Words matter. These are the best Giggle Quotes from famous people such as Noel Edmonds, Ian Mckellen, Derrick Henry, Jeremy Sumpter, Jonathan Davis, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I always have a giggle.
When I went to lobby Nelson Mandela while the post-apartheid constitution was being drafted, I asked him to endorse making it illegal to discriminate on grounds of sexuality. I’d been warned that he might giggle if I mentioned homosexuality.
Life is not always laughs and giggles.
It’s just certain people that I get the giggles with.
I like reading Ball Tongue lyrics and all that stuff. And they published a book, and I wouldn’t give my lyrics, and it’s all wrong in the book, and I giggle. It’s funny.
I always danced with my father in the living room. He did lifts with me, and he would twirl me around, and we’d laugh and giggle.
What is important is the reliability of my posts being there to greet my fans with a smile or a giggle every morning. That’s how we keep on growing.
My problem on ‘Safe’ was that when I liked something, I would giggle.
I just find little things in life funny, it’s why I giggle during my shows.
I tend to stay in character between scenes… to be rather serious on set, but here’s why, and I think people will find it surprising. I’m one of the worst ‘corpses’ on a movie set, which means you can’t keep a straight face. You start to get the giggles and you can’t stop.
I giggle when I put myself down. It’s just funny to me.
I’m trying to find a little joy and happiness, a lot of giggles – and maybe some pretty shoes.
I don’t take me seriously. If we get some giggles, I don’t mind.
I don’t want my writing to be work to read. My main goal is completely shameless entertainment. I want people to smile and giggle and enjoy the book. I’m not trying to save the world through literature.
When I had my first experiences of choral singing, the dissonance of those close harmonies was so exquisite that I would giggle or I would tear up, and I felt it in a physical way.
I have an appearance on a new TV show called ‘Bar Karma’ on Current TV. I had the most fun ever making this episode. I play someone with a multiple personality, and I think my fans will be surprised and get a real giggle out of it. It’s a new model for TV in that it is interactive with the community.
I’m training to become a giggle doctor. It’s a kind of hospital clown who changes the atmosphere on the ward and helps recovery. It’s about making patients laugh but also much more.
I guess I’m just not the film femme fatale type. I giggle too much. I have freckles and a turned-up nose, and I walk like an athlete.
It’s true: theatre has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. I always liked everything about it. As a child, I used to get so excited about performing, I’d get the giggles.
My sister and I – she’s a musician – we jam all the time. We always play around for giggles with stuff that seem unconventional or stuff that seems funny. A lot of the stuff sometimes is just a response from jam sessions in her room, so she’ll be on the guitar or the keyboard, and we’ll just start singing and doing stuff.
Being hummed at by someone with magic hands while they knead your neck is good for the soul, but it won’t make you giggle for days afterwards. In fact, the second the smiley therapist stops and says, ‘You can put your robe on now, the hour is up,’ the joy and wonder sort of leaves the room.
A child’s giggle tickles me deeply, and it breaks my heart when that begins to disappear. So I do what I can to create opportunities for children to continue to laugh and rediscover their joy.
Since she got a cause and stopped being funny. I think she’s real funny, but lately it’s all been hearts and flowers and tears and saving teenagers and creating a role model. And that ain’t funny. No giggles there.
When I look back at some of the Chicks stuff, it’s the early stuff we did where we kind of giggle and go, ‘You know what? Those were the good old days.’
Being on tour is a giggle.
I literally wear a mask. When I take it off, I’m a father. I’m a husband. I like to come home, and I like to spend time with family, and I like to travel, and I like to have a good time. And I like to be a kid every now and giggle and play with my kids.
You never approach any prof or semi-professional sport as a hit and giggle.
Funnily enough, I had a real giggle with Gary Oldman when we were doing an interview together for ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.’ Because I joked I was probably the only British actor who wasn’t in the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise. The same is true of ‘Game of Thrones.’ Also ‘Star Wars.’
I remember nearly having a fit of the giggles during the reading because dear Daniel was SO respectful and serious and I was finding the whole situation funny because I was speaking to his profile.
It’s a good giggle to look back at yourself in your 20s. You thought you were so fierce and fabulous, and it’s just embarrassing.
The process was remarkably cathartic. I’d sit and listen to my father’s voice – having not heard some of these tapes for 30 years and hearing his voice laying me down for a nap, our giggles and cooking dinner – and I remembered all those wonderful days. Normal days.
I was brought up by very witty people who were dealing with quite difficult things: disease and death… I was brought up by people who tended to giggle at funerals.
I was Gerti Giggles in ‘Spy Kids.’
I will not play tug o’ war. I’d rather play hug o’ war. Where everyone hugs instead of tugs, Where everyone giggles and rolls on the rug, Where everyone kisses, and everyone grins, and everyone cuddles, and everyone wins.
Some say that Cusk has no sense of humour, but expecting giggles from this writer would be akin to expecting sonnets from Benny Hill.