Most Powerful Nice Gesture quotations

I try to do romantic gestures all the time.

For instance, this morning I work up early -- earlier than I would have normally liked to have woken up. Elizabeth [Chambers] was still asleep, so I just laid in bed and cuddled with her for an hour. I just ran my hands over her body. It was nice.

Nice gesture quote The world is full of nice people. If you can't find one, be one.
The world is full of nice people. If you can't find one, be one.

You're here to sweat. This program is live. There's about one thousand million people watching you. So, you remember - one wrong word, one foolish gesture and your whole career could go down in flames. Hold that thought and have a nice night.

Nice gesture quote Don't lose sight of ordinary people with extraordinary hearts.
Don't lose sight of ordinary people with extraordinary hearts.

I think men know to seduce women though words and conversation and nice gestures. That's much sexier than when a man uses muscle.

I've heard the government say many nice things.

But it did make some gestures, like writing human rights protection into the constitution - that surprised me. And it improved the conditions for foreign journalists: It used to be impossible for you to meet with me personally. But there still hasn't been a real improvement in the human rights situation.

Love is not necessarily about grand gestures.

It can be the little things, like someone knows you like a certain food so they pick it up for you. Stuff like that is sweet. It's little things that are nice and thoughtful that you can do every day.

Nice gesture quote When you're not doing so well, vote for a better life for yourself. If you are d
When you're not doing so well, vote for a better life for yourself. If you are doing quite nicely, vote for a better life for others.

I know that when a supersexy older girl with hips and breasts and nice hair wants to take off your glasses and to paint you a smoky eye she's merely trying to enroll you in a beauty contest she's already won. It's a kind of slummy, condescending gesture, like when rich people ask poor people where they summer. To me, this smacks of a blatant, insensitive "let them eat cake" type of chauvinism.