The best way to describe myself would be...unpredictable.— Kendrick Lamar
Cheering Describe Myself quotations
Obsessed is a word the lazy use to describe the dedicated.
I describe myself as a simple Buddhist monk. No more, no less.
I don't feel any pressure from fans. But I'm always in some kind of state of emotional turmoil. I would not describe myself as happy-go-lucky. That's not to say that I'm not happy.
Be careful what you say. Words do not only describe reality. Words create reality.
The most genius ideas are in the minds of children and lunatics.
I describe myself as somewhere in between.
Whenever I hear someone describe something as a 'kids movie' or a 'family movie,' it immediately has a negative connotation in my mind because I think, 'Well, as an adult, I wouldn't go see it by myself, because it's purely for children and it holds nothing for me and it's simplistic and it's kind of easy.'
I'd have described myself as a Tolkien reader before this, but now I'd describe myself as a Tolkien geek.
All cruel people describe themselves as paragons of frankness.
A 'naughty pickle' is how I'd best describe myself.
I think fun and laughter is the whole point of life.
I think that without sushi there would be no David Hasselhoff, because sushi is like the perfect way of describing the insides of David Hasselhoff. He is like a protein, clean and easy. That's how I feel about myself.
I love myself so much, I simply cannot describe it.
Obsessed is just a word lazy use to describe the dedicated.
I love the idea of God, but it's not stylistically in keeping with the way I function. I would describe myself as an enthusiastic agnostic who would be happy to be shown that there is a God. I can see that people who believe in God are happier. ... But I doubt.
And sometimes I have kept my feelings to myself, because I could find no language to describe them in.
You get tough when you grow up unloved.
People described me as a boyish girl - rather shy, but I didn't show it. I had an attitude. I was rather wild. I lied a lot because I knew the alternative was to be punished. As I got older I realised I didn't have to lie any more and it was a nice feeling. I could be myself.
Immature: a word boring people use to describe fun people.
I cringed when I heard myself described as a Jazz singer.
I've always thought of myself as a Jazz vocalist.
When I am before the Blessed Sacrament I feel such a lively faith that I can't describe it. Christ in the Eucharist is almost tangible to me...When it is time for me to leave, I have to tear myself away from His sacred presence.
I want to describe myself, not be described by others.
To withdraw from creatures and repose with Jesus in the Tabernacle is my delight; there I can hide myself and seek rest. There I find a life which I cannot describe, a joy which I cannot make others comprehend, a peace such as is found only under the hospitable roof of our best Friend.
It's not a field, I think, for people who need to have success every day: if you can't live with a nightly sort of disaster, you should get out. I wouldn't describe myself as lacking in confidence, but I would just say that the ghosts you chase you never catch.
I have a 10,000-year-old brain and the boogers of a 7-year-old. That's how I describe myself.
I represent the mixed race community, which I think gets left out a lot.
I always describe myself as being mixed race.
I still describe myself as a Christian, and my love of God and my relationship with God is fundamental, but its manifestations in my life and the practices of it are constantly changing. I find incredible freedom in my faith.
I prefer other people to make judgments about the way I play and to characterize me, rather me describe myself.
I know what kind of things I myself have been irritated by in detective stories.
They are often about one or two persons, but they don't describe anything in the society outside.
I would describe myself as emotional and highly strung.
If something upsets me, it really upsets me. If something makes me angry, I get really angry. But it's all very upfront. I can't hide it. I'm also loyal and I hope I'm fun.
I can make any type of music, so I wouldn't want to describe myself as having one type of sound. I think music is about keeping it diverse.
When I try to describe myself to God I say, 'Lord, remember me? Black? Female? Six-foot tall? The writer?' And I almost always get God's attention.
Ironically, often the thing that keeps me from experiencing joy is my preoccupation with self. The very selfishness that keeps me from pouring myself out for the joy of others also keeps me from noticing and delighting in the myriad small gifts God offers each day. This is why Walker Percy describes boredom as "the self stuffed with the self."
People ask me to describe myself, but it's a very personal thing. You don't feel comfortable.
I wouldn't describe myself as lacking in confidence, but I would just say that - the ghosts you chase you never catch.
The novel I am constantly writing is always the same one, and it might be described as a variously sliced-up or torn-apart book of myself.
If I where to describe myself in one word, a new word should be made.
The Buddhists say there are 149 ways to God.
I'm not looking for God, only for myself, and that is far more complicated. God has had a great deal written about Him; nothing has been written about me. God is bigger, like my mother, easier to find, even in the dark. I could be anywhere, and since I can't describe myself I can't ask for help.
I'd describe myself as a sexual libertarian - but I'm not a libertine.
"To each his own" is my motto.
I like to describe myself as a proudly visible member of the most invisible segments of our society - older women.
I should probably never describe myself as adorable.
I'd basically described myself: a quiet, studious bookworm who would go to bed at a decent hour. A non-partier who wouldn't bring a parade of boys through our room, or make it the floor headquarters for beer pong.