Words matter. These are the best Lunch Quotes from famous people such as John Lydon, Robert Kennedy, Thalia, Prue Leith, Tamra Davis, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Move to Italy. I mean it: they know about living in debt; they don’t care. I stayed out there for five months while I was making a film called ‘Order Of Death,’ and they’ve really got it sussed. Nice cars. Sharp suits. Great food. Stroll into work at 10. Lunch from 12 till three. Leave work at five. That’s living!
Our scientists grapple with the difficulties of placing a man on the moon, but the immediately troubling concern of our society is whether men of different races can sit together at a lunch counter.
When you are doing a TV series, people tell you when you have to wake up and when you have to have lunch, and I don’t like it.
I am very in favour of children having a nap after lunch because then they’re not whiney and grizzly by six o’clock.
Getting four people awake, fed, dressed, and out the door on time is a challenge. Add to that making a school lunch, and you can tilt over the edge. Unless you are well prepared and have a simple method to follow.
I’m a once-a-week grocery shopper; I get everything I need for the week, and then in the morning, I have my breakfast, pack three snacks, my lunch, and drinks to stay hydrated in a little cooler. I always have a snack on hand in case I get hungry throughout the day. I love my little cooler!
I wake up at 5am, by 6am I’m on the way to training. I come back and relax, have lunch, take a little nap, then train again at 4pm for an evening run. Then relax, dinner and bed at 9pm until the next day.
I like to eat Wheaties Fuel for breakfast with fresh fruit and egg whites. For lunch, I like to eat my wife’s ‘homerun chicken,’ which is chicken, rice and vegetables, and for dinner I eat grilled steak or a couple of chicken breasts with rice and vegetables. During the day, I drink OhYeah! protein shakes as a snack.
I wake up usually quite late, just in time for the lunch, especially if I sleep badly during the night.
I had someone a month ago tell me at a campaign lunch that you can’t be a Christian and a Democrat. I think that that view is dissipating very, very fast.
I really am at a place where I think we need to feed every child at school for free and feed them a real school lunch that’s sustainable and nutritious and delicious. It needs to be part of the curriculum of the school in the same way that physical education was part of the curriculum, and all children participated.
Lunch, for me, usually consists of lots of salad and sometimes smoked or grilled salmon, tofu, or feta cheese. I make sure to add a lot of greens to my salad. I accompany this with some dal.
Every day, I ate just one or two things. I wouldn’t stuff too much variety in my daily consumption of food. For example, if I ate dal and moong for lunch, I would eat the same for dinner.
I’ve always had an idealistic streak about storytelling in that I believe we owe more to audiences than repeatedly bludgeoning them over the head while stealing their lunch money. We owe them inspiration. That’s why I’m more interested now in creating new heroes than hooking up jumper cables to old ones.
In the morning, I always eat fruit and yogurt with cereal. And for lunch and dinner, I always have vegetables as a side.
I think that, being on the road, you’ve got your family with you, so there’s no way that you can have a closer feeling to a group of people that you love than when you sit down and have a dinner or a lunch or a breakfast together.
When we went to America, Robin Williams came to the gig, and Mike Myers had lunch with us and wanted to write a film for us. We’re idiots – we turned it down. I think we were just sick of each other at that point. When you get famous, it takes some time to realise it isn’t going to be good.
So I would always try and be the lightest I could. In high school, I really wouldn’t eat. I would only have lunch and I would only have salads. And then it got so crazy as to just eating like a cracker or a cucumber a day and I would feel full.
I get to have Sunday lunch at my mum’s, pick my nephew up from school now and then: it’s a very normal life.
I got an internship with the casting director of The Girl Next Door. I would hold the clipboard and help them in their casting sessions and get them lunch.
My dad always supported me. Sometimes we didn’t have anything to eat for breakfast, but if we could eat lunch and dinner, we weren’t poor.
In an ideal world for me, school lunch would be free for everybody.
My usual day: a green smoothie for breakfast – if I want to get fancy, it’s eggs on arugula – fruit for a snack, a salad with protein for lunch, and fish and quinoa for dinner.
I don’t buy comics anymore, for the most part. I eat my lunch off of them.
For ages, in my lunch hours, I would just go round and choreograph fight scenes. For fun. So now I’m very good at being thrown around. I bounce, in the words of my friends.
I sleep nine hours every night, I have a little nap after lunch, and, if I’m going out for dinner, I sneak in an extra one before I head out.
I’ll be having lunch with my mum and she’ll complain about the paparazzi outside. I tell her that she could have worn a beanie, but of course she never does. She loves it – it’s how she chooses to connect with people. That’s fine, I can respect that. But I’m the opposite. I always have been.
You learn as you grow up, if you’re intelligent – or even three-quarter witted – that there’s no free lunch. You pay for things in various ways. Living, loving, everything else is a matter of the same principles: you learn to work with what you have.
I was such a wallflower in high school. I did a lot of extracurricular theatre shows, but at school, I spent a lot of time by myself. I ate lunch by myself, and I was always okay with it. But I was definitely made fun of, and I always felt like an outsider.
I just like to win. No hard feelings, I’ll still go eat lunch with you after, but I’ll kick your butt and then have lunch with you. That’s the kind of competitor I am.
At school, I’d be the dude singing to the girls, always up in the auditorium, in the lunch room singing Christmas carols, in the halls between class. I was always singing, and same thing with my grandfather. The apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree; you know how that goes.
I had to learn correct portion control. I eat an egg-white omelet for breakfast, shrimp and veggies for lunch, and chicken with asparagus for dinner.
It’s harder to scream at someone you just chatted with at lunch. I mean, if you’re a superb actor, you might be able to do that, but I couldn’t do it.
I just had lunch with Slash two days ago. He loves Axl. He holds no grudges towards him. Twenty years of great music wasn’t created because of some stupid grudge. That’s a shame.
Sidney Poitier was directing a film called ‘Hanky Panky.’ And he said, ‘Do you want to come with me to New York to see Gilda Radner in ‘Lunch Hour’ on Broadway? I said, ‘I don’t need to see her, I love her. I’ve wanted to write something for her for a long time. So it’s OK by me.’
‘Lunch Hour’ is suitable for a teenager.
When the only thing you look forward to in life is lunch, you know you have had your just desserts, and it is time to call it a day.
I was very fond of Princess Diana. She used to have me over to lunch to ask my advice. I’d give her good advice, and she’d say: ‘I entirely agree. Paul, you’re so right.’ Then she’d go and do the opposite.
I never drink coffee at lunch. I find it keeps me awake for the afternoon.
I used to eat lunch with Billy Wilder when I first came out here.
As a recipe tester, it’s really easy to fall into the trap of eating only what I’m testing. Sometimes this is okay, but other times it means four straight days of Buffalo chicken wings, lunch and dinner.
We’re the kind of family that gets together for Sunday lunch. I see my younger sister all the time.
I don’t live in drag… I don’t sit around in negligees and I don’t wear little Adolfo suits to lunch. Of course, if I had a couple of Bob Mackie outfits, things might be different.
From a parent’s right to know what their children are doing, to protecting citizens across the country from the growing threat of gang violence, the House Democrat leadership is simply out to lunch.
I eat the same breakfast and lunch every day, both at my desk. I employ no time-saving tricks at all.
I’m very good about eating breakfast, lunch and dinner.
For lunch I like corned beef, white rice and fried onions, which I’ve eaten for as long as I can remember. My father used to make it; now, no one does it like me.
My favorite subject was lunch time.
I reckon if you stick to the same thing every day for lunch when you are traveling, you know where you are. And it is one less decision to make.
It’s often the guests you don’t expect to be interesting who are the best. On ‘Light Lunch,’ I remember a guest called Ivor Spencer. He was the Royal Toastmaster and he was great, a real good-time guy.
I’m constantly preparing. Material hits me; I’m always writing. I go back and listen to my shows and just prepare and put my set together. But the day of, I like to have some downtime. A nice lunch is important for me.
I want every child in America to eat a nutritious, delicious, sustainably sourced school lunch for free.