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Artists are very young, and say, Um, ok, to these industry dudes.
I’ve always been into bearded dudes.
Premo is one of those producers that I’ve always had a lot of respect for. I’ve always thought that he’s just extremely talented. More importantly, he’s one of those dudes that just sticks to his formula, like if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Every girl is a singer. I wanted to learn the solos and play lead guitar. I would meticulously teach myself solos so when dudes were like, ‘Oh, you’re a girl, you can’t play guitar,’ I could rip these insane Telecaster blues solos and tell them, ‘Yeah, I can burn up a fret board.’
I grew up around a bunch of rappers and street dudes and they were always like: ‘yo! She’s a little different but she’s her.’ They respected it because you know it wasn’t forced, I wasn’t posing to be something I wasn’t.
Whether you hear me come out with another album or whether you hear any one of the Clan members, we’re always going to involve everybody. When I look at ‘Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, Part II,’ I look at that as a Wu album. You feel me? Even though it was my brand and my thing that I done, I had my dudes on it.
The industry is starting to be more open to what we do. I just don’t want us to be boxed in whatever people assume Christian rap should be. We’re dudes who love hip hop, and we love Jesus, and that’s going to be apparent in our music.
I don’t mind being with a bunch of chicks. I’m around boys non-stop. I’m totally cool having a break from dudes.
A lot of street dudes, you know their grandma go to church every Sunday. A lot of people in the pen, a lot of that come from them running away from that. They seen they grandma always going to church, mama always going to church, but they still struggling. This the reality of some peoples’ life.
I love acting. I was one of those dudes that was always in the plays in the church and at school.
In high school, I didn’t date awesome dudes.
I studied jazz at home with my grandparents. They always had jazz dudes at the house, but I didn’t study formally. I just hung around a lot of musicians.
When I said that I make out with dudes, there was a slight sense of sexual rebellion in that. And I probably even made it a bigger deal than it was.
It’s understandable why TV hasn’t been diverse because a lot of TV writers are white dudes from Harvard. And white dudes from Harvard aren’t going to immediately want to write about trans issues. They’re not immediately going to want to write about a Filipino family.
I always give RZA that support as far as saying he brought Wu-Tang to the table. It was his philosophy. He picked certain dudes to be part of this group, and he said, ‘This is what it’s going to be called.’
The first director who ever allowed me to shoot a film for him was a male. He was a gay male. My first feature also came from him. I worked for a lot of dudes at NYU.
When I watch a show, and it’s only six white dudes that are the leads, and I’m just supposed to be interested and relate somehow, that’s just not that interesting to me.
When I’m not in the booth, I’m one of the most laid-back guys. But growing up, I liked DMX, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, and T.I. – dudes that went all out on the track. My first songs were energetic because I liked their energy.
I’m a fun song maker. I love to make people smile. I also love to see them big, burly dudes crying because their wives’ song is ‘Die a Happy Man.’
Somewhere along the line, a concert became a variety show. It was no longer enough for four dudes to play together in front of some guitar amps. Costume changes, an army of dancers, and Broadway theatrics suddenly became standard for a ‘concert.’
I ain’t gonna lie: I have dude fans; most of my fans are dudes.
Usually, I spar with dudes. When I spar with girls, I worry about how they’re feeling, what they’re thinking. I care.
I’m just grateful. I’m grateful for my family, my wife, and our health. I’m grateful to be in a band of brothers that I love so, so, so much. I’m grateful that this magical combination of dudes makes music that people like and moves them.
If there’s five dudes on a song, probably three of them are only really good.
I used to get butterflies when I’d see big dudes. I don’t get butterflies no more.
Carol Burnett, Gilda Radner, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are my comedic influences. I like a lot of dudes, too, like Bill Murray and Will Ferrell.
I ended up moving downtown with these three dudes that I didn’t really know. I came into the house, and I didn’t realize how things worked. From, like, 15-18, I was just fighting them. I fought, like, every day, and these were, like, older dudes. It was every man for himself.
The Toast’s audience is about 30-35 percent male, which shocked me because I would say that we actively try to discourage men from reading our site. Apparently, there’s not insignificant number of dudes out there who think that what we are doing is okay.
We’ve all grown wary of being lied to online – let’s face it, dudes are always exaggerating their heights – so trust is a hot commodity.
I can’t tell you how many 30-year-old dudes believe they should be senator or president. Women, we’re like, ‘Well, maybe after ten years of working…’ No. Just run for the office you want to run for and run on the issue you want to fix.
Like, when they say to me, ‘Screamin’ A.’ – I’m the only dude on the air who’s loud? I know plenty of white dudes who are screaming and going off. They’re called passionate. I’m called loud.
Most of my friends are straight dudes. I talk to them about girls. I don’t talk to girls about girls; I don’t talk to gay girls about girls.
It’s awesome that you have a female CFO and a female GC, but if you look at the investing partners, and it’s 15 dudes, I do think those people are going to get left behind if they don’t get with where the world is going.
Oney Lorcan is such a hard-hitting dude, just like me. We go in there, two hard-hitting dudes, and the crowd are going to be taken aback, and that’s our goal.
If Joy Behar or Sherri Shepherd was a dude, they’d be off TV. They’re not funny enough for dudes. What if Roseanne Barr was a dude? Think we’d know who she was?
There is a difference between looking all right in a shirt and taking the shirt off. The older that us dudes get, the more the paunch has to be worked on. It’s hard.
It was kind of like, ‘Who’s gonna wanna watch a show about four fat dudes in a pawnshop?’
A lot of dudes have success, overnight success or one-year success but not many have ten, fifteen, twenty in this game so when you can do that is when I look up to you.
I got a lot of fans, like core fans, that love me. I ain’t one of the dudes that sell five or 10 million brackets, but my followers are stern. They’re there. My fans – Jadakiss fans, LOX fans, D-Block fans – they loyal.
I would have these massive eating sessions with my chef friends where we’d go out for a whole day and eat all of the things, and it never occurred to me once that all of my friends are dudes who are six-foot-something or 150 kilos. I would just match them to the toe.
You come into the NBA, dudes are trying to come after you. You’re a rookie. They look at you as fresh meat.
I can hang with the dudes because I love beef and baseball and driving fast and flirting. I understand where men are coming from, and I’m interested in typically male endeavors. But I can also wear the short skirt and cheerlead.
It hasn’t been a conscious thing, like, ‘I don’t want to listen to a bunch of dudes,’ but I genuinely like music by women better.
These dudes were 30 years old, and they would compete about getting the best chick. That came before their friendships. Some of them treat women like they’re objects. I never felt like that.
I came to L.A. when I was 19, and my two roommates were blue-eyed, blond dudes. I helped coach them, and they both landed pilots.
All my close friends are normal dudes and then I will hang out with some girl who is a musician and everyone thinks that’s what it’s all about.
When I was growing up, I was a big Ultimate Warrior fan; I liked Macho Man Randy Savage and a lot of other bad dudes.
There was a time where I knew I was as funny as many dudes, but I had people telling me, ‘You have to wear a dress onstage. You need to be more feminine.’
I got the name Lil Baby because I always hung around older dudes.
Scandinavian rap started in the ’90s, off the back of Run DMC, and it was a bunch of Swedish dudes doing the same thing.
It should be if you’re a good singer and a good songwriter, you should have your spot. You get everybody trying to release the prettiest guy, but that doesn’t mean they’re the best artist. Most of the time the true artists are just normal old dudes.
A lot of these dudes in metal, they’re just mad at the world because, like… who even knows?
I’m over dudes trying to look like they’re in boy bands.
I feel like the job of an artist is to confront their own darkness and their own demons and fears. And I want to make movies that feel human up on the screen. I don’t really relate to dudes wearing spandex and capes.
The team that I had built was all white dudes with the same perspective on things that was at times comfortable and easy, but we weren’t as innovative as our competitors.
Just like when I was in the NFL, you’ve got to find those smaller dudes – and when you get your hands on them, it’s bad news – all day.
Pretty much all bowlers are nice dudes.
Were the Rolling Stones good looking? Well, Jagger was, but the rest of the dudes? Maybe not so much.
I was a youngster looking up to dudes like Vicky McClure, Joe Dempsie and Michael Socha – in fact, he was a big influence on how I was able to detach drama from the all-singing, all-dancing stigma.
The Hulk has an awesome superpower. He turns into this giant monster that can eliminate several dudes at once.
I thought that I wouldn’t be able to make it because I’m a girl, but I think it was just a subconscious feeling. Pretty much every gig I went to was a band with four dudes.
I really dig Tom Ford. It fits big dudes, but it’s the cleanest, most elegant-looking clothing ever.
After the Texas Playboys and during that time, I had this band in college that I was in called Thrift Store Cowboys. It was me and a couple other dudes would write the songs.
I just like playing guys, normal dudes. That’s the stuff that I really enjoy watching: when it feels grounded.
Dudes know I’m not a threat. Chicks know I’m not a threat.
I started playing music around 13 or 14, played jazz in high school, and played other stuff in college. After college, I tried to make it as a musician. I lived in a big squalid house full of dudes outside of Boston. We were all musicians. We built this studio in the basement and played there all hours of the day.
I always wanted to be in a band with a bunch of dudes who loved Green Day and all that.
Some dudes get stubborn and get characterized as, you know, you getting a couple of dollars, selling a couple records, your flow is alright and the people got you gassed, and then you start putting yourself in a bubble and you don’t want to blend in with the new and what’s going on.
I remember when I was a kid and I used to go and see Queen play live. It was like there was Queen the album band, and then Queen the four dudes on stage playing the songs on stage, and it never lacked anything to me when it was just the four dudes playing the big songs.
The neighbor’s kid was bullying my kid. Crossing the line. Threatening him all the time. I went over there to tell him what was going on. I had on flip-flops. I wasn’t there to fight. It was a misunderstanding between a couple of dudes where one thing led to another.
When I first came to comics, it was, like, dudes. The feeling, the air, the presence is overwhelmingly male.
I played a little football when I was really young, but I didn’t start until my junior year. My cousin, who was a big influence in my athletic career over time, said you should go out for receiver. I said let’s give it a shot. I went out and played a little and caught a couple balls over a couple dudes heads.
Climbing a big wall over several days is like running a giant construction project: constantly making lists, rigging ropes, organising food, figuring out camera angles – but you’re in this crazy place with your best friends, and it does take on a party atmosphere sometimes, like a big dudes’ camping trip.
Dudes like me, where I’m from with my sound, don’t get signed! It ain’t like labels in and out of Detroit and it’s a guarantee and I got talent that everybody sees.
Everybody’s family plays them music, and my grandma used to play a lot of old-school stuff, like Ron Isley and Gladys Knight. Earth, Wind & Fire is the one I started paying attention to. My uncle introduced me to R&B, like Dru Hill, 112 and all those dudes.
I play real men that I can identify with. I have a lot of guys tell me that they relate to me because I represent the real, everyday dudes.
There was a time when I thought dudes had friendship all figured out. The focus on eating things in front of giant screens, pretending to punch one another, competing over who can utter the grossest and most profane personal insults imaginable – this struck me as the very apex of human social exchange.
I love it when these Internet dudes say to me, ‘Hey man, we just want to be ‘content neutral.’
George Jones, Johnny Paycheck all them dudes they’re respected and they were twice as crazy as I’ll ever be.
It’s passing strange that Obama, carried to a second term by women, blacks and Latinos, chooses to give away the plumiest Cabinet and White House jobs to white dudes.
I’ve changed my whole angle for dance. I’m moving towards moving back rather than hanging out with my peers. I’m reaching back to older dudes for a second.
On my Instagram, lots of people tag me in photos of just dudes with beards, and they’re like, ‘Oh my God, I met Chet Faker’ and I’m like, ‘That doesn’t even look like me.’
If you’re brave enough to search ‘Franchesca Ramsey’ on YouTube, you’ll find a sea of ranting white dudes pinning the ‘angry black woman’ stereotype onto my smiling face.
I get messages from 21-year old white dudes who have just gotten out of an expensive college and say ‘Hey can I pick your brain?’ and I have nothing to say to them because A. They already have all the advantages and B. My advice would be the same as anyone else: Go do open mics.
I want to come back and do talk. I want to do late-night talk the right way. Arsenio ain’t there anymore, and the late-night talk competition is weak. All them dudes is weak. I don’t even know who they are. Weirdos, and I don’t even care. I want to bring real fun back to late night where a real comedian is doing it.
I want make sure I’m showing up for the people I’m really close to and my family, and so finding a balance is really important. But I don’t want to quit drag at all. I want to be 90 years old and I want them to prop me up in the doorway and have hot dudes dance around me like Mae West. I really do!
I hang out with dudes a lot. I can relate to being the guys girl.
My heroes were Eddie Van Halen – especially after Van Halen I, II, III, and IV – Randy Rhoads, Ace Frehley and dudes like that. My brother played drums and we jammed in the garage and started writing our own stuff.