Words matter. These are the best Being Mean Quotes from famous people such as Rachel Lindsay, Phil Dunster, Geri Halliwell, Fred Armisen, Tim Gunn, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
It’s so unfortunate because people have become so comfortable being mean.
Some people make up for the awkwardness by being mean.
I think it’s unnecessary to be mean for the sake of being mean, but I do believe you have to be truthful, but with love.
When you’re being mean to someone, you can feel the audience just get cold.
I found early on in teaching, if you’re too blunt an instrument, the students discredit you and think you’re just being mean. They’re not interested in what you have to say.
I’m not a phony-friendly guy and I’m usually very quiet and not a big laugher, so some people might take that for rudeness and being mean. If anyone ever got that impression, I apologize. I love all my fans and really appreciate all their support!
It doesn’t make you feel very good being mean and fierce; it is much nicer playing people who are kind and sweet.
I try to be kind, and I try to reflect that in my comedy, but I’m also incredibly bad at being mean. I can’t pull it off effectively, so I always end up reverting back to politeness.
I’m sure I tried being mean at one point, and I don’t think it worked. It’s too much work.
Being mean about other people isn’t on my radar.
Being mean just for being mean’s sake isn’t funny.
I think being mean to people in high school is healthy. It’s sort of like you’re in this situation with all these other kids and sometimes you need to get your aggression out. And if you’d had people be mean to you before, it really does build character.
I’m trying to be entertaining without being mean.
Being stupid and compassionate are not conflicts. Being mean and being funny and having something to say are not a conflict.
We need to make sure that we have an honest, honest conversation and that we engage honest practices around how racism operates in this country. It’s not just about people being mean to each other.
I think I’m lucky, in a way, because with the criticism I get online, it’s mostly from really young girls that are fans of One Direction, and they’re kind of already known for being mean online. So the things that they insult me with are things that don’t really bother me.
I go to movies with my children and see fat kids burping, parents portrayed as total morons, and kids being mean and materialistic, and I feel it’s really slim pickin’s out there. There’s a little dribble of a moral tacked on, but the story is not about that.
I don’t believe in being mean to anyone. I’m a really peaceful person. That’s something I get from my family.