Words matter. These are the best Regular Person Quotes from famous people such as Daniel H. Wilson, Rebecca Black, Jhene Aiko, Sarah Cooper, Ray Lewis, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Right now, we have the most complex relationship with technology that we’ve ever had. Your regular person has more technology in their life now than the whole world had 100 years ago.
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.
I just like being a regular person.
One of the best things you can do to get on an engineer’s good side is make him feel as much like a regular person as possible, without insulting his intelligence. Say things like, ‘You’re too cool to be an engineer,’ or ‘Nice kicks!’ or ‘You don’t seem lonely at all.’ Note: This only works on male engineers.
There’s nothing I’m doing to my body that a regular person is not doing to theirs outside of just running into somebody at full speed.
Realizing you’re not anything special to the kids is always a great sort of reminder that you’re just a regular person. A regular, embarrassing old mom.
It’s inspiring, I think, for women out there to see I’m a regular person. I am the every woman who’s struggled with my weight.
I’m a regular person with an extraordinary job.
I think what I do differently from a lot of TV chefs is that I break down barriers and make fine food more accessible to the regular person, who might be intimidated. I try hard, particularly with wine, to make it not intimidating. It’s sort of a teaching job.
I love being with my family and just being a regular person.
I am just like any regular person. I am a fun-loving guy, which is reflected in my acting. I love to spend time with my family like any other person.
People say, like, ‘Are you a regular person?’ ‘Well, I’m not a robot, if that’s what you’re asking, I really am a person.’
I’ve always been a huge fan of the Batman universe and Batman, since I was born really. I think the reasoning for that is because he doesn’t have a superpower – he has no special ability. He’s just a regular person, a regular human.
The trajectory of nearly all technology follows this downward and widening path: by the time a regular person is able to create his own TV network, it doesn’t matter anymore that I have or am on a network.
During the years I was growing up, I was trying very hard to be a regular person.
Rosa Parks was the queen mother of a movement whose single act of heroism sparked the movement for freedom, justice and equality. Her greatest contribution is that she told us a regular person can make a difference.
In terms of being a vessel for female empowerment and a role model for young girls, I take it on gladly and seriously, but I hope people remember that I’m just a regular person, and I’m not going to be perfect.
I’m just a regular person, like any other ordinary person is.
I wouldn’t be able to compare ‘X Factor’ and ‘Indian Idol’ as I wasn’t a judge on the former. But there will never be another show like ‘Indian Idol’ as Indians connect with the struggle, pain and victory of a regular person on a show that allows them to choose the winner.
In 2013, I started playing Fara Sherazi on ‘Homeland.’ I love playing her, not just because she’s a strong woman, but because for the first time, a Muslim woman is being portrayed on television as a regular person, rather than a cliche or collection of stereotypes.
When you glorify yourself to the point where you can’t relate to a regular person, then you distort your expectations and your values.
I can’t relate to people who treat me as a ‘famous person.’ I only like to hang around with people who treat me as a regular person because that’s what I am. All people are really just regular.
I’m not a goddess, for crying out loud. I’m a regular person who took feminism – which I have a deep connection to – and mixed it with music, which I really love to do.
I love clothes, but I love them in a very ‘regular person’ way.
I’m a regular person. I know a lot of people love being famous. I don’t like it. I’m just chillin’. YouknowwhatI’msayin’?
Sometimes I’m happy – you can tell via Twitter. Sometimes I’m pissed off – you can tell via Twitter. I just think, at the end of the day, I don’t want them to see me as a celebrity; I just want them to see me and say, ‘He’s like a regular person at his job right now who’s mad.’
When you’re young, it’s all about the society of school and being cool, but they don’t understand that somebody can be different and live a different lifestyle and still be a regular person. I was the same way when I was a kid.
Sometimes you get caught up in what’s going on around you. The reality is that you are just a regular person. At some point, the career will be over, the bright lights turn off. That can come back to haunt you if you’re not just a regular guy.
Someone once said that to make a regular person laugh, you need to dress a guy up like an old lady and push him down the stairs. To make a comedy writer laugh, you have to push a real old lady down the stairs. I don’t know who that’s attributed to. I think it’s Aristophanes. Or Catherine the Great.
I identify with the regular person, because that is who I am.
Pretty much everywhere I go, I’m pretty much thinking I’m going to be bounced. I am still the outsider who snuck into the party. I identify with the regular person, because that is who I am.
Conservatives, they’re like the Republicans to me. They don’t do much. They have this whole hierarchy and boys’ club thing going on. That doesn’t help the regular person.
I don’t wear a lot of makeup ever, even when I do interviews or when I’m on TV. I just keep it me, and I think it’s important to show people I’m a regular person and regular people are beautiful, too.