Girls should be brought up to be comrades and helpers, not to be dolls. They should take a real and not a visionary share in the welfare of the nation.— Robert Baden-Powell
Breathtaking Real Girl quotations
My real dream is to have a whole, like, buy a whole piece of land.
Imagine, like, a long driveway. Like, a cul de sac-type street, with maybe, like, seven houses. Me be right here. Have my mom be able to be right here. My brother over here. My girl's grandmother and family right here. Friends over there. That's my real dream.
A real girl isn't perfect and a perfect girl isn't real.
People say i am a genius. I might be one but i am not the only one. There are many other Pakistani girls and boys like me. All those gems need, is a little bit of polishing. And I will do it. That's my aim
...walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.
Yes! I hate everything about this country.
Like, I hate fat white Americans. All the people who are crunched into the middle of America, the real fat and meat of America, are these racist conservative white people who live on their farms. Those little teenage girls who work at Kmart and have a racist grandma — that’s really America.
A boy spends his time finding a girl to sleep with.
A real man spends his time looking for the one worth waking up to.
Real men don't buy girls-they protect them.
We're recruiting real men who have the courage to stand up against this issue.
I want a girl who looks good when she wakes up in the morning.
We could take her face and dip it in dough and she'll make some nice-face cookies. Some girls wake up, man, you could put their face in dough and you'll get a gorilla cookie, for real!
I think pop culture is the greatest subject matter out there - 'Other People's Lives,' as we wrote about on the last Duran Duran album. Most ideas for great songs come from real situations, something your friend said to you the night before, the girl that just left, or something traumatic in your life.
In real life I'm the type of girl who doesn't take herself too seriously.
I'm very serious when it comes to work, but I like to make jokes and have a good laugh and make fun of myself.
There are so many pressures that are put upon young women.
Whatever we can do to alleviate that and help women feel beautiful about who we are inside, which is the only beauty there truly is, is so nice. Let's get down and dirty. Let's be a real girl.
I can do everything skinny girls can do, trust me.
I honestly think Hollywood is getting real. They're saying, 'Hey this is what a lot of America looks like,' a lot of America doesn't wear a size 2. I think the studios and the media are starting to realize that overweight people want something they can relate to, so let's give it to them.
There's a difference between hot women and beautiful women.
Hot women are everywhere; they abound. They are beautified, not beautiful. Beautiful women, on the other hand, are rare and a real mystery. Hotness speaks to our impulses. Beauty speaks to our imagination.
They say real girls aint never perfect, perfect girls aint real.
Well, girls love Justin Bieber... But real women have Letogasms
I've reached a point where I'm comfortable in my own skin, and I do what I need to do, to feel good, but I'm built the way I am. The dancer's feet, the bruises on my legs, they're not going to go away. I think real girls have bruises. Tough chicks get bruised. They get dirty. And they have fun.
If another girl ever steals your man, there's no better revenge than letting her keep him. REAL MEN CAN'T BE STOLEN.
Well in the book Carrie was my alter ego.
In real life, Sarah Jessica and I don't look anything alike. But people do say that we sound alike. Sarah Jessica is an adorable girl and she is very funny.
Defining oneself is a revolutionary act, and, as described in her memoir, Janet Mock fiercely fought to free herself with exquisite bravery and sensitivity. Redefining Realness is full of hope, dreams, and determination. It is a true American girl story.
I don't feel like a dream girl, but I think it's really nice.
I guess a part of me wishes I got that sort of attention in my real life. Because in my real life, I'm this weird, dorky girl who just hangs out with her dog.
I've always found paintings of nudes depressing because they can't compete with photographs. The grainiest photograph of some girl, a blurry Polaroid - you'd rather look at that than the Venus de Milo, because you think, Wow, that's really somebody... This camera really was in front of this real naked lady.
Real girls aren't perfect, and perfect girls aren't real
Im a curvy girl, and Im a real girl.
I went out with this girl the other night, she wore this real slinky number.
..She looked great going down the stairs.
I'm drawn to roles that have real substance, that aren't just the victim or the teenage girl or the girlfriend.
The thing is, I want to play real characters and not all girls can be pretty.
The thing is, you get these girls who say 'I'm a character actor' then you see them in a role and nothing has really changed but the outfit.
I just remember seventh grade as being really difficult, because there's nothing meaner than a girl at that age. You gang up on people, and it's traumatic. It wasn't so bad for me, but there's a woman I know who's still traumatized by junior high. At that age, everything seems like a huge deal, but of course that changes when you get older.
The thing I received from Girl Scouts more than anything else was a sense of real teamwork and working for the community, helping others, and it was not competitive. I remember working as a group to achieve a goal or to help the community. There was a great sense of accomplishment in that.
It was always Marx, Lenin, and revolution - real girl's talk.
I did extensive research on media and anorexia and found out that the fashion magazines are to blame in a way. They project an image of a woman that is completely absurd, but girls and women believe they should be very skinny. They don't look like real woman anymore.
There's still a lot of misogynist pop music out there, and I think that hearing something that's so explicitly feminist and so angry - when we're still growing up in a culture where girls and women are not supposed to be angry - is a real revelation for young women.
Nothing is real except the present, and already, I feel the weight of centuries smothering me. Some girl a hundred years ago once lived as I do. And she is dead. I am the present, but I know I, too, will pass. The high moment, the burning flash, come and are gone, continuous quicksand. And I don’t want to die.
Real ugly girls have it tough. I feel so sorry for them sometimes.
The national policy of promoting abstinence-only programs is a $1.
5 billion failure and teenage girls are paying the real price.