Words matter. These are the best Mates Quotes from famous people such as Christian Horner, Troy Deeney, Tim Henman, Holly Willoughby, Jermaine Jenas, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
What we expect from our drivers, as team mates, is that they show respect for each other and allow one another enough room on the race track.
I always break it down I am three different people. I’m Troy Deeney the footballer, I’m daddy who the kids get to see and I’m Troy which a few of my mates get to see.
It’s always fun catching up with the other players because so many of them were really good mates when I was playing on the main tour. The thing you miss when you give up is that camaraderie that you experienced because, for 35 weeks of the year, it really is a travelling circus.
I talk to my mates about our kids, being too tired and being worn out.
When I talk to my mates, they all have their opinion and though I’m a professional who’s played the game and lived it they still don’t agree with me. Every fan thinks they knows best, every fan is passionate about their club and their team and their points are valid because they watch them all the time.
If you mess around with your mates, you get into rough and tumble then you remember you’re in your mid-40s and you can’t land the way you used to, so it’s great fun.
I get frustrated with companies that present themselves as your mates. They use emojis in the messages they send you, and they’re very casual with their back-and-forth. That doesn’t work if they’ve rinsed you of all your money.
To be teammates in Formula One actually means you are first rivals, not really mates.
When I was younger I started dancing. I picked it up off a couple of mates who were body-popping.
It is always difficult to leave your mates and your club in the middle of the season for another competition.
At 15, I was playing with the C team at Reims and I wanted to leave. It’s a difficult age for a kid – I wanted to go out with my mates, party… girls… that happens to everyone. Luckily, my mum told me: ‘You don’t know what you want, it’s football – it’s your dream and it could be a great job.’ She was right.
I’m a keen musician. Me and my mates have a great times jamming and recording stuff. We have a great band behind us and have turned my nursery-rhyme songs into quite credible pieces of music.
I came back from the Olympic Games, and straightaway, I’m this role model. So that means I can’t mess around with my mates like I used to because, if I do, people are going to use it to knock me down.
It really does mean so much when your cast mates, who you respect so much, tell you that you made them laugh.
When I was a teenager, you were either a punk, a skinhead or a mod, or you weren’t on the scene. Me and my mates were skinheads.
In 2008, I moved to Lyon, one of France’s top clubs. I had some very strong team mates, and I proved to be at their level. I began training very hard and always respecting my coach’s advice.
I’ve got mates who don’t enjoy their work, but I would be sitting here talking about sport anyway.
BBC One’s ‘Noughts and Crosses’ feels like catching up with your oldest mates from home.
People on television have trouble with fame because audiences think they’re their mates.
Your mates are the people who have been around 10 years or more.
Being a comedian, all the stress is there in the moment of doing it. The rest of it is mint: you hang out with your mates, go to the arcades, go to the cinema in the daytime, it’s like being a teenager all the time.
Boys are capital fellows in their own way, among their mates; but they are unwholesome companions for grown people.
My mates and my family know who I am and that’s all I really care about. Making my parents proud and happy.
Ive always done accents and stupid voices. But I went to school in Hampstead, where most of my mates were Jewish, and Jewish North London humour is so clever that I never thought I was funny.
We were great mates. We didn’t really go out together because we never really had the time to go out. But we were with each other all the time anyway because we were working all the time. We could sit down and talk for hours, and we still can. We just understood each other.
Me and my dad are mates now, it is quality, I love it. I feel like we are now on an even keel.
There will be a Jussie Smollett album. I signed to Columbia. So, darling, I’m label mates with Beyonce and Adele and Barbra Streisand.
There is an apparatus set up to protect politicians, but those within that apparatus will have their own political views. I’ve got mates who are police officers and mates who are in the military, and they often have a very different view to the policy they’re asked to carry out.
I remember actually going to see the first ‘Avengers’ with one of my best mates from home. I’d never have dreamed that I’d be in one of these movies, let alone playing Spider-Man.
My girl mates are my minders. They stop people kissing me in clubs.
I really like lads and grew up with two brothers and all of their mates. I’m also close to several actors that I’ve played opposite.
Over the summer, you do have to take that time to relax and go on holiday with your mates and get away from football.
When I go out with my mates I’m never the centre of attention. Most of them, and they’re probably right, keep telling me they’re funnier than I am and I’m nicking their life.
That’s how cricket should be broadcast. Ball-by-ball calling is important but you’ve got to be lighthearted like you’re down the pub with your mates.
I treat people throughout the year, my mates with children, every time I see them I give them 40 quid, or I go to Amazon and get them a gift- no one goes without.
I’ve got a lot of girl mates. Especially when you come to Ibiza and you’re an Ibiza DJ, everyone comes out and they want to see you.
You know, you hear people talk about soul mates? That one person that you see, and that’s it for you? Well, TOMS is the business equivalent of a soul mate for me.
I really enjoy the company of my kids… I’m not one of those people who goes ‘Yeah, my kids are my mates’, that’s a dreadful kind of mother, but I’m fortunate that there are times that they do want me around, and I feel lucky that they let me into their world.
Depeche Mode have never got over their teenage awkwardness with each other. We’re still like that. Mates but not mates. That awkwardness is there, only now we have families and kids.
When have you ever sat down with your mates and said, ‘Look, tell me about your dad?’
I’d be getting texts from my mates saying they’d just got into a club in Liverpool with a fake ID, and what was I doing? I’d have just finished a 20-hour day and be sitting in a hotel room, starving.
I’m very proud to be the first winner of the Indian Grand Prix, but then on the other hand we recently lost two of our mates. I didn’t know Dan Wheldon, but he was big in motorsport, and then this year I got to know Marco Simoncelli, so our thoughts are with them at the moment.
I am not into fashion. I just like being able to buy my mates dinner.
My life at home is super simple. My local bar with my mates, cooking for my mother, making tables, planting vegetables: It’s the classic idea of the artistic existence.
I have been ‘absorbing’ people – their voices, their mannerisms – all my life, to the point where I am a sort of Frankenstein of different people. My own speaking voice is, in fact, a mixture of how my two best mates speak, because they are cool, and I am not.
When I see my old mates they will say, ‘You’re doing well, good on you!’ It kind of blows their minds – it blows my mind too!
My mates are absolute nutters. They’re all Essex boys in the true sense and they definitely keep my feet on the ground.
I watch films. I play the guitar: me and some mates – I wouldn’t dignify it with the term band – get together and play.
A guy playing pool in a pub once said to me that they should put me on the telly. It went in one ear and out the other. But then I started thinking about it. I wondered how it all worked, did you have to be best mates with someone at the BBC who you went to uni with in Oxford?
I started playing football with my mates and my brothers, in the playground or the park or the front garden. It was just about enjoying it, having a good time playing. I wanted to play all the time.
I never talk about me mates behind their backs, you know. I might have a laugh, but whatever I say about them I’ll certainly say it to their faces.
When I go back to see some mates and go back to watch my old teams, you just notice how far you’ve come, and that’s when you really cherish it that bit more.
I had that whole banter with the police. My mates used to make up raps about Dad being a policeman, it’s hilarious.
I speak to my mum and dad about the club, and my uncle and all my mates are big Leeds fans as well. They’re on the up, if you like. It’s a better situation than it was when they were in League One not so long ago.
People can be great competitors on Sunday and mates on Monday.
I often run into wrestlers at comic conventions or wrestling events, and it could be Tito Santana or Demolition, and I’m just flooded with memories. It’s always nice to see one of your old mates, especially the ones who I knew from further back.
It’s so vacuous, this job. You’re constantly looking at pictures of yourself, talking about yourself. Then I come back home, and all my mates want to talk about is me because I’ve been hanging out with Elton John and stuff.