I respect all religions, but I’m not a deeply religious person. But I try and live life in the right way, respecting other people.
If at the end of the day, people look at it and say, oh, yeah, I liked his stuff, or for the most part I liked his stuff, or I’ve enjoyed watching some of the things he’s done, that’s all I can hope for.
Oh my gosh, I mean, I’ve had many experiences of men calling me psycho.
Oh, the little more, and how much it is! And the little less, and what worlds away.
The writing process, the way I go about it is I do whatever the beat feels like, whatever the beat is telling me to do. Usually when the beat comes on, I think of a hook or the subject I want to rap about almost instantly. Within four, eight bars of it playing I’m just like, ‘Oh, OK. This is what I wanna do’.
Republicans: steely, rational, paternalistic, respectful of authority, easy to herd, the party of No. Democrats: sugary, emotional, idealistic, yearning for novelty, hard to marshal, the party of Oh Yeah, Baby, Make Mama Feel Good.
Oh, I have to say Romana; she was much more fun to do but I did enjoy the Princess when she was turning bad.
Oh, I don’t have any religious beliefs.
Oh! do not attack me with your watch. A watch is always too fast or too slow. I cannot be dictated to by a watch.
I started ‘Outer Banks,’ because there’s so much hype around it. I saw one episode and I didn’t really continue, but I got to keep going at it. Two of the actors on there were also in ‘Stranger Things,’ and all my friends always ask, ‘Oh my God, you know Madelyn Cline. She was in ‘Stranger Things’ too.’
When we don’t have a boyfriend or girlfriend, we always say, ‘Oh, I’m so lonely. I want a date,’ or something like that. But I think the biggest love we’re all searching for is the love for one’s self.
It’s rare to find someone excited over jury duty. If they’re out there, I’ve never met them. Not a one. When the summons for jury duty arrives in the mail, how many people scream, ‘Yes!’ and run to clear the calendar? None. Our first and only reaction is, ‘Oh, no,’ quickly followed by, ‘How can I get out of this?’
I’ve never met a budget that I couldn’t coax a few extra dollars from – and I’ll bet that you can do the same. For instance, you’re probably buying more minutes and more cable channels than you use. Oh, and how many black skinny jeans do I count in your closet? You have enough money, just the wrong priorities.
Oh, that all the things my father had told me about how disgusting Washington is are true. And again it’s the system – there are lots of nice, well-meaning people there. But it’s a sleazy place. And politics is all about doing favors.
The fact that I didn’t believe in God was something that I just didn’t consider. And then when I did, it was like, ‘Oh yeah, I’m out.’
Oh! I’m a foodie. I think I’m the goddess of food. Even in my sleep, if you wake me up and tell me there’s food, I will get up and eat.
Oh, man, if in real life I was as cool and suave as Coach Taylor and had all the answers, things would be easier.
We’ll go on vacation, but we don’t really care to go see Rome or anything. We just want to play dominoes. We like the fact that we can say, ‘Oh, we went to Rome.’ ‘Well, what’d you do in Rome?’ ‘Played dominoes’.
I don’t want to just be, ‘Oh, he was good back in the day.’ I want to be known as one of the best.
Oh absolutely. I had the pleasure to get to know a lot of really talented young actors before they even really hit it big. And yet what we all had and shared in common was a love for movies.
Some people think that confidence is something that some people just have. Even though I may look confident strutting in a two-piece on a stage, there are days when I’m so nervous, or I feel like, ‘Oh my gosh, I don’t know if I can do this.’
I live my life – I walk the right path – but I can’t be like, ‘Oh, I’m scared of this or that.’
I was brought up by my grandparents. So people go, ‘Oh, what was that like? That must have been hard.’ And you go: ‘No, it wasn’t.’ It was just completely actually normal because the new norm seems to be whatever you make of it, doesn’t it?
I actually love actresses who look like they feel really natural. I like Patricia Clarkson, Laura Linney, Frances McDormand. Those are actresses where the second they show up on screen you’re like, oh my gosh, this movie just got so much better.
There’s a Nina Simone record that I love, ‘Live at Vine Street,’ and she sings flat on it. I can imagine she might’ve told the record label, ‘Oh, God, you’re not releasing that!’ But I’m glad they did.
Oh, how I treasure this freedom. I really do It’s a glorious, wonderful experience. I am off marriage – for life!
I’m not one of those shoppers where I go to a store and I’m like, trying it on, I’m not sure, ‘Oh, can you put this on hold?’ No. It’s either love it or hate it. And it’s the same way with scripts. I usually know within the first 10 pages. If I don’t latch into it by then, then it’s not going to happen.
Oh well, the truth hurts, doesn’t it?
I don’t remember the exact moment I fell in love with snowboarding; it wasn’t something cheesy like, ‘Oh the wind was blowing through my hair and I just knew this sport was for me… ‘ I was good at it, and it’s exhilarating!
It’s not like you can wake up and realize, ‘Oh, I want intimacy,’ and then it happens that day.
It was a sort of weird, troubled road into acting because I had been a bit naughty in school until I did my Highers, and then I was like, ‘Oh, I think I’m going to apply myself and surprise everyone.’