Words matter. These are the best Teased Quotes from famous people such as Josh Gondelman, Lauren London, Rob McClure, Kurt Angle, Ashton Sanders, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Sure, sometimes I get teased for being the guy who likes everything, but I don’t think of myself as someone apart from this world.
I do remember being teased by my cousins on my mom’s side for not being black enough. And then I’d spend the summer with my dad and be sent to all white summer camps where I was ‘that black girl.’
I get teased a lot for my optimism.
I teased Randy Orton because he started using my finish, the Angle Slam. I said, ‘Hey, I don’t mind you using it, but at least give it a name.’ When he hits it, the announcers just say, ‘Well, he just hit that… thing.’
Anything that’s outside the standard of the average black male is looked down upon. For me, I wasn’t raised playing sports. I was artistic, so that was looked down upon by people in my church, and I was teased for that growing up in school, so it goes both ways.
At school, I got teased because I was so thin and awkward-looking.
All children are born with stars in their eyes, and they are curious. It is important for teachers to be careful not to kill this curiosity. A lot can go wrong. Children can be teased, even by teachers.
I was teased horribly as a child and beaten up a lot.
I used to be teased for the way I wore my hair at school. I used to do things like wear a different-colored sock on each leg.
I got teased my entire school life. What they were picking on I don’t even understand.
I was teased if I brought my books home. I would take a paper bag to the library and put the books in the bag and bring them home. Not that I was that concerned about them teasing me – because I would hit them in a heartbeat. But I felt a little ashamed, having books.
I paid for my name a lot when I was growing up because other kids teased me.
I was a fat kid. I can laugh now. But I got teased about being an Oompa Loompa and stuff like that.
When you’re a kid growing up, and you think you’re gay, you know that you’re different; you’re often teased and it can really destroy your self-esteem. But sports can be great for building self-esteem.
I was teased relentlessly when I was a kid about my voice, so it’s kind of nice that now I’m making a lot of money with it.
In British culture, redheads get teased at school. But I’ve grown up enough to realize I love my hair.
I, in middle school, started really, really liking country music because it tells a story. It’s really dramatic; I’m really dramatic. There’s a lot of emotion. It was like, ‘This is a perfect fit,’ and I was teased mercilessly for it.
In ’87, I was about 9 years old, and so at that point I was wearing, like, fluorescent green T-shirts and acid-wash jeans and leg warmers, and my hair was in a ponytail with a scrunchie and I had the teased bangs that were up in a rainbow shape. It was crazy.
I’ve been a wrestling fan my whole life, and for so many years a lot of us have been, for lack of a better word, bullied. We’ve been teased, kidded, eyes rolled from our peers and family members. ‘You watch wrestling?!?’ I see my shows as a safe zone, a safe haven.
I remember when I was young, there was an older boy who was physically and mentally disabled. He had a speech impediment and walked with difficulty. The boys used to make fun of him. They teased and taunted him until sometimes he would cry.
I’ll always be the baby in the family. I’m the youngest sister, but growing up with so many boys, it makes you tough. You get teased. There’s no tiptoeing around each other. You say it the way it is; you’re honest.
I have not taken my good looks seriously from the beginning. When I would be teased by my friends about my looks, I would just make a self-deprecating remark and let it pass.
I have a very small platform, and if I can use that to reach some kid who’s teased for being effeminate or likes clothes, then I’ve done my job.
When you’re younger, being a redhead is… Well, my two brothers teased me no end.
Being named Michael Jordan – I think growing up playing sports and having a name like Michael Jordan – and I was extremely competitive – I used to get teased a lot. But it made me want to strive for greatness and be able to compete at whatever I decided to do.
My legs are nice, my lips are shapely, and my breasts are pretty. They popped up when I was 11 and they weren’t small then. I was teased, but now those kids wish they had what I have!
I see the people who teased me on Facebook, and they look like hell.
Each song has its own secret that’s different from another song, and each has its own life. Sometimes it has to be teased out, whereas other times it might come fast. There are no laws about songwriting or producing. It depends on what you’re doing, not just who you’re doing.
I was teased a lot, growing up, because of my skin tone.
I think I used comedy as a mechanism: if I could make the other kids laugh, I wouldn’t get beaten up or teased as much.
My mother sent me to speech classes, but the other kids still teased me. I was shy. I stooped. Instead of talking, I kept journals. That’s where my love of words comes from. I majored in journalism.
At school I got teased because I was so thin and awkward-looking. But the girls on TV looked similar to me. I would say to my mum, ‘The girls at school are teasing me, but I look like those girls on TV.’
I do not love to be printed on every occasion, much less to be dunned and teased by foreigners about mathematical things or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them when I should be about the king’s business.