I have some road rage inside of me. Traffic, especially in L.A., is a pet peeve of mine.— Katie Holmes
Surprising Pet Peeve quotations
That is so personal, and it’s my pet peeve when people press you on it.
And it’s always women who get asked! Is anybody saying that to George Clooney?
My biggest pet peeve is when a girl says, "I'm not into drama.
" Why are you even mentioning it?! That's dramatic in itself!
My biggest pet peeve is inconsiderate people.
Women saying "I'm not a feminist" is my greatest pet peeve.
Do you believe that women should be paid the same for doing the same jobs? Do you believe that women should be allowed to leave the house? Do you think that women and men both deserve equal rights? Great, then you're a feminist.
I don't have pet peeves like some people. I have whole kennels of irritation.
I could probably give you a list of a dozen pet peeves I have about my own physicality and why I couldn't get a second date.
Being successful is about professionalism, and chewing gum is unprofessional.
Its also a huge pet peeve of mine.
Did I ever tell you my pet peeve?' No,' I said.
People who dress up their pets to look like Little Lord Fauntleroys or cowboys, clowns, ballerinas. As if it's not enough just to be a dog or cat or turtle.
Individual grievances and pet peeves have got to go by the wayside.
Generally, you don't have to worry about the guys who are playing every day, it's the guys who are sitting on the bench that are the ones that get needles in their pants.
My biggest pet peeve are just girls who go to sports bars who have no intention on caring what teams are playing, like they're looking for just a night out. That drives me more crazy than anything else. Like, don't pretend to be a sports fan.
Peeves do not make very good pets.
Talking, texting or tweeting on your phone is the worst in any social situation.
I went to a lunch during Paris Fashion Week, and I managed to steal a few moments with Lee Radziwill - who I think is perhaps the classiest woman alive - and she said this is her biggest pet peeve too. So I'm in good company.
The history of English is full of that, lots of things done with good intentions that 200 years down the road have resulted in a giant mess, where someone's pet peeves - like John Dryden and his hatred of terminal prepositions - could become real standards.
Seafood is one of my biggest pet peeves.
I would say I don't like people who are really into themselves or are very materialistic. Just always talking themselves up. Not being real is the pet peeve. Be true to yourself.
I don't think there's anything that I would really baulk at doing on-screen.
I don't think so. I've got certain pet peeves about writing... my pet peeve about reading scripts is when they give you a line reading and there'll be a line but next to your character's name it'll say 'very angry'. But I'm like: "Well, I'll decide that actually!" So, there's little things like that. That's a slight pet peeve.
One of my pet peeves is that when people are in their automobiles, I think they're exceptionally rude on the road. I would love to have the superpower to make their cars break down after they do something rude on the road so the freeways would be littered with these jackasses who have broken-down cars.
Here's my pet peeve: The not-so-unstated rule that all women are only to be treated as sexual objects and gawked at-you know, sitting up against a car, washing something, bending over, licking something. That just drives me crazy.
In a print interview, as you may or may not know, they [editors] can do whatever they want. And they do. This is why most people are more hesitant to do print, because they can change it, and they do change it. They even change things that are in quotation marks, which is a pet peeve of mine. I've said to numerous reporters, "Would you read me back my direct quotes?" And they always say no. They always say that's against the policy.
My pet peeve is hearing a knock on the bathroom door followed by the familiar words, 'What are you doing in there?
One of my biggest pet peeves is that I just don't like it when characters do things that are funny to the writer, but you don't know why they're doing it and it doesn't make any sense.
I have a pet peeve about bands that don't play their hits. I think it's kind of selfish.
Serving the reader by working cooperatively with the writer? Sometimes throwing 'the rules' out the window? Clearing the decks of pet peeves, mythical prohibitions and intractability? That is subversive. And welcome.
Peeves do not make very good pets.
Truth be told, ginormous portions have become a pet peeve of mine.
I have the same pet peeve as Anderson Cooper, which is bare feet in public.
I hate it. It so grosses me out, especially in New York. Oh my God, New York in the summer with people and their feet in their sandals and their flip-flops, like get it away!
One of my pet peeves is that sometimes the talents of my band get overlooked because, and it was the same problem that Frank Zappa had, with a lot of groups that use humor, people don't realize there's a lot of craft behind the comedy.
My pet peeve and my goal in life is to somehow get an adjective for 'integrity' in the dictionary. 'Truthful' doesn't really cover it, or 'genuine.' It should be like 'integritus.'
Face flushed, I shook my head and stared at my white-knuckled grip on the bed.
Of all my pet peeves, condescending adults were probably at the top of the list.
It looks as if I was thinking what you were thinking.
" "Actually, you weren't. I was really thinking I needed to ask you a question." "What was that?" "Do you think we should ask Goatee Guy how to find the caterer?" I smiled at him innocently as his eyebrows pratically met above his nose. "I am never going to share my pet peeves with you again."