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What bothers me is when my players don’t train well.
I wouldn’t coach football now for nothing, and it’s because of social media. That just bothers the heck out of me. People blast ya and you don’t put their name down.
What bothers me the most are the Republicans and the Democrats: they act like little kids. They are lying to real people out here trying to get through life.
I don’t have phobias. I’m pretty laid back. Nothing really bothers me. I can handle things pretty well.
If I see something I don’t like, or something that bothers me, I can’t hold it in.
There are many different types of bullying, being called fat and all that stuff, it bothers you. You have to deal with it.
I don’t think about being a star or anything, or even changes in life; it is not something that bothers me.
I love flying so much. I even like airplane food. No one bothers you and your phone never goes off and you can’t have emails go through. It’s undisturbed.
If people find out something bothers you then they’re going to capitalize on it.
I was shadow health secretary for six years, and the beauty of being in opposition – if there is any beauty – is that you tend to get a pretty unvarnished view because no one bothers to paint the coal white before you turn up.
What bothers you isn’t so much whether you’re beautiful or not. What bothers you is the way that people stare.
I was desperate for new material, so anything I can write a joke about that works is in the act. No matter who it offends, or who it bothers – doesn’t matter if its something my wife hates.
It really bothers me that Stephen Cannell has died. I had lunch with him about eight months before he died, and… I really liked him. I really did.
The only thing that bothers me is that I am in good health and that I am able to play football.
When you’re a mom and you have three children, nothing bothers you. Trust me. Who cares what people say? I’ve got other things to deal with.
The notion of time bothers me. You look at thirty-year-old photographs and realize how the time has passed.
I love turtlenecks; they are very chic, but I don’t wear them very often because it bothers me to have something around the neck.
I don’t care about what people think about me that don’t know me. But the one thing that bothers me of all the places is the general perception was that I was a failure at USC as a head coach.
In North Carolina nobody bothers us; we’re all about concentrating on the work or our auditions that we’re trying to get a flight out for. So all that crap is not something that I’m confronted with on a daily basis.
3D prefers you to use wider lenses because when things are out of focus, and yet it’s in 3D, it bothers you.
There are many paths to God. What really bothers me – and what I think is the height of arrogance and stupidity – is when one group believes their way is the only way. That really gets my dander up.
When people write things on the Internet about me that aren’t true, it’s tough to deal with. Even if you’re the most mellow person in the world, stuff like that bothers you eventually.
I don’t imagine my parents are too excited about my kind of life. The surrounding weirdness bothers them. Still, I think they’re pretty good. Their lives are based on what their friends think, just like ours are.
Hildegard von Bingen conveys spiritual ecstasy, if we’re talking of Western music. What bothers me about Western music is that it doesn’t have an esoteric dimension in the way the music of the East has, whether it be Byzantine chant, the music of the Sufis, or Hindu music.
It bothers me when the Hollywood elite are all so against people having guns and want rigorous gun restrictions. But I am friends with a lot of them, and most have armed guards with them or outside their homes.
I have an obsession with knowing the answers to things. When I don’t know what happened, it just bothers me, gets under my skin, and I need to write about it.
It strikes me that golf’s great virtue is that it gets you out of the house, away from everyday bothers, away from the endless round of looking for this, that and the other.
People always think I’m Amy Poehler, which never bothers me. I mean, Amy Poehler is great.
What bothers me and hurts me is the fact that people assumed I was a bad mom.
I think I need the demons in order to write, but the demons have gone. It bothers me a lot. I’ve tried and tried, but I just can’t seem to find a melody.
I believe in time and in God. Nothing else bothers me.
And people coming up asking for autographs, there’s only one time when it kind of bothers me: when I’m eating.
Nothing really bothers me. I’m too engrossed in my own world to care less.
As soon as someone finds out something you’re insecure about or that bothers you, they will use that against you, which is awful.
If something bothers you, focus on the solution or the desired outcome, not the part that has you spinning out in the middle of the night.
To the dumb question, ‘Why me?’ the cosmos barely bothers to return the reply, ‘Why not?’
I think it’s the fact that I do something different and that I actually have some success with it. That bothers a lot of people… especially comics.
It bothers me to read the comments of leaders of the Hamas and others who hate America that their goal is to have more weaponry capable of delivering all types of weapons of mass destruction.
I am like a germophobe to the max to the point where it actually bothers people sometimes.
I know some people obsess about their appearance but I don’t – it’s not something that bothers me.
Hillary Clinton bothers me a lot. I realized the other day that her thoughts sound a lot like Karl Marx. She hangs around a lot of Marxists. All her friends are Marxists.
I really don’t like when you see improv scenes go on too long. It really bothers me, even if the jokes are good.
Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it.
To me, score is really important. I would rather not have any score if it’s something that’s going to detract from the film. So often when I watch films, the score is what really bothers me.
The only thing that ever really bothers me is that a lot of people think I’m that girl who hates your boyfriend. I’m really not that girl. Some of my friends’ boyfriends are my best friends.
It bothers me when musicians listen to music from the ’60s and try and recreate it. Those people weren’t trying to recreate music from the ’20s. Why do it?
Nothing bothers me. You can set my hair on fire, I’m still going to go. I’m just one of those guys.
I couldn’t have attended half the parties that I was supposed to have been to according to the newspapers. It bothers me.
What bothers me is the lack of self-awareness. I don’t know if I have ever met a group less self-aware than political reporters.
I like people to be honest and transparent. It bothers me when people feel the need to embellish stories to make themselves look better.
People always talk. People say rude stuff. It bothers you but I’m not losing sleep on it. I don’t care.
I’d rather not, but if it will help the club, I’ll do it. My ankle injury still bothers me sometimes.
Losing! It bothers me a lot. I’m such a competitor, and I take everything personally.
There’s a part of you – the born-again part, your spirit – that’s dead to sin. That’s why it bothers you now when you sin. The ‘wilderness’ part of you – your soul – is your unrenewed mind, out-of-control emotions, and stubborn will.
Younger kids will sometimes tease me, and that bothers me a little, but eventually I don’t care.
I’m in no way suggesting that my opinion matters more than anyone else’s, of course, but the only thing that bothers me is apathy. People that sit out of the process and complain about it, or pretend that politics isn’t a part of their everyday lives.
The tragedy of modern man is not that he knows less and less about the meaning of his own life, but that it bothers him less and less.
Who bothers to cook TV dinners? I suck them frozen.
When you’re a mom to three children, nothing bothers you. Trust me. Who cares what people say? I’ve got other things to deal with.
I think that I come off as, ‘Nothing bothers me, I don’t care! I’m funny and sassy.’ But I’m deeply sensitive. Not only about myself but to others. Not to pat myself on the back, empathy is a quality I’ve cultivated over my life. It came naturally to me as a child.
If one thing that bothers me about acting, it’s that there’s no clear-cut number one. The closest you can get is winning an Academy Award, and I’m going to work on that if it takes me the next 50 years. To my peers, it will mean that I’m the best!
Change never bothers me, not really.
I don’t always see my movies right away. And there are some I haven’t seen at all. Sometimes that bothers the directors, so I’m obliged to see them.