Words matter. These are the best Mall Quotes from famous people such as Vanity, Joe Gatto, Sean Doolittle, Randy Johnson, Nick Viall, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I don’t listen to my old music of Vanity’s unless I have to hear it playing in a mall or something place like that.
Sal and I were in the mall just shopping, and we’re walking through this retail store and little old lady goes ‘NO! You’re not gonna get at me.’ We were just shopping. She was looking for cameras, she was like ‘I know who you are, you crazies!’ and she walked away from us.
The National Mall is a special place for my wife and I. We got married on Signers Island in Constitution Gardens. It’s a little spot tucked away on the National Mall. There are lots of places like that where you can find a quiet place to get away from it all.
It’s hard to mix with a crowd when you’re walking down the hallway and everybody else is a foot shorter. I remember hanging out with my friends, like at the mall, and thinking people were staring at me and talking about me. It made me turn inside myself. I became more shy and quiet.
I’ll never take another picture with a mall Santa after having a cup of joe with the confirmed real big guy.
To me I’m just a regular person going to the mall with friends, and now I’m in Forever 21 and I see this random group of girls staring at me and taking pictures. But now I usually have my dad, who is a really tall and intimidating person with me, so he’s kind of my bodyguard.
You’re a sitting duck in a mall if you’re a celebrity. It’s like that scene from ‘Guarding Tess,’ I think it is, where Shirley MacLaine goes to the mall just to feel good about her celebrity.
I am very fond of sports apparel so I used to visit the mall often and get some good shirts or shoes and even have a nice meal with my physiotherapist.
Everybody’s seen a stream or a wood they knew replaced by a strip mall.
If we are to succeed, we must recognize that the community redevelopment is not solely the rehabilitation of housing, or putting a mall in the business strips.
I would love to walk into a mall and see more than two or three stores that cater to women who are a size 14 and up!
I don’t think the Port Authority does a good enough job in anything that they do, quite honestly, but clearly in the area of security. Those cops get paid more than N.Y.P.D. cops, and quite honestly – I know I’m going to get into trouble for saying this – they’re nothing more than mall cops.
In 1990, if I wanted a pair of Calvin Klein jeans I had seen in a magazine, I’d head to the mall, sift through piles of inventory to find my size, try them on, ask the opinion of the often inexperienced sales associate, wait in line to check out, pay, and head home. The process was linear and ripe for improvement.
I just can’t go to the mall. It bothers me that I can’t be outside very often.
I don’t like going to the mall. I’m not really like the other girls. I just like to go out on the golf course and play. Golf is fun and feels really good.
I’m not interested in having the second- or third-largest mall in Cincinnati.
Ronald Reagan never did much to make abortion illegal. He did, however, deliver videotaped greetings, fulsome in praise for his hosts, to antiabortion rallies on the Mall.
Music is just something I find very fun, the way other people find going to the mall is fun – which I do, too, trust me. I love shopping.
I love being in disguise whenever I go to the mall.
I didn’t believe in spiritual homelands, and found God as readily in a strip mall as in a mosque.
To be inside an abandoned mall is surreal. Often times I feel like I’m the last person alive on the planet.
Working Holiday’ goes out to those earning their pay and a half: from retail employees at the mall and the kids selling popcorn at the movies, to the waiters at Chinese restaurants!
In my early campaigns, people would sometimes come up to me at a grocery store or at a shopping mall and say, ‘I know you from somewhere.’
I was the rebel in our family and a child of the eighties. That meant going to the mall.
I like individual scents on a girl, so you always recognize her and you keep her separate from other people in your head. I really love Egyptian musk. I’ve even gone to the mall and sprayed perfumes and just smelled them. I’m creepy. So creepy.
I grew up in the suburbs of Toronto, where everything was in a strip mall.
As a kid growing up, I really hated being alone. I was always that kid that was like, ‘Do you want to hang out? Let’s go to the mall. Let’s go to the movies. Let’s go to the park.’ I would call people and call people and call people. If I was alone when I wasn’t at school, then there was something wrong.
I took a trip to D.C. before the Off Broadway production started, and one of the things that was really telling is that Hamilton has probably the smallest statue in all of the Mall area, and yet he’s got the greatest monument of any of them because we’re all walking around with him in our pockets.
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.
The first bookstore I loved wasn’t a little independent gem nestled in a neighborhood: it was a modest Waldenbooks in our local shopping mall.
I love chocolate, and I love to shop – just give me a good boutique. I like mall scenarios, too, because there’s more right there at hand. I think Nashville could use some better shopping!
I love being a friend to my son. We go to the mall together. We shop. He picks out my clothes. We hang out. We go to different cities together. We like the same music. I think that’s why he appreciates his mom and me so much – we treat him like a friend.
My wife makes fun of me by calling me a grandpa because I have very little patience for inconsiderate children. So if we’re walking in the mall, and some kid goes by really fast on a skateboard, I become the grumpiest eighty-five-year-old man in the world and start screaming at them.
I’m part of that original generation that came up playing video games, that pumped a lot of our allowance into video games. We financed the rise of video games. I started playing them in the Straw Hat Pizza Palace at the Carriage Square Mall in Oxnard, CA.
There’s no way to eloquently put this. I just can’t go to the mall. It bothers me that I can’t be outside very often. And also to not ever be just ‘some girl’ again. Just being some chick at some place, that’s gone.
I wasn’t scouted in the mall as a kid; it just kinda happened naturally ’cause of Instagram and New York and being visible, which is cool. Things just started rolling in. Timing was in my favour ’cause the Internet acted as a catalyst for the fashion industry to change and be more open ’cause people demanded it.
I don’t like going to the mall.
As the first Hispanic female governor in history, little girls often come up to me in the grocery store or the mall. They look and point, and when they get the courage, they ask ‘Are you Susana?’ and they run up and give me a hug.
Like going to my favorite restaurant, it can sometimes get hard. I just can’t go to the mall.
I did work at a mall in college – I think retail/customer service is just one of the most hideous jobs in the world. So I always try to be extra nice when I go into a store. But malls are part of our culture, if you watched any teen comedy in the ’80s. it’s clear that malls are where we live!
I don’t have any focus groups on talent and programming. If I need five people in a mall to be paid $40 to tell me how to do my job, I shouldn’t do my job.
The mall tour was right off of my second record, before it came out. It was very different. I did an acoustic performance every day in a different mall! One interesting thing I remember is playing ‘My Happy Ending’ a lot, and that song was so new that I remember getting emotional.
My favorite days off on the road are typically nowhere, like Bismarck, North Dakota, and you find yourself in a mall, and you’re like, ‘This is awesome!’
Put Jon Hamm in a mall, and more people will go up to the people working at the Burger King than they will to him.
Every time I finish in the top 10, I go to the mall. We have a really sick mall here in Palm Beach, Fla., with a lot of high-end stores. I’ll go in there and impulse buy for a couple of hours.
The ‘Dead’ films allow me to talk about things that a drama, say, won’t. ‘Dawn Of The Dead,’ which was set in a shopping mall, is on one level about consumerism; ‘Land Of The Dead’ is a response to Bush.
I get noticed for different things I’ve done in different areas of town. If I’m in a rock club, it’ll be Skid Row, if I’m in a mall it’s the ‘Gilmore Girls.’
It is not overwhelming, like you are George Clooney, but at the Starbucks, at the 7-Eleven or walking around Manhattan or the Roosevelt Field Mall, I do get recognized. It’s nice.
I could go to the mall with my friends or go to movies or hang out without a care in the world. I could chase girls and not have to worry about whether they want me because they’ve heard my records on the radio.
Shopping malls across the county are dying fast, and my images of them are very nostalgic for most people that grew up attending these malls. These malls were communal spaces. These were gigantic chat rooms before the Internet existed. You went to the mall to meet and communicate with others, not just to shop.