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Guys Can’t Compete ..
I worship women, and I have always felt safer when I am around them.

Women are much smarter than men.
I conceded that long ago.

Women should be in charge of everything.
They should be the presidents of every country in the world.
Guys can’t compete.
They just kind of run through life messing things up.

( Bruce Willis )

I love to move fast, and wearing high heels was tough, and low heels with a skirt is unattractive.
So pants took over.

( Katharine Hepburn )

Big girls need big diamonds.
( Elizabeth Taylor )

All the qualities that have helped to keep our freedom intact twice already during this sad century will once more be our strength.
( Part of a speech written for the Queen in 1983, but not used )

Glamour is not all low-cut gowns and the slinky look.
Blue jeans can still make you look attractive.
( Marilyn Monroe )

I think the most important thing a woman can have, next to her talent, is her hairdresser.
( Joan Collins )

I believe in an America where millions of Americans believe in an America that’s the America millions of Americans believe in.
That’s the America I love.

( Mitt Romney, January 2012 )

I like gowns that are tight enough to show I’m a woman but loose enough to show I’m a lady.
( Mae West )

I have become aware of just how fragile life is.
We walk in the sunlight, ignoring the shadows.
( Jackie Ashley )

I Wake Up Every Day Loving Life ..
Fame makes you more of an outcast because people think they can’t relate to you.

I have to figure out if there’s an ulterior motive in people wanting to know me and it makes it hard to trust anyone.
I’ve had my same best friends since I was eight years old and I keep my friend base small and close to me.
I wake up every day loving life and being thankful for what I have, and even if something horrible happens, there’s always someone who has it worse.
No matter how hard something is, I always try to find the silver lining.
( Chloe Grace Moretz )

If a person is gay and seeks God and has goodwill, who am I to judge him?
( Pope Francis )

Be yourself.
The world worships the original.

( Ingrid Bergman )

Our enemies are innovative and resourceful and so are we.
They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.
( George W Bush, 2004 )

Even when I’m home alone, I wear my lipstick.
I feel naked without it.
( Bette Davis )

Personally, I’m loyal to blue, black and white.
Very bright shades seem blatant and harsh to me on the street.
I invariably want to turn and walk in the opposite direction from them.
They are like harsh, discordant voices.
( Joan Crawford )

I believe we are on an irreversible trend toward more freedom and democracy.
But that could change.

( Dan Quayle, 1989 )

I’d rather have a few dresses of very fine material than a whole closetful of fussy, cheap-looking things.
I find you don’t tire of anything that is lovely in quality and line.

It saves you money in the long run to get a good dress of which you’re always proud and use it for two or three years.
( Jean Harlow )

Too Many Celebs Would Sell Their Souls ..
Being famous is very lonely.

I don’t have a huge circle of friends, but the ones I do have are really close to me.
I’ve been let down really badly by a couple of friends in recent years who I thought were genuine but I then found out were selling stories about me, which was devastating.
They betrayed me and that just makes them evil.
No one – and I mean no one – has told me to lose weight, and they wouldn’t dare either.
I’m never going to be a size zero and I wouldn’t want to be.
There’s a tremendous amount of pressure in this industry to be a stick insect but it’s not an issue that concerns me.
Too many celebs would sell their souls to the Devil just to get in the papers.
I have no desire to be ‘famous’ like that.
I didn’t when I won The X Factor and I still don’t.
The public don’t need to know every nuance of your life – it’s possible to give them a little insight and still have a normal, private life.
I almost gave it all up.
After leaving stage school, I had several years of working in boring, dead-end jobs to fund studio time so I could record a demo album, but I never landed a contract.
Just as I was about to admit defeat and take a break from music to go to university, I was persuaded to audition for The X Factor.
Sometimes you just never know where your break is going to come from.
( Leona Lewis )

I was brought up in a country where men risked their lives to save the lives of others.
That was a period in our history that has almost ceased.
( Coroner Michael Rose after paramedics refused to jump into a water-filled ditch to save a man due to health and safety )

Nothing makes a woman more beautiful than the belief that she is beautiful.
Beauty is how you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes.
It is not something physical.
( Sophia Loren )

I am not worried about the deficit.
It is big enough to take care of itself.

( Ronald Reagan, 1980s )

Shoes are more important than suits and dresses.
Good shoes give elegance to your entire appearance.
Buy one pair of good shoes instead of three pairs of bad quality.
( Marlene Dietrich )

The more toppings a man has on his pizza, I believe the more manly he is.
A manly man don’t want it piled high with vegetables.
He would call that a sissy pizza.
( Herman Cain, 2011 )

Hats!
They always made the face appear in close-ups like a wonderfully framed picture.

( Audrey Hepburn )

I’ll be long gone before some smart person ever figures out what happened inside this Oval office.
( George W Bush, 2008 )

I Believe In Miracles ..
At the age of 13 I was on holiday in Moscow with my mother.
It was the only trip I took in my whole childhood.
We stepped off a metro train and were approached by a talent scout who told me that she wanted to sign me to her modelling agency.
That was the start of everything for me.
If I hadn’t been a model I couldn’t have become a movie actress.
If I’d stepped off the train a minute later, maybe none of this would have happened.
To me, that chance meeting was a miracle, like something from a fairy tale.
( Olga Kurylenko )

I Was A Big Star Wars Fan ..
I was very popular at school, quite the entertainer.
You have to be when you’re a little person, otherwise you’ll be constantly left out.
I never got called any names, except Mavis Davis, not a major problem.
The 16-year-old me wouldn’t be surprised he ended up doing lots of comedy, I always had that in me.
No one treated me any differently.
Occasionally at school my height was an issue, cricket wasn’t great, the ball bounced around my head.
But I was even encouraged to do the long jump, even though I rarely reached the sand.
And I loved that.
My grandmother heard a radio announcement when I was 11, asking for people under 4ft to be in the new Star Wars film, Return of the Jedi.
I was a big Star Wars fan so I got very excited and my mum took me along.
I was very small, only 2ft 11.
I think that’s what persuaded them.
So I got the part.
No audition, they just looked at me, then sent me to get a costume.
( Warwick Davis, The Big Issue, December 2012 )

An Atheist And A little Girl ..
An atheist was seated next to a little girl on an airplane and he turned to her and said, “Do you want to talk? Flights go quicker if you strike up a conversation with your fellow passenger”.
The little girl, who had just started to read her book, replied to the total stranger, “What would you want to talk about?”

“Oh, I don’t know,” said the atheist. “How about why there is no God, or no Heaven or Hell, or no life after death?” as he smiled smugly.
“Okay,” she said. “Those could be interesting topics but let me ask you a question first. A horse, a cow, and a deer all eat the same stuff – grass. Yet a deer excretes little pellets, while a cow turns out a flat patty, but a horse produces clumps. Why do you suppose that is?”
The atheist, visibly surprised by the little girl’s intelligence, thinks about it and says, “Hmmm, I have no idea.”

To which the little girl replies, “Do you really feel qualified to discuss God, Heaven and Hell, or life after death, when you don’t know shit?”
And then she went back to reading her book.

When the President does it, that means it’s not illegal.
( Richard Nixon, 1977 )

I always notice a woman’s complexion first.
I think it’s the most important feature.
You can’t be beautiful without beautiful skin.
There’s no way to look young if your skin gets old.
( Mae West )

Things are more like they are now than they have ever been.
( Gerald Ford, 1973 )

Name-Calling Is Small Stuff ..
Personally, I find it very hard to care about being called fat.
Of course, when someone calls me fat, there is a chance they’re doing it from a place of superiority and strength.
They could well be beautiful, intelligent, and successful in both bedroom and boardroom.
On the other hand, they could be unattractive, dumb and a flop in both, in which case they’re probably somewhat miffed that I’ve had such a jammy, lush time of it.

When I look in the mirror, I see an ambulatory archive of all the fun I’ve had – all the lush liquid lunches with mates, and all the gorgeous evenings on the sofa with my husband guzzling pizza and ice cream.
I know I’m going to die anyway.

I know of so many people who have died young after following all the boring rules for an alleged healthy life and also of so many people who seem old before their time because they live in fear of death.
I am never going to be convinced by any amount of government bumpf to change my wicked ways.

Historically, we lard-buckets have been known for being cheery coves.
If we can’t have a laugh, especially at ourselves and our own gluttony, we might as well be mopey old self-slashers and self-starvers.
Say it loud – I’m fat and, if not exactly proud, then more than happy with such a no-nonsense description.

( Julie Burchill )

Find your own style and have the courage to stick to it.
Choose your clothes for your way of life.
Make wardrobe as versatile as an actress.
It should be able to play many roles.
Find your happiest colours – the ones that make you feel good.
Care for your clothes, like the good friends they are.
( Joan Crawford )

The right dress can triumph over any situation, build any mood, create any illusion, and make any woman into the sort of person which she most desires to be.
( Norma Shearer )

If I Was Madonna ..
Even as a kid I had a need for justice.
I could so easily be depressed or have a hard life.
Even in LA I see all the homeless people on the street and it affects me.
The only way to combat those feelings is to do something.
If I was Madonna, I would be gifting people left, right and centre.
Same if I was Oprah.
Your money could go so far in so many places.

( Susan Sarandon )

George W Bush did a incredible job in the presidency, defending us from freedom.
( Rick Perry, 2010 )

I belong to the traditional French school of wearing black as the most elegant.
White suits me best.
it’s good for my eyes and my hair.

( Dolores Del Rio )

I don’t know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians.
We’ve had an earthquake.
We’ve had a hurricane.

He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?’
Listen to the American people because the American people are roaring right now.
They know government is on a morbid obesity diet and we’ve got to rein in the spending.
( Michelle Bachmann, 2011 )

My hobbies in dress are shoes and hats.
I’ve given more thought to them, studied them more carefully than I have my dresses because they make or mar an outfit.
( Joan Crawford )

I Thought He Was Crazy ..
I was blessed to know what I wanted to do early in life.
Music and spirituality run hand in hand.
The great thing about life is that we can never predict futures or read minds.
Music has kept me interested right up until now.
I did ten years studying and this clergyman took me out of the church and said, “You’re not a priest, my friend. You look like a rock star, go and be one. One song is a thousand prayers and you don’t have to wear a collar to be a good man”.
He told me, “You’ll probably do more on that side than you will over here. Go and have a family”.
I thought he was crazy.

Then I met a girl (Jasmine Al-Fayed) and three months later she was pregnant.
( Noah Francis Johnson )

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