I was slicking my hair back when I was in sixth grade.— G-Eazy
Cheering Sixth Grade quotations
A person is up-graded and degraded by his attitude.
A fourth-grade reader may be a sixth-grade mathematician.
The grade is an administrative device which does violence to the nature of the developmental process.
My sister taught me everything I really need to know, and she was only in sixth grade at the time.
I quit school in the sixth grade because of pneumonia.
Not because I had it, but because I couldn't spell it.
My first job was in sixth grade, sweeping the clay tennis courts at the yacht club near my house, which I was not a member of. Always had to pay my own rent. But I don't really have any concept of how money works. I don't know how much things cost. Like a BMW. Or a quart of milk. It's embarrassing.
I've been playing youth basketball ever since I was in sixth grade;
I've been traveling ever since I was in sixth grade, so I'm used to it.
In sixth grade, my basketball team made it to the league championships.
In double overtime, with three seconds left, I rebounded the ball and passed it - to the wrong team! They scored at the buzzer and we lost the game. To this day, I still have nightmares!
When Paul and I were first friends, starting in the sixth grade and seventh grade, we would sing a little together and we would make up radio shows and become disc jockeys on our home wire recorder. And then came rock and roll.
My school friends are really understanding and still want to hang out with me.
Ever since I was in sixth grade, I was at the gym every day to work out while my friends were getting their nails done or going to the mall. I used to feel left out, but I don't anymore.
Sixth grade was a big time, in my childhood, of hoops and friendship, and coming up with funny things.
I went to a public school through sixth grade, and being good at tests wasn't cool.
This actress named Lisa Eilbacher. I was up for the part in Shampoo and friends of mine kept telling me she was going around saying all these bad things about me. It's like we're still in the sixth grade sometimes.
My first dunk was actually in sixth grade.
Otis was inspired by a boy who sat across the aisle from me in sixth grade.
He was a lively person. My best friend appears in assorted books in various disguises.
My grandfather could barely read. My grandmother had a sixth-grade education. They were people who were industrious. They were frugal.
I think families are so great, because when you go home, no matter what you've accomplished in your life, you still are the person you were in sixth grade to them. You know, it never really changes.
I grew up in Dallas, with cowboys. I was the only guy in sixth grade with long hair and an earring. Let's just say I got a lot of, er, flak for being different.
By the time I was in sixth grade I could bound every country in the world from memory.
When I was in sixth grade, I wanted to become a priest.
What I became a comedian for was to get my art out.
To get some of these feelings and things I had on my chest out. I don't care if people believe them, listen to them, change their ways, or think, or any of that kind of crap. I'm interested in showing off. I'm the same kid from sixth grade who stood up and said "watch this."
I taught sixth grade for three and a half years.
You see, I went to the sixth grade and that was the highest I ever went.
I liked this girl in my sixth grade class. I dared her to kiss me -- but she didn't!
I'm actually the last person to ask about school.
I kinda ducked out at 12, before all that stuff might have happened. I left school after sixth grade and was basically home-schooled after that.
In the summer after sixth grade, I took a class at St.
Robert Bellarmine. My first role, I was the villain in a play, and I forgot all my lines. I think I cried my way through the performance.
When my sixth grade teacher opened the class with subtle praise for the guardsmen shooting four people to death at Kent State, I'd given up arguing with her by that point. But I was very riled up inside and vowed that I would never forget that.
The sixth grade made my life successful by preparing me for the seventh and the seventh by preparing me for the eighth and so on. May it do the same for you.
Prior to being bullied, I was a very footloose sixth-grader.
You know, I was quirky, I was creative - I really felt good in my own body. And when I was bullied in seventh grade, my self-esteem tanked.
My first memory of the Rolling Stones is listening to 'Satisfaction' at a sixth-grade slumber party at a friend's house in Ankara, Turkey, where my family was living at the time. In the middle of our sleepover, my friend's dad stopped the record when he heard the words 'girlie action!'
I was at a public school until I was in sixth grade when I moved to New York.
I had my two front teeth knocked out by a sixth grader in first grade.
Okay, so, when I was a kid, definitely the drawings and the illustration.
Then I stopped in sixth grade or so. And then I started again when I was in my twenties. I really didn't progress since then, so the way I draw is the way I drew in sixth grade.
I was in the sixth grade and living in Germany, when I was hanging out late with some friends. I turned around, and there's a dude dressed up as Michael Myers following us all the way home. It was the scariest thing ever, and it always reminds me of Halloween. In my mind, I was so young, so I really thought it was Mike Myers following me home.
I was born 50 years after slavery, in 1913.
I was allowed to read. My mother, who was a teacher, taught me when I was a very young child. The first school I attended was a small building that went from first to sixth grade. There was one teacher for all of the students. There could be anywhere from 50 to 60 students of all different ages.
I'm drawn to real-life characters. A lot of the characters I play, I've had in me since second grade. I've been dragging them around my entire life, and then sometimes I marry them with different people. But seldom have I really come up with a new character. In my head it's like, "I'll pull that person out that I've been doing since sixth grade and see where they're at right now.".