When I talk about my husband, I feel as if people roll their eyes. It's like when you're 16 and order a martini, and the waiter says, 'Do you think I'm stupid?'. They can't grasp that I'm old enough to be married.

By : Megan Fox 0 Likes          


I thought that I was going to have to pay them to do what I wanted to do, that was how much fun I was having. You're 20 years old and you're hanging out with rock stars and going to fabulous parties, and then you talk about it!

By : Daisy Fuentes

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What I have to do now is figure where my passion is, and follow my heart

By : Clara Hughes

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I probably have fundamentally antisocial tendencies. I never took one extracurricular activity. I just failed utterly at that level. Part of me still rebels against that.

By : Maya Lin

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If I had to choose criteria, for me, it's about first the director. I want to be a part of something that's good and intellectually challenging. After the director it's the character and the story. That's the deal for me.

By : Giovanni Ribisi

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Who promised you that only for joy were you brought to this earth?

By : Anna Freud

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We're not earthly beings any more... we're cosmic beings.

By : Eden Ahbez

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I started acting in my parents living room when I was five years old.

By : Megan Gallagher

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My sisters were going out with artists and poets, and eventually it was the creative world which attracted me.

By : Luc Ferrari

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Gymnastics uses every single part of your body, every little tiny muscle that you never even knew.

By : Shannon Miller

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Many years ago, I concluded that a few hair shirts were part of the mental wardrobe of every man. The president differs from other men in that he has a more extensive wardrobe.

By : Herbert Hoover

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I look at everything in an artistic way.

By : Tony Curtis

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Most times when people pitch you as being perfect for a part... they don't look at you as an actor who can transform. A lot of people are so literal.

By : Catherine Keener

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