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'Have you ever considered changing the name Nasty Gal?' is probably the dumbest question I've ever heard.
I was terrified and confused every day of my life until I started Nasty Gal, and for a good while after as well.
My entire youth has been Nasty Gal. My entire future is Nasty Gal.
There's scary stuff in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.' There's some really nasty skeletons and dead bodies.
For me, it's great to see 'Gateways' finally make it to the console. Think of it as 'Portal' meets 'Castlevania' as you try to put together your gateway gun before your lab becomes overrun with nasty enemies.
No matter how fine your suit and your shoes, you will remind everyone that you are not yet a grownup man by wearing them with your old college knapsack, in its nasty, nylon glory.
It's really hard when people write nasty things about you all the time. As much as good things are said about you, it's always those one or two bad comments that really stay with you and gnaw at you. I try not to read that stuff if I can.
Sigmund Freud makes people irritable. Whenever someone mentions Freud, say, at a dinner party, I see eyes roll and listen to the nasty remarks that follow.
I think any time anybody says something nasty about you, it's hard to deal with it.
I don't like the way some actors, when playing a nasty character, will try to grab hold of something good about them.
A lot of nasty and untrue things have been said about me.
The studio work is the nasty, tedious, hard and nerve-wracking part, interrupted by moments of exhilaration. Playing live is the chance to actually have some fun and get on a stage.
The Stones were nasty and ugly and doing songs I was familiar with.
I was getting a lot of really nasty feedback about my weight during 'Fargo,' which is unfortunate because I am statistically a completely average-size woman.
I work really hard at these books, and when colleagues write nasty reviews of them, I take it very personally.
I was born in a small suburb of Ilford in a rather nasty housing estate that my mother despised. She had grown up in the country, so when the war came and I was evacuated to Wales she thought I was much better off there.
The worst thing about being the laureate has been the attitude of a tiny minority of adults who haven't liked some of the things I'm supposed to have said and who have used it as an opportunity to be verbally abusive and nasty, but I haven't let it rule my world!
I can still put down some pretty nasty stuff on paper, which is what I enjoy doing.
W. P. Kinsella
Don't paint a nasty picture of your exes. We'll justifiably wonder what made you stay in those heinous situations in the first place.
As a writer, you rely on whatever makes you up as a person, whether those things are twisted and nasty or otherwise.
My mother used to dress me in quite good-taste clothes, and I really wanted things that were sparkly and spangly and trashy and nasty. I don't know if I ever chose fashion; it was just there in me.
I had a big fight in my first week in secondary school. There was a kid in the year above who was nasty to me, and we ended up having a scrap. I can remember thinking that there was going to be some serious bloodshed if we didn't stop, so I made a decision to walk away. It was a difficult thing to do, but the most sensible.
Bobby Kennedy's conduct toward Lyndon Johnson was childish and despicable. As the years went on, he displayed nasty, self-pitying, and messianic qualities that would have made him a dangerously authoritarian president.
I still have the 'New York Post' delivered because it's so garrulous and nasty and wonderful when you read it in print. Some things just don't translate online.
What SF can do better than anything else is show us the range of our possible futures, and what we can do to realize the good ones and avoid the nasty ones.
You hear these horrible stories about the FBI just doing all these nasty things to people. And you know what? In my case, I didn't experience any of that, probably because the way I treated them. I was like, 'Okay, what do you want to know?' So I kept going back to their offices on a regular basis.
Hasan M. Elahi
C. S. Lewis
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You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist.
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