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I do like having my ears pierced, because there's a lot more choice in pierced earrings than there is with clip-ons, and they're a lot more comfortable to wear - Sometimes I completely forget I've got them in and end up going to sleep wearing them.
When you put on the glasses in a 3-D movie they just kind of sit there and you forget about them.
I think it's a common misconception in the civilian community that the military community is filled with just drills and discipline and pain. They forget that these are humans who are in an abnormal situation.
And it was under Wilson that the first great propaganda slogan was coined and emblazoned everywhere, to make Americans start thinking favorably of democracies and forget that we had a republic.
Robert W. Welch, Jr.
I love fried okra. The fact that it's okra makes me feel like it's good for you - I forget the fact that it's fried.
We work for the families back home, we do not work for the lobbyists that prowl the halls of the capital building, do not forget who we work for.
When making music I sink myself into the process as deeply as I can and forget all of the success.
There are just hundreds of people that have inspired and influenced me in a number of different ways. First of all, you can't forget your parents and all they've done to help you to get here.
Michael P. Anderson
Playing and fun are not the same thing, though when we grow up we may forget that and find ourselves mixing up playing with happiness. There can be a kind of amnesia about the seriousness of playing, especially when we played by ourselves.
I may not remember the name of a book's author, but let it be clear, what I will not forget is the violence, the poverty and the desperation that Mexico is living through.
Enrique Pena Nieto
It's wonderful to move forward technologically, but we cannot forget that we are human beings who thrive on relationships, who thrive on interconnectivity, who thrive on sharing your feelings and emotions.
I think one of the things that people tend to forget is that poets do write out of life. It isn't some set piece that then gets put up on the shelf, but that the impetus, the real instigation for poetry is everything that's happening around us.
Acting is half shame, half glory. Shame at exhibiting yourself, glory when you can forget yourself.
When it's your chance to step up to the plate, just hit it out of the park, and everybody will forget about everything that came before.
'Globalization' has become the great tag phrase, but when we talk about it, it's nearly always in terms of the global marketplace or communications technology - either data or goods that are whizzing around. We forget that people are whizzing around more and more. On them, it takes a toll.
Most people forget that you have to create relationships. The allure of the first years settles down, and at that moment, you better start creating it; otherwise, you're going to lose out.
Surely it is much more generous to forgive and remember, than to forgive and forget.
Some people see life as many steps up and try to forget where they are coming from, you understand? A little step in life on a commercial or a material level is a good step, but a big step does not mean a strong step - you tend to lose your roots - and if you don't be careful, you can fall.
There is nothing on earth so easy as to forget, if a person chooses to set about it. I'm sure I have as much forgot your poor, dear uncle, as if he had never existed; and I thought it my duty to do so.
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
There's so much more to life than that, though I think that acting is fascinating because you can forget your own sorrow as you act and become somebody else.
If kids can forget their own mothers but still have a sense of comrade Lenin, then Soviet power really is here to stay!
It's not name dropping, but not many people can say, like me, that they spent the day with the likes of Francis Bacon or that boring drunk Dylan Thomas. You don't forget things like that.
You don't forget crises and neither does the Queen.
If you have donated, these children may never know your name, but they will never forget your kindness.
I think it's really important for me not to forget where I came from.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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