It's a weird scene. You win a few baseball games and all of a sudden you're surrounded by reporters and TV men with cameras asking you about Vietnam and race relations.
It's going to be really weird when I'm 80 years old, in a walker, and people are still calling me America's sweetheart. We need a new one.
It's weird not to be weird
It was a weird mix of emotions. One day, your best friend could be killed. The day before, you could be celebrating him getting a brand-new bike.
I always felt as a kid that I was underappreciated, invisible or weird, but I've always secretly thought people would one day appreciate what is different about me. I'm always putting that message out there.
I've always felt that if something is polarizing, that's usually the stuff I like the most. If something is taking a chance and is willing to be weird, that's my favorite thing. I know there's somebody out there who hates it.
To be weird is... to be braved and to be strong and to be against the flow and that is wonderful condition.
There was a scene cut out of 'Big Fat Liar' (2002) where I had to wear a dress.
This may sound kind of weird, but I really enjoyed shooting that scene.
It's weird, I actually like doing interviews now.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.
We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.
Everyone says I'm like the girl next door... Y'all must have really weird neighbors!
I'm still figuring out why people would want to look at me.
Maybe it's generic beauty, but it's weird to be valued for something I was born with.
At this point I've got a bit of a track record.
So people realize that when 'Weird Al' wants to go parody, it's not meant to make them look bad... it's meant to be a tribute.
For the first time, the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our cultural norms, even our cultural ideal.
It is a little weird now, going over to Heath's place.
It's like, 'Hi Heath, hi Nomes.' Very strange!
Our lives are not as limited as we think they are;
the world is a wonderfully weird place; consensual reality is significantly flawed; no institution can be trusted, but love does work; all things are possible; and we all could be happy and fulfilled if we only had the guts to be truly free and the wisdom to shrink our egos and quit taking ourselves so damn seriously.
It never got weird enough for me.
It's weird, I never wish anything bad upon anybody, except two or three old girlfriends.
As I said, men value their independence in a weird way, above practically everything.
Nowadays, everybody wanna be weird. We know how to manifest being weird.
Where's your will to be weird?
You get weird and unsettling behaviour in the country.
Pregnant women! They had that weird frisson, an aura of magic that combined awkwardly with an earthy sense of duty. Mundane, because they were nothing unique on the suburban streets; ethereal because their attention was ever somewhere else. Whatever you said was trivial. And they had that preciousness which they imposed wherever they went, compelling attention, constantly reminding you that they carried the future inside, its contours already drawn, but veiled, private, an inner secret.
We are in the process of creating what deserves to be called the idiot culture.
Not an idiot sub-culture, which every society has bubbling beneath the surface and which can provide harmless fun; but the culture itself. For the first time, the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our cultural norm, even our cultural ideal.
Language is political. That's why you and me, my Brother and Sister, that's why we supposed to choke our natural self into the weird, lying, barbarous, unreal, white speech and writing habits that the schools lay down like holy law. Because, in other words, the powerful don't play; they mean to keep that power, and those who are the powerless (you and me) better shape up --mimic/ape/suck --in the very image of the powerful, or the powerful will destroy you --you and our children.
Live life fully while you're here. Experience everything. Take care of yourself and your friends. Have fun, be crazy, be weird. Go out and screw up! You're going to anyway, so you might as well enjoy the process. Take the opportunity to learn from your mistakes: find the cause of your problem and eliminate it. Don't try to be perfect; just be an excellent example of being human.
When a woman is very, very bad, she is awful, but when a man is correspondingly good, he is weird.
Myths and legends die hard in America.
We love them for the extra dimension they provide, the illusion of near-infinite possibility to erase the narrow confines of most men's reality. Weird heroes and mould-breaking champions exist as living proof to those who need it that the tyranny of the rat race is not yet final.
The UN is not just a product of do-gooders.
It is harshly real. The day will come when men will see the U.N. and what it means clearly. Everything will be all right -- you know when? When people, just people, stop thinking of the United Nations as a weird Picasso abstraction, and see it as a drawing they made themselves.
The logic of worldly success rests on a fallacy: the strange error that our perfection depends on the thoughts and opinions and applause of other men! A weird life it is, indeed, to be living always in somebody else's imagination, as if that were the only place in which one could at last become real.
There is a weird power in a spoken word.
. . . And a word carries far--very far--deals destruction through time as the bullets go flying through space.
Even in my own life, there are memories I have that are difficult to explain - happenings that are so odd and unaccountably weird, that it is difficult to imagine they were not the result of prolonged and frequent contact with aliens throughout my life.
Our family was too strange and weird for even Santa Claus to come visit .
.. Santa, who was jolly - but, let's face it, he was also very judgmental.
I used to think that anyone doing anything weird was weird.
I suddenly realized that anyone doing anything weird wasn't weird at all and it was the people saying they were weird that were weird.
There are so many little places I want to play, sometimes weird places I think would be fun to play... a bar that's half full.
Absolutely, it's a really weird stage because at the minute, I can walk down the street and be unrecognised, lead a normal life, but my label and everybody is warning me that will be changing and I'm in for a rollercoaster ride.
Amanda Bynes and I have become close since filming 'Hairspray.
' It's so weird because I grew up watching her.
It's nice having your work recognized but having people follow you around is kinda weird.
I have worried about getting pigeon-holed, but now I think I've done enough weird, offbeat stuff not to be. And I also know that I do things for the right reasons: I've made my money, so I don't have to say yes to anything.
It is a weird feeling to have people go, "Hey Chris" like they know me.
But, number one, 99 percent of my experiences have been really cool. People couldn't be nicer and more positive.
I came to America to become an architect.
And somewhere along the line while I was still in school, I was lured into theater, and that's how I became interested in theater. My first play was something called "A Banquet for the Moon." It was a weird play.
I enjoy catching our show whenever I can.
It does get very weird to watch myself, it's always been that way, but at the same time, it's part of my job to see what kind of job I'm doing and to get a perspective on where I'm taking the character.
I was always talking in weird voices from the time I was two.
I guess I just found a way to keep doing it! I did get a degree in theater and took some voice-over classes... but most of it is just the same stuff I was doing as a kid!