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Entertaining Myself Sayings By Ben Mezrich: I see myself as attempting to break ground. I definitely am trying to create my I see myself as attempting to break ground. I definitely am trying to create my own genre here ... I'm attempting to tell stories in a very new and entertaining way. — Ben Mezrich
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Entertaining Myself Sayings By Rosanna Pansino: My manager and fellow YouTuber, Mike Lamond, encouraged me to start a YouTube channel as My manager and fellow YouTuber, Mike Lamond, encouraged me to start a YouTube channel as a way to practice speaking, entertaining, and being more comfortable in front of a camera. In the beginning, I used an $80 dollar flip-camera and edited every episode myself. — Rosanna Pansino
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Entertaining Myself Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: I saw myself as an outsider as a teen. I was home-schooled and got my I saw myself as an outsider as a teen. I was home-schooled and got my G.E.D. when I was 16; I wasn't interested in high school at all and figured that college might be more entertaining. — Maggie Stiefvater
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Entertaining Myself Sayings By Peter White: You know when I started playing music as a young man I felt the need You know when I started playing music as a young man I felt the need to be noticed and to prove myself. My motivation is much different now but what's still left is the love of music and the joy of entertaining people- the feeling that I make a difference, giving something back rather than just taking. Every year or two I come out with new music, or new arrangements of old music which keeps my show fresh. — Peter White
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Entertaining Myself Sayings By Brittany Howard: There's not a whole lot to do in Athens. When I was 13, I just There's not a whole lot to do in Athens. When I was 13, I just started entertaining myself by writing songs. I'd sit in my room for 10 hours playing the same song, stacking vocals, trying out different drum beats, realizing no one would ever hear this but having so much fun. I guess I got my voice from just doing that so often. — Brittany Howard
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Holy crap, Caleb! You're my uncle." Nick"No!" Caleb"It's worse. He's the half-brother of your great-grandfather." Holy crap, Caleb! You're my uncle." Nick
"No!" Caleb
"It's worse. He's the half-brother of your great-grandfather." Kody
"You're not helping." Caleb
"No, but I'm entertaining myself at your adorable expense." Kody
"Yeah, y'all are missing the important fact. To a Cajun, that makes him my uncle." Nick
"Great. I always wanted to be a monkey's uncle. Nice to know I finally succeeded." Caleb — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Michael Heizer: I'm self-entertaining. My dialogue is with myself. I'm self-entertaining. My dialogue is with myself. — Michael Heizer
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Trevor Noah: I didn't have any friends. I didn't know any kids besides my cousins. I wasn't I didn't have any friends. I didn't know any kids besides my cousins. I wasn't a lonely kid - I was good at being alone. I'd read books, play with the toy that I had, make up imaginary worlds. I lived inside my head. I still live inside my head. To this day you can leave me alone for hours and I'm perfectly happy entertaining myself. I have to remember to be with people. — Trevor Noah
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Charles De Lint: My theory about writing is that one should write books you'd like to read, but My theory about writing is that one should write books you'd like to read, but no one else has written yet. So, as long as I stick with that, I'm entertaining myself, and then hopefully my readers as well. I hope to god I realize that I'm repeating myself, if I ever do. But if I don't, I'm sure my readers will let me know. — Charles De Lint
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Shailene Woodley: I feel like at the end of the day, as entertaining as movies are, when I feel like at the end of the day, as entertaining as movies are, when you're part of them in a way, it's this beautiful art form and that's what it feels like for me. I'm not a painter, but I can express myself visually in a way that allows me to artistically create. — Shailene Woodley
Entertaining Myself Sayings By David Sedaris: Every gathering has its moment. As an adult, I distract myself by trying to identify Every gathering has its moment. As an adult, I distract myself by trying to identify it, dreading the inevitable downswing that is sure to follow. The guests will repeat themselves one too many times, or you'll run out of dope or liquor and realize that it was all you ever had in common. — David Sedaris
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Keke Palmer: I'm definitely a perfectionist. I started entertaining so young. I think, naturally, my personality is I'm definitely a perfectionist. I started entertaining so young. I think, naturally, my personality is that of a perfectionist, and then on top of that, growing up in the industry, I became very objective and analytical of myself early on, and I find myself doing that in everything. — Keke Palmer
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Henri J.M. Nouwen: Although claiming my true identity as a child of God, I still live as though Although claiming my true identity as a child of God, I still live as though the God to whom I am returning demands an explanation. I still think about his love as conditional and about home as a place I am not yet fully sure of. While walking home, I keep entertaining doubts about whether I will be truly welcome when I get there. As I look at my spiritual journey, my long and fatiguing trip home, I see how full it is of guilt about the past and worries about the future. I realize my failures and know that I have lost the dignity of my sonship, but I am not yet able to fully believe that where my failings are great, 'grace is always greater.' Still clinging to my sense of worthlessness, I project for myself a place far below that which belongs to the son, (p. 52). — Henri J.M. Nouwen
Entertaining Myself Sayings By David Foster Wallace: I've always thought of myself as a realist. I can remember fighting with my professors I've always thought of myself as a realist. I can remember fighting with my professors about it in grad school. The world that I live in consists of 250 advertisements a day and any number of unbelievably entertaining options, most of which are subsidized by corporations that want to sell me things. The whole way that the world acts on my nerve endings is bound up with stuff that the guys with the leather patches on their elbows would consider pop or trivial or ephemeral. I use a fair amount of pop stuff in my fiction, but what I mean by it is nothing different than what other people mean in writing about trees and parks and having to walk to the river to get water 100 years ago. It's just the texture of the world I live in. — David Foster Wallace
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Michael Chabon: For me, the goal is always to write a novel that I myself would like For me, the goal is always to write a novel that I myself would like to read. People frequently ask me what my favorite book is, and in effect, there's always a capital-F Favorite, capital-B Book that I would like to write myself someday. I try to go for that ideal of writing the best, most entertaining, most beautifully written book that I possibly can. — Michael Chabon
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Lucas Till: At least it's really entertaining when I embarrass myself. At least it's really entertaining when I embarrass myself. — Lucas Till
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Ian McKellen: I used to comfort myself when I became an actor that it was a useful I used to comfort myself when I became an actor that it was a useful job, entertaining people. And it was important to do it as well as you possibly can. — Ian McKellen
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Bobby Hull: Then to have Brett come along and follow in the footsteps, it's so gratifying. I Then to have Brett come along and follow in the footsteps, it's so gratifying. I get as much enjoyment out of watching Brett play as I did of entertaining people myself. — Bobby Hull
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Kristin Cashore: I'm not such a bad fighter myself," Skye said. Po exploded with laughter. "Oh, fight I'm not such a bad fighter myself," Skye said. Po exploded with laughter. "Oh, fight him, Katsa. Please fight him. I can't imagine a more entertaining diversion. — Kristin Cashore
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Cheri Oteri: I grew up pretty much entertaining myself. So I know what its like to be I grew up pretty much entertaining myself. So I know what its like to be in a room by myself and having fun with something. — Cheri Oteri
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Vanna Bonta: Gossip can be entertaining: occasionally, I've heard the most fascinating things about myself I never Gossip can be entertaining: occasionally, I've heard the most fascinating things about myself I never knew. — Vanna Bonta
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Pamela Baker: Knowing someone's story helps to make the patient more real, and it makes the job Knowing someone's story helps to make the patient more real, and it makes the job more personal. The shared narratives of others' lives incorporate and become stories about us. I feel myself to be a part of a stranger's story, when it is shared with me, and passing it on feels like my sharing of a parable we've all heard- we know the plot, even the climax and the ending. Only the names have changed, or the costumes, or the settings, but the story is the same and is this: we are all vulnerable; we are all a little bit crazy; we are all funny, entertaining, delicate, bold, horrible, and fantastic. We are all, in our unique and individual ways, as equally and universally fucked up as the next person. Every one of us. Theres comfort in knowing this. — Pamela Baker
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Walt Disney Company: I am interested in entertaining people, in bringing pleasure, particularly laughter, to others, rather than I am interested in entertaining people, in bringing pleasure, particularly laughter, to others, rather than being concerned with 'expressing' myself with obscure creative impressions. — Walt Disney Company
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Tim Gunn: I love cooking. I cook for myself every day. I like the ceremony of it. I love cooking. I cook for myself every day. I like the ceremony of it. It takes me into a different zone. I make a lot of pasta. But cooking for a crowd of five or ten or, heaven forbid, twenty? No, thank you. I don't like feeling like a slave to the care and feeding of my guests. — Tim Gunn
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Victoria Schwab: You missed me," said Alucard. It was not a question, but there was a confession You missed me," said Alucard. It was not a question, but there was a confession in it, because everything about Alucard - the tension in his back, the ways his hips pressed into Rhy's, the race of his heart and the tremor in his voice - said that the missing had been mutual.
"I'm a prince," said Rhy, striving for composure. "I know how to keep myself entertained."
The sapphire glinted in Alucard's brow. "I can be very entertaining. — Victoria Schwab
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Jim Carrey: I was that kid. I was entertaining everybody in the living room and throwing myself I was that kid. I was entertaining everybody in the living room and throwing myself down flights of stairs and making the family look special and making my mother feel better and I really wanted to make people happy. That has been my ministry my whole life. I call it The Church of F.F.C. - The Church of Freedom From Concern. And I'm a high priest in that church. — Jim Carrey
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Max Beckmann: The world is rather shot to pieces (end of World War II), 1945), but the The world is rather shot to pieces (end of World War II), 1945), but the spectators climb out of their caves and pretend to have again become normal and customary humans who ask each other's pardon instead of eating one another or sucking each other's blood. The entertaining folly of war evaporates, distinguished boredom sits down again on the dignified old overstuffed chairs ... May I report about myself that I have had a truly grotesque time, brim-full with work, Nazi persecutions, bombs, hunger, and again and again work - in spite of everything (using his bed sheets as canvas — Max Beckmann
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Emily Dickinson: It dropped so low in my regardI heard it hit the ground,And go to pieces It dropped so low in my regard
I heard it hit the ground,
And go to pieces on the stones
At bottom of my mind;
Yet blamed the fate that fractured, less
Than I reviled myself
For entertaining plated wares
Upon my silver shelf. — Emily Dickinson
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Nick Spencer: Jade: The Devil goes to God and says, "you think Job is your faithful servant, Jade: The Devil goes to God and says, "you think Job is your faithful servant, but if you took away all the gifts you've given him, he'll abandon you."

So God does it... He takes away all of Job's blessings. His family dies, he gets sick, everything just starts to suck for him... but he never turns his back on God.

Ike: Everyone knows this story. But I've always had a problem with it, myself.

Jade: You mean like, why does God let him suffer?

Ike: No, I assume God couldn't care less about the poor fuck. No, what I wonder is... what is God doing entertaining an audience with the Devil? — Nick Spencer
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Laurie Viera Rigler: I will not allow myself to entertain that though. Yeah, right. I'm not only entertaining I will not allow myself to entertain that though. Yeah, right. I'm not only entertaining that though, I'm taking it out to dinner and a movie. The goal is to focus on the now and to figure out how to reclaim your past. Or the parallel. Or my sanity.
Too much thinking never solved anything. — Laurie Viera Rigler
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Johnny Carson: I've worked ever since I was a kid with a two-bit kit of magic tricks I've worked ever since I was a kid with a two-bit kit of magic tricks trying to improve my skills at entertaining whatever public I had - and to make myself ready, whenever the breaks came, to entertain a wider and more demanding public. — Johnny Carson
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Elaine Stritch: I'd like to discover life. Quite frankly I don't know how to be happy. I I'd like to discover life. Quite frankly I don't know how to be happy. I have not a clue. I only serve - and I don't say that with any grandeur. I just serve others through entertaining. That's when I am happy. I'm not just delighted with myself when I'm entertaining, but I'm happier than when I'm not. — Elaine Stritch
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Steve Carell: I don't want to be pretentious about, "yes, I need to move in to the I don't want to be pretentious about, "yes, I need to move in to the more dramatic roles and express myself and prove to everyone that I'm capable of doing it," it really isn't that, I think that's a bad reason to choose roles. It's more like, who would I be working with and would they be fun to do and entertaining to watch, is it an interesting story or character. — Steve Carell
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Dan Howell: That's why I'm here, I'm here for two reasons. To entertain you with stories of That's why I'm here, I'm here for two reasons. To entertain you with stories of my life so , you know, you can find them entertaining. But then maybe compare them to your own lives and not feel so alone with the issues that you go with, go through. And think, "Wow, I'm scared of going to my first day of work, but there is a guy called Dan who actually sold an axe to a child". And the other half of it is me kind of like articulating my own profound observations on the universe, which is really just an excuse to give myself a therapy. Apparently other people enjoy watching it too wow — Dan Howell
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Amy Weber: I enjoyed entertaining people since I was a little girl. There was nothing better than I enjoyed entertaining people since I was a little girl. There was nothing better than making people laugh. That, and the need to express myself in a safe environment. — Amy Weber
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Chuck Klosterman: The essays are very solipsistic and self-absorbed, I'm totally conscious of that. To me, book The essays are very solipsistic and self-absorbed, I'm totally conscious of that. To me, book writing is fun, and I basically just write about things that are entertaining to myself. — Chuck Klosterman
Entertaining Myself Sayings By George Carlin: There was about a two-year period at the end of the '60s, when I realized There was about a two-year period at the end of the '60s, when I realized I was in the wrong place and entertaining the wrong people with the wrong material and that I was not being true to myself. I went through a metamorphosis into something more authentic for me, a more authentic stage voice and writing voice. — George Carlin
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Howie Mandel: If my mom came here today, she'd probably join this red-hat brigade. My mother got If my mom came here today, she'd probably join this red-hat brigade. My mother got my sense of humor, even when I was a kid. I would just do things that tickled my fancy in the moment, and she would ask me who I was entertaining. I'd say, 'Well, me.' And she would tell me that nobody knew that and they thought I was psychotic. Well, I don't ever want people to think I'm psychotic, but I can't help myself from doing these things. — Howie Mandel
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Cicely Tyson: The choices of roles I made had to do with educating and entertaining. And as The choices of roles I made had to do with educating and entertaining. And as a result I found myself working only every two or three years. — Cicely Tyson
Entertaining Myself Sayings By Mary Elizabeth Winstead: I'm a fan of films in general; I mean, I don't think I've ever considered I'm a fan of films in general; I mean, I don't think I've ever considered myself specifically a horror fan even though I do enjoy horror films, find them really entertaining. — Mary Elizabeth Winstead