Words matter. These are the best Regular People Quotes from famous people such as Ed O’Brien, Brett Favre, Alan Jackson, Ed Reed, Drew Carey, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
What is so refreshing playing with Neil Finn and all his friends is these people think exactly the same – regular people doing their thing and separating the music from the business.
Well I would say that we’re regular people first of all and we’re normal and it’s obvious by some of the things that have happened just because our name is famous we’re not immune to tragedy.
Growing up in Georgia, I used to think people up north or out west were so different. They’re really not. They’re just regular people who live in small towns. They grow up and try to raise families and have a job and go to church and play softball. It’s that way everywhere.
We are human and regular people at the end of the day. We’re not immune from the trials and tribulations that go on through life.
I love the normalcy of Cleveland. There’s regular people there.
Ego is one of the biggest weapons that is used to take us down. It’s self-destructive. It’s a problem on all levels – even regular people can have big ego problems.
We expect our leaders to be godlike. But I feel that when people try to sanctify leadership, it puts it out of the realm of regular people. And that’s where the greatest leaders come from – from the people.
The fact of the matter is that people don’t understand that football players are regular people just like them. And half of them don’t understand the business. And most of them just want you to entertain them.
One of the worst things to come out of the Consumer Protection Board’s misleading claims is the impression that government resources are to hard to get and just aren’t available for regular people like you and I.
I get the hypocrisy thing, but any human being is allowed to have a public and private face, and celebrities should have the same rights as regular people to decide what cards they lay down and what cards they hide.
Children and teenagers don’t easily relate to stories about kings and dukes, and to tell only stories about kings and dukes is to ignore the regular people.
We’ve got to tell our stories to influence culture, and we have to get more people elected who have faced challenges like domestic violence, working minimum-wage jobs, wondering how to get food on the table… regular people.
Regular people should not underestimate people who are small. In every aspect, they can do the things that normal people can.
I always looked at rock & roll as the voice of regular people, of an economic group not in charge.
I’m really into the human interest thing. I really like regular people.
I didn’t know anything about writers. It never occurred to me they were regular people and that I could grow up to become one, even though I loved to make up stories inside my head.
‘Robopocalypse’ explores the intertwined fates of regular people who face a future filled with murderous machines. It follows them as humanity foments the robot uprising, fails to recognize the coming storm, and then is rocked to the core by methodical, crippling attacks.
The drivers are regular people that come from all over the country. I think the sports fans can relate to them.
When it comes to politics, comedians read between the lines and see hypocrisies and half-truths. And we report those things to regular people who go, ‘I noticed that, too!’ or ‘You’re right, that doesn’t make sense!’
When I came to Berkeley, I met all these Nobel laureates and I got to know that they were regular people. They were very smart and very motivated and worked very hard, but they were still humans, whereas before they were kind of mythical creatures to me.
Hollywood views regular people as children, and they think they’re the smart ones who need to tell the idiots out there how to be.
I want to be a champion for the people I have fought for all my life – regular people.
Astronauts are like these mythic legends, but really, they are just regular people, people who wear chinos.
Oh, I see people everywhere. Some are celebs, but most of my friends are just regular people. The thing is, even celebs are normal people too. Just people.
I’m thankful for all the things that this job has given me and my family. But probably the thing that I am most proud of throughout my career is that, not only myself, but my family and the people around me have just been regular people, which we are.
With everybody having a Facebook and a Twitter, I feel like regular people consider themselves stars. It’s a live, real-time upload of every time we buy a pair of socks, the most telling sign that we’re losing our politeness. When you know everything about somebody, you can talk to them any way you please.
I’m a big John Steinbeck fan. Cormac McCarthy. I’ve always loved the stories of regular people. Mark Twain, too. When you look back at some of the epic writers of our country’s history, very rarely do you find upper-class royalty. We seem to delve into the struggle of life and the labor of life much more frequently.
Peter Parker is sort of our ground-level view of this Marvel universe. You know what it’s like to be in the penthouse with Tony Stark or have this god-like view like Thor, and I want to show what it’s like for regular people in this world.
I don’t care what anybody says: a pro athlete is going to be a role model. I tried to use that as a positive influence, to let kids know we are regular people.
Sometimes, it takes leaving to gain some perspective. I see that clearly every time I leave Washington, D.C., and return to Indiana. I see the bizarre bubble that seems to enclose the Beltway and makes people forget what regular people care about.
Regular people laugh harder. Industry people are stuffy, very judgmental.
The biggest problem in our government is that even those people who are there that are good and well-intended, there’s too many people in positions to write legislation who have never experienced the challenges of regular people.
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.
There’s a certain irreverent, populist ‘realness’ to Donald Trump’s much-maligned Twitter account and off-the-cuff remarks to the press. His down-to-earth style is out of place in the Washington, D.C. swamp-world of uptight professional politicians, but that’s exactly what makes him so appealing to regular people.
The government is corrupted. It’s corrupted. It is not about regular people.
To me, the most emotional thing is to see regular people wearing our clothes. Yes, sometimes I see our clothes on somebody, and I think, ‘No!’, but you can’t stop someone in the street and say, ‘Please go home and change.’
We don’t have to treat homosexuals like they are aliens living amongst us. They are regular people.
There’s a bigger percentage of good cops than bad cops. But the bad cops should be penalised like regular people.
I find inspiration in what artists and regular people on the street wear, but I’m also very influenced by what I like to wear since I style myself.
From drug companies to health insurers to Wall Street banks, big corporations are spending millions to buy influence in Washington and drown out the voices of regular people.