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I Really Hate Sayings By Emma Watson: People associate feminism with hate - with man hate - and that's really negative. I People associate feminism with hate - with man hate - and that's really negative. I don't think that's what feminism is about at all - it's really positive. I think that's why women became reluctant to use the word. — Emma Watson
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I Really Hate Sayings By Jane Haddam: My husband used to take care of the business part of this, and after he My husband used to take care of the business part of this, and after he died I found I wasn't really any good at it. I hate remembering who owes me what and bugging them if they haven't paid me. — Jane Haddam
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I Really Hate Sayings By Florentijn Hofman: I really hate rubber ducks, actually. I really hate rubber ducks, actually. — Florentijn Hofman
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I Really Hate Sayings By Darlene Love: When you hate people, it not only makes you hate that person, it gives that When you hate people, it not only makes you hate that person, it gives that vibe off for everything around you. I really do believe that. — Darlene Love
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I Really Hate Sayings By Moby: More often than not, whenever gossip has been written about me, the gossip is more More often than not, whenever gossip has been written about me, the gossip is more interesting than the reality. I know some public figures hate gossip, but personally I like it because it makes my life sound more glamorous and interesting than it really is. — Moby
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I Really Hate Sayings By Helene Deschamps-Adams: Was it really worth it? I wondered again.I wanted to believe it had been but Was it really worth it? I wondered again.

I wanted to believe it had been but could not help feeling cynical about how history repeats itself. There still were the same political intrigues, the hate groups that thrive on terror and human misery and I knew that there were enough egos and self-indulging crusaders to fuel another war, and another... — Helene Deschamps-Adams
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I Really Hate Sayings By Steph Nuss: I love you, Bayler, and I know that's really scary for you to hear. I I love you, Bayler, and I know that's really scary for you to hear. I know you don't open your heart easily, and you're worried about getting hurt, but...Do you remember what you said to me after you pushed me out of the plane?"
"How could I forget?" I laughed blinking back tears. "I told you that you had nothing to worry about because you had a parachute."
"Let me be your parachute." His hands cupped my face as he stared down at me intensely. "Let me be your parachute, and I promise you'll never have to worry about getting hurt. Sure, we're going to fight and disagree, and there are going to be days where we hate each other, but I will always be there for you because I love you. — Steph Nuss
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I Really Hate Sayings By Mindy Kaling: And the scary thing I have noticed is that some people really feel uncomfortable around And the scary thing I have noticed is that some people really feel uncomfortable around women who don't hate themselves. — Mindy Kaling
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I Really Hate Sayings By Sue Townsend: I became an insomniac, really, hardly slept at all, didn't even try to. And it's I became an insomniac, really, hardly slept at all, didn't even try to. And it's carried on. I hate to say I only need as much sleep as Mrs. Thatcher, but I can cope really well on five hours. — Sue Townsend
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I Really Hate Sayings By Marjane Satrapi: You know, the cynicism that is in the politics, it is not for my soul. You know, the cynicism that is in the politics, it is not for my soul. It makes me - out of me, an extremely bitter, cynical person that I hate to see in the mirror, really. — Marjane Satrapi
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I Really Hate Sayings By Karyl McBride: Dear MommyI'm doing really good,I get all A's in schoolAnd I don't cry at bedtime Dear Mommy
I'm doing really good,
I get all A's in school
And I don't cry at bedtime anymore,
Though my new mom said I could.
I remember how much you hate tears,
You slapped them out of me
To make me strong,
I think it worked.
I learned to use a microscope
And my hair grew two inches.
It's pretty, just like yours.
I'm not allowed to clean the house,
Only my own room,
Isn't that a funny rule?
You say kids are so much trouble
Getting born, they better pay it back.
I'm not supposed to take care
Of the other kids, only me, I sort of like it.
I still get the hole in my stomach
When I do something wrong,
I have a saying on my mirror
"Kids make mistakes, It's OK,"
I read it every day,
Sometimes I even believe it.
I wonder if you ever think of me
Or if you're glad the troublemaker's gone,
I never want to see you again.
I love you, Mommy. — Karyl McBride
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I Really Hate Sayings By Melissa Hale: It's too soon, too fast. We don't even know each other." "Says who?" Ethan demanded. It's too soon, too fast. We don't even know each other."
"Says who?" Ethan demanded. "Who decides how long it should take? Who makes the rules?"
Erica shrugged because she really didn't know it just seemed like common sense.
He put his index finger under her chin and swept his thumb just under her lower lip. "I do know you." He whispered. "I know you love chocolate and hate roses. I know you are kind and compassionate and generous. I know you feed the homeless and the stray cat that lives behind your apartment. I know you are a hopeless romantic. You are fiercely loyal." His eyes took on a mischievous glint. "I know you are ticklish; I know what makes you moan; I know what makes you squirm." He kissed her softly. "I know when I am with you I don't want to be anywhere else." He kissed her again and this time she wrapped her arms around his neck and kissed him back. Their tongues tangled in a duel that left her breathless. — Melissa Hale
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I Really Hate Sayings By Tom Scholz: I'm one of those artists that doesn't actually hate my old hits. I love Boston I'm one of those artists that doesn't actually hate my old hits. I love Boston music. I really like 'More than a Feeling.' After playing it to myself in a basement for such a long time, I'm happy to do it out on stage. — Tom Scholz
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I Really Hate Sayings By Matthew Moy: I hate feeling late. Someone else has the courtesy and respect to show up on I hate feeling late. Someone else has the courtesy and respect to show up on time, and when I'm late, it's like telling them, "I don't respect you." Worst feeling in the world. It makes you really reflect on your priorities. — Matthew Moy
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I Really Hate Sayings By Michelle Obama: I hate diversity workshops. Real change comes from having enough comfort to be really honest I hate diversity workshops. Real change comes from having enough comfort to be really honest and say something very uncomfortable. — Michelle Obama
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I Really Hate Sayings By Richard Griffiths: What can I say? I deal with it. I think I have come to terms What can I say? I deal with it. I think I have come to terms with my absolutely hateful and vile childhood. No, I have, really. But I did hate it at the time. I resented it. There were elements of it that were positively Dickensian. — Richard Griffiths
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I Really Hate Sayings By Tammara Webber: Is there any chance the tutor is, you know, gay?" I held my breath, waiting Is there any chance the tutor is, you know, gay?" I held my breath, waiting for his answer.

"What, like I hand out a survey?" He laughed when I blinked, worried I'd just offended him. "I'm just messing with ya. I'm pretty sure he doesn't play for my team. Though if he did, he'd be a little out of my league." He sucked in and patted his stomach, which was made somewhat flat by his efforts. "Nothing a couple of weeks at the gym and giving up bread for the weekend wouldn't take care of."

I rolled my eyes. "Shut up."

He sighed. "I love being a guy. Need to lose five pounds? Go without ketchup for a couple of weeks. Problem. Solved."

We shouldered our backpacks and trudged up the stairs. "I really hate you right now. — Tammara Webber
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I Really Hate Sayings By Gerard Way: I thought if we made an album that tried to change the world, or give I thought if we made an album that tried to change the world, or give it hope, it would really happen. But all people found was death and destruction and misery and self-hate. I learned that the world doesn't want to be saved, and it will f**king punch you in the face if you try. — Gerard Way
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I Really Hate Sayings By Sarah: I hate it when people think they know me when they really don't. I hate it when people think they know me when they really don't. — Sarah
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I Really Hate Sayings By Laurell K. Hamilton: I'd been chunky in junior high, close to fat, so I knew what I was I'd been chunky in junior high, close to fat, so I knew what I was talking about. So that no teenager out there will get the wrong idea and go all anorexic on me, I was a size thirteen in jeans, and that was at five foot nothing. See, I really was chunky. I hate women who complain about being fat when they're like a size five. Anything under size five isn't a woman. It's a boy with breasts. I — Laurell K. Hamilton
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I Really Hate Sayings By Michael J. Sullivan: You realize we can't go back to Sheridan." "I know." "Have to keep heading southwest You realize we can't go back to Sheridan."

"I know."

"Have to keep heading southwest now, and I don't know anything about the area. We'll probably get lost or walk into a road and a patrol."

"Well"-Hadrian looked down at Royce's side-"you're bleeding again, and I think I am, too, so the good news is we'll likely die before morning. Still, I suppose it could be worse."

"How?"

"They could have caught us at the tavern, or we could have drowned in that river."

"Either way we'd be dead. At this point I'm inclined to see that as better off."

"Anything can always be worse," Hadrian assured him.

They lay staring up at the sky and watching clouds blot out the stars. Royce heard it before he felt it. A distant patter on the blades of grass along the hillside. He turned once more to Hadrian. "I'm really starting to hate you. — Michael J. Sullivan
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I Really Hate Sayings By David Levithan: There are times I think of us all and I wish we were back in There are times I think of us all and I wish we were back in second grade. Not really that young. But I wish it felt like second grade. I'm not saying everyone was friends back then. But we all got along. There were groups, but they didn't really divide. At the end of the day, your class was your class, and you felt like you were a part of it. You had your friends and you had the other kids, but you didn't really hate anyone longer than a couple of hours. Everybody got a birthday card. In second grade, we were all in it together. Now we're all apart. — David Levithan
I Really Hate Sayings By Fran Lebowitz: The theater itself is so archaic and old fashioned, that it doesn't really matter to The theater itself is so archaic and old fashioned, that it doesn't really matter to me whether it's on Avenue D or at the Helen Hayes Theater. What's the difference? It's still a very nostalgic form. Also, it means you're knowingly walking into a room where there's actors. I feel it's very embarrassing. Because, you know, they're right there. You always think like, they can see you, and I think it's mortifying, frankly, and I hate to sit near the front, where you feel they actually might see you. It's too ... it's too live. — Fran Lebowitz
I Really Hate Sayings By Gayle Forman: I don't hate you. I don't think I ever really did. It was just anger. I don't hate you. I don't think I ever really did. It was just anger. And once I faced it head-on, once understood it, it dissipated. -Mia — Gayle Forman
I Really Hate Sayings By Roger Zelazny: If it will give you any satisfaction in the end, I still care for you. If it will give you any satisfaction in the end, I still care for you. Either there is no such thing as love, or the word does not mean what I have thought it to mean on many different occasions. It is a feeling without a name, really - better to leave it at that. So take it and go away and have your fun with it. You know that we would both be at one another's throats again one day, as soon as we run out of common enemies. We had many fine reconciliations, but were they ever worth the pain that preceded them? Know that you have won and that you are the goddess I worship - for are not worship and religious awe a combination of love and hate, desire and fear? — Roger Zelazny
I Really Hate Sayings By Dave Attell: This one guy, the worse guy in the music. The Yanni man. You know Yanni? This one guy, the worse guy in the music. The Yanni man. You know Yanni? First of all, anyone who looks like a magician and doesn't do magic, I don't like. I don't even like magic, I hate it. But I love the word, "Ta-da"! I love that word! I don't get to say it, right? I never do any magic. You just cant go around walking, "Ta-da!" "Ta-da!" "Ta-da!" The only time I can say it is when I do something really stupid or surprising. Like if I go out all night drinking and hitting strip clubs and I come home and I still got some money ... "Ta
da!" I thought I was broke. Why does my jaw hurt? — Dave Attell
I Really Hate Sayings By Sylvester Stallone: Every morning, I crawl out of bed. I sit there and think, 'Do I really Every morning, I crawl out of bed. I sit there and think, 'Do I really need this?' And I drag myself to the gym in my garage. It's not fun. I hate it. I work out alone. Weights. — Sylvester Stallone
I Really Hate Sayings By Paul Zindel: I really hate it when a teacher has to show that she isn't behind the I really hate it when a teacher has to show that she isn't behind the times by using some expression which sounds so up-to-date you know for sure she's behind the times. — Paul Zindel
I Really Hate Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: I hate England and its hopelessness. I hate [Arnold] Bennett's resignation. Tragedy ought really to I hate England and its hopelessness. I hate [Arnold] Bennett's resignation. Tragedy ought really to be a great big kick at misery. — D.H. Lawrence
I Really Hate Sayings By Emily Henderson: I believe that a perfect house is like a perfect person; no one really wants I believe that a perfect house is like a perfect person; no one really wants to be around them and everyone secretly hates them. Be the weird person. Be the interesting person, the person that sometimes says inappropriate things or laughs too loud at jokes, and have your home reflect who you are. — Emily Henderson
I Really Hate Sayings By Julie Kagawa: Running away?" He taunted, as I drew my glamour to me, feeling it surge beneath Running away?" He taunted, as I drew my glamour to me, feeling it surge beneath my skin. "Always a coward, weren't you, prince? Never had the guts to really go for the kill."
"You're right," I murmured, startling him. He frowned in wary surprise, and I smiled. "I always regretted my words against Puck. There was always a part of me that didn't want to go through with it." I lowered my blade, touching the tip to the floor. Ice spread from the point of the weapon, coating the ground and the walls, freezing the mirrors with sharp crinkling sounds.
"But with you," I continued, narrowing my eyes, "it's different. You're the part of him that I hate. The part that revels in the chaos you cause, the lives you destroy. And I can say this with complete certainty - killing you will be a pleasure. — Julie Kagawa
I Really Hate Sayings By Jane Levy: I hate censorship, man. I really do. I hate censorship, man. I really do. — Jane Levy
I Really Hate Sayings By Terry Pratchett: This ain't right, you know. She's the one who ought to rule, fair enough. And This ain't right, you know. She's the one who ought to rule, fair enough. And you used magic to help her this far, and that's all right. But it stops right here. It's up to her what happens next. You can't make things right by magic. You can only stop making them wrong."
Mrs. Gogol pulled herself up to her full, impressive height. "Who's you to say what I can and can't do here?"
"We're her godmothers," said Granny.
"That's right," said Nanny Ogg.
"We've got a wand, too," said Magrat.
"But you hate godmothers, Mistress Weatherwax," said Mrs. Gogol.
"We're the other kind," said Granny. "We're the kind that gives people what they know they really need, not what we think they ought to want. — Terry Pratchett
I Really Hate Sayings By Jennifer Lopez: Where you really have your eggs in one basket and that breach happens and you Where you really have your eggs in one basket and that breach happens and you know you should go but you're still in love and you just don't know what to do. It hits you because it's not like
you're a cheater, and a liar, and I hate you, and you're no good, and I'm leaving. It's not that. It's like, I'm tormented. Even though you've done this and I know it, I still don't know what to do. I know I should go, but I don't want to. And that's why it's such a f***ed-up thing. — Jennifer Lopez
I Really Hate Sayings By Joe Swanberg: The more that I work with people that I don't know, the more I invite The more that I work with people that I don't know, the more I invite somebody in who's potentially going to really hate being there. — Joe Swanberg
I Really Hate Sayings By Salma Hayek: I don't care if you hate me or if you like me, as long as I don't care if you hate me or if you like me, as long as somebody gives me a character that is really a character to play. It's fun to be able to have a character and have a director that can direct you into a character. I'm just so happy that I got a good role. I don't care if it's bad or if it's good, and I don't care if it's drama or comedy. They are just so rare to come across. — Salma Hayek
I Really Hate Sayings By Ree Drummond: I hate to play the I-live-in-the-country card, but it really takes all of the 'pack I hate to play the I-live-in-the-country card, but it really takes all of the 'pack the kids into the car and run from here to there' out of the equation. — Ree Drummond
I Really Hate Sayings By Terry Gilliam: Nooo! Leave that to George Lucas, he' s really mastered the CGI acting. That scares Nooo! Leave that to George Lucas, he' s really mastered the CGI acting. That scares me! I hate it! Everybody is so pleased and excited by it. Animation is animation. Animation is great. But it's when you're now taking what should be films full of people, living thinking, breathing, flawed creatures and you're controlling every moment of that, it's just death to me. It's death to cinema, I can't watch those Star Wars films, they're dead things. — Terry Gilliam
I Really Hate Sayings By Garth Greenwell: I realized, that the life of a musician, even of a very lucky, very successful I realized, that the life of a musician, even of a very lucky, very successful musician, wasn't really the life I wanted: I hate travel, I hate living out of suitcases, I hate the constant anxiety of being on stage. — Garth Greenwell
I Really Hate Sayings By Kate Williams: Colour is really important to me when buying clothes. I wear a lot of fitted Colour is really important to me when buying clothes. I wear a lot of fitted jackets, and because I'm small, I avoid long skirts and coats. And I hate wearing hats. — Kate Williams
I Really Hate Sayings By Ann Kok: I've never really seen myself as an actress. I told myself, 'I'm not going to I've never really seen myself as an actress. I told myself, 'I'm not going to get a job where I need to put on makeup, or one that I need to do my nails.' I hate the idea of putting on makeup, then removing it. — Ann Kok
I Really Hate Sayings By Steve Jobs: I hate it when people call themselves 'entrepreneurs' when what they're really trying to do I hate it when people call themselves 'entrepreneurs' when what they're really trying to do is launch a startup and then sell of go public, so they can cash in and move on. They're unwilling to do the work it takes to build a real company, which is the hardest work in business. — Steve Jobs
I Really Hate Sayings By John Kluge: Work isn't really work for me. I hate to tell you this, but I've never Work isn't really work for me. I hate to tell you this, but I've never liked the weekend in my life. I was enthusiastic about Monday morning from the day I left college. — John Kluge
I Really Hate Sayings By Jim Butcher: So really, it was just as well that Godmother had caught up to me, in So really, it was just as well that Godmother had caught up to me, in spite of my best efforts to avoid her. I'd hate to find out that the universe really wasn't conspiring against me. It would jerk the rug out from under my persecution complex. -Harry — Jim Butcher
I Really Hate Sayings By Christian Louboutin: Something I really hate more than anything else is clogs. Something I really hate more than anything else is clogs. — Christian Louboutin
I Really Hate Sayings By George Carlin: People are wonderful. I love individuals. I hate groups of people. I hate a group People are wonderful. I love individuals. I hate groups of people. I hate a group of people with a 'common purpose'. 'Cause pretty soon they have little hats. And armbands. And fight songs. And a list of people they're going to visit at 3am. So, I dislike and despise groups of people but I love individuals. Every person you look at; you can see the universe in their eyes, if you're really looking. — George Carlin
I Really Hate Sayings By Matt Suddain: God, how I hate the future. It's a cult. A tyranny of progress. And anyone God, how I hate the future. It's a cult. A tyranny of progress. And anyone who speaks against it is shunned. But all tyrannies must efficiently erase the past if they're to work. I like the past. The past was solid, simple, and real. The rooms were large, the food was good, and we knew who our enemies were. I feel misty for old tyrannies. The ones which beat you, enslaved you, tried to break your spirit, and in doing so gave your life the only enhancement it really needs: a sense of purpose. The tyranny of the future doesn't take away our choices; it swamps us in them. It doesn't curb our freedoms; it tube-feeds us with them until we rupture like neglected factory geese. — Matt Suddain
I Really Hate Sayings By Laurell K. Hamilton: I walked towards her. Jean-Claude grabbed my arm. "Do not harm her, Anita. She is I walked towards her. Jean-Claude grabbed my arm. "Do not harm her, Anita. She is under our protection."
"I swear to you that I will not lay a finger on her tonight. I just want to tell her something."
He released my arm, slowly, like he wasn't sure it was a good idea. I stepped next to Monica, until our bodies almost touched. I whispered into her face, "If anything happens to Catherine, I will see you dead."
She smirked at me, confident in her protectors. "They will bring me back as one of them."
I felt my head shake, a little to the right, a little to the left, a slow precise movement. "I will cut out your heart." I was still smiling, I couldn'tseem to stop. "Then I will burn it and scatter the ashes in the river. Do you understand me?"
She swallowed audibly. Her health-club tan looked a little green. She nodded, staring at me like I was the bogey man.
I think she believed I'd do it. Peachy keen. I hate to waste a really good threat — Laurell K. Hamilton
I Really Hate Sayings By Marisha Pessl: I hate how the people who really get you are the ones you can never I hate how the people who really get you are the ones you can never hold on to for very long. And the ones who don't understand you at all stick around. — Marisha Pessl
I Really Hate Sayings By L'Poni Baldwin: He taunted me, "Pony boy, pony boy," because I liked ponies. Pony boy. He always He taunted me, "Pony boy, pony boy," because I liked ponies. Pony boy. He always came to vent his anger of dragons on me. They must really like us. They hide behind their Wasp Queen and pretend to hate us dragons, but in truth they love us. Why else would they bother with fucking us? That sentence probably turned you off. Thing is, I'm a very vulgar boy.
-Chance Karrucci (the Sweet Dragon) — L'Poni Baldwin
I Really Hate Sayings By Mark Helprin: A lot of people hate heroes. I was criticized for portraying people who are brave, A lot of people hate heroes. I was criticized for portraying people who are brave, honest, loving, intelligent. That was called weak and sentimental. People who dismiss all real emotion as sentimentality are cowards. They're afraid to commit themselves, and so they remain 'cool' for the rest of their lives, until they're dead - then they're really cool. — Mark Helprin
I Really Hate Sayings By Laurell K. Hamilton: Peter's first comment was, "I hate Mexican food." Donna said, "Peter," in a warning voice. Peter's first comment was, "I hate Mexican food." Donna said, "Peter," in a warning voice. But I added my two cents worth, "Me, too." Peter looked at me sideways, as if he didn't trust my show of solidarity with him. "Really?" I nodded. "Really." "Ted picked the restaurant," he said. "Think he did it just to be irritating?" I asked. Peter was looking directly at me, eyes a little wide. "Yeah, I do." I nodded. "Me, too." Donna had an open-mouthed astonished look on her face. "Peter, Anita." She turned to Edward. "What are we going to do with the two of them? — Laurell K. Hamilton
I Really Hate Sayings By David R. Hawkins: It must be remembered that we are free to acknowledge and surrender our feelings, and It must be remembered that we are free to acknowledge and surrender our feelings, and we are free not to surrender. As we examine our "I can'ts" and find out that they are really "I won'ts," it doesn't mean that we have to let go of the negative feelings that result in the "I won'ts." We are perfectly free to refuse to let go. We are free to hang on to negativity as long as we want. There is no law that says we have to give it up. We are free agents. But it makes a big difference in our self-concept to realize that "I won't do something" is quite a different feeling than to think that "I'm a victim and I can't." For instance, we can choose to hate somebody if we want. We can choose to blame them. We can choose to blame circumstances. But being more conscious and realizing that we are freely choosing this attitude puts us in a higher state of consciousness and, therefore, closer to greater power and mastery than being the helpless victim of a feeling. — David R. Hawkins
I Really Hate Sayings By Katrina Kaif: Frankly speaking, I hate comparisons. Two individuals are doing two different films, playing two different Frankly speaking, I hate comparisons. Two individuals are doing two different films, playing two different characters: how can you compare them? It is not fair to get into ratings. It really doesn't matter what I think about other actresses; what matters is what the directors think of them when they are casting them in a project, because I think it's the director who's behind a successful piece of cinema. — Katrina Kaif
I Really Hate Sayings By Jane Austen: That is a failing indeed!" cried Elizabeth. "Implacable resentment is a shade in a character. That is a failing indeed!" cried Elizabeth. "Implacable resentment is a shade in a character. But you have chosen your fault well. I really cannot laugh at it. You are safe from me." "There is, I believe, in every disposition a tendency to some particular evil - a natural defect, which not even the best education can overcome." "And your defect is to hate everybody." "And yours," he replied with a smile, "is willfully to misunderstand them." "Do — Jane Austen
I Really Hate Sayings By Catherine Ryan Hyde: [Rayleen talking to Billy.] "Grace is thriving here, and I dare anybody to challenge that. [Rayleen talking to Billy.] "Grace is thriving here, and I dare anybody to challenge that. Anybody who has a problem with that can come take it up with me."
"Thank God," Billy said, "because I really hate it when people come take things up with ME. — Catherine Ryan Hyde
I Really Hate Sayings By P.C. Cast: Nice dress Zoey. It looks just like mine. Oh, wait! It used to be mine.Aphrodite Nice dress Zoey. It looks just like mine. Oh, wait! It used to be mine.
Aphrodite laughed a throaty, I'm-so-grown-and-you're-just-a-kid laugh.
I really hate it when girls do that.I mean, yes, she's older, but I have boobs, too. — P.C. Cast
I Really Hate Sayings By Becky Albertalli: And then I kiss him for real, and he kisses me back, and his hands And then I kiss him for real, and he kisses me back, and his hands fist my hair. And we're kissing like it's breathing. My stomach flutters wildly. And somehow we end up horizontal, his hands curved up around my back.

"I like this," I say, and my voice comes out breathless. "We should do this. Every day."
"Okay."
"Let's never do anything else. No school. No meals. No homework."
"I was going to ask you to see a movie," he says, smiling. When he smiles, I smile.
"No movies. I hate movies."
"Oh, really?"
"Really, really. Why would I want to watch other people kissing," I say, "when I could be kissing you? — Becky Albertalli
I Really Hate Sayings By Jhonen Vasquez: I don't kill people.Perhaps it's just another inhibition to do away with it. Perhaps not. I don't kill people.
Perhaps it's just another inhibition to do away with it. Perhaps not. There's really no way of telling. It's possible I've just never been able to well up enough interest in any person to care long enough to end their life. I'd much rather avoid them altogether. Most of them. It's 4 A.M. and the sky is beautiful up and away from this room and this bed and the oppressive inevitability of sleep. I HATE SLEEP. But sleep always comes (that, or madness). — Jhonen Vasquez
I Really Hate Sayings By Axl Rose: At times I enjoy writing and at others times I just hate it because it's At times I enjoy writing and at others times I just hate it because it's definitely having to go back and experience some pain and express what you really feel. — Axl Rose
I Really Hate Sayings By Carrie Jones: Thank you for getting me," I try to say. My lips are so tired they Thank you for getting me," I try to say. My lips are so tired they don't want to move.
"Anytime,Zara.Really.I mean it." He seems to be smelling my hair.
"I know you hate me and everything but we should be friends," I tell him, closing my eyes.
"I don't hate you," he says. "That's not it at all."
"What is it then? Are you a victim of parthenophobia?"
"Parthenophobia?"
"Fear of girls."
"You are so strange." He moves back even closer to me, this wicked glint in his eyes like he's trying hard not to snort-laugh at me. His hand presses against the side of my head. Nobody has ever touched me like this before, all gentle and romantic, but strong at the same time. "I'm not afraid of girls."
"Then why haven't you kissed any?"
For a second his eyes flash. "Maybe the right one hasn't come around yet. — Carrie Jones
I Really Hate Sayings By Jane Austen: Implacable resentment is a shade in acharacter. But you have chosen your fault well. I Implacable resentment is a shade in a
character. But you have chosen your fault well. I really
cannot laugh at it. You are safe from me."
"There is, I believe, in every disposition a tendency to some
particular evil - a natural defect, which not even the best education
can overcome."
"And your defect is to hate everybody."
"And yours," he replied with a smile, "is willfully to
misunderstand them. — Jane Austen
I Really Hate Sayings By Becky Albertalli: Even if he likes me, I'm not sure he'd like me naked. I hate that Even if he likes me, I'm not sure he'd like me naked. I hate that I'm even thinking that. I hate hating my body. Actually, I don't even hate my body. I just worry everyone else might. Because chubby girls don't get boyfriends, and they definitely don't have sex. Not in movies - not really - unless it's supposed to be a joke. And I don't want to be a joke. — Becky Albertalli
I Really Hate Sayings By America Ferrera: I really hate the duties of being a celebrity, like getting dressed up for the I really hate the duties of being a celebrity, like getting dressed up for the red carpet. — America Ferrera
I Really Hate Sayings By Douglas Coupland: Jason's father, Reg, always said "Love what God loves and hate what God hates," but Jason's father, Reg, always said "Love what God loves and hate what God hates," but more often than not I had the impression that he really meant "Love what Reg loves and hate what Reg hates. — Douglas Coupland
I Really Hate Sayings By Paget Brewster: I really didn't feel challenged anymore. I wanted to learn something and be excited again I really didn't feel challenged anymore. I wanted to learn something and be excited again ... While it can be a family - that environment is actually a family - in the sense that also you sometimes hate each other, you can't stand being around each other and grudges are held ... I was getting cranky on 'Criminal Minds.' — Paget Brewster
I Really Hate Sayings By Daniel Bruhl: I'm always nervous doing auditions - to be honest, I hate it. I always envy I'm always nervous doing auditions - to be honest, I hate it. I always envy the actors who are so cool and cold-blooded when they go in for an audition, especially if it's for a part that you would really love to play. — Daniel Bruhl
I Really Hate Sayings By Eddie Redmayne: In England we have this saying about Marmite: people either love it or hate it. In England we have this saying about Marmite: people either love it or hate it. That's like a lot of the movie work I've done. People either find it repulsive or find it really interesting and get engaged in it. — Eddie Redmayne
I Really Hate Sayings By Linda Ronstadt: I grew up in Arizona. I love it. I'm a part of the desert. I I grew up in Arizona. I love it. I'm a part of the desert. I feel like, really, I'm from the Sonoran Desert, which is - extends to both sides of the border. I'm really from that part of Mexico, also. And I hate that there's a fence, you know, running through it. — Linda Ronstadt
I Really Hate Sayings By Jackee Harry: I hate to say it, but the older you get, you really do have to I hate to say it, but the older you get, you really do have to cut down on the amount you eat. Less food and less portions. — Jackee Harry
I Really Hate Sayings By Christian Louboutin: I hate the whole concept of comfort! I hate the whole concept of comfort! — Christian Louboutin
I Really Hate Sayings By Gigi Levangie Grazer: Clarissa, I was calling to ask if you wanted to go to the Laker game Clarissa, I was calling to ask if you wanted to go to the Laker game tonight."
Now, Clarissa was hurt. "This is really last minute."
"I know, I'm sorry. I just got the tickets."
"As I see it," Clarissa said, recovering, "you have two problems: One, I have plans, and two, I hate baseball."
"Basketball," Aaron said. — Gigi Levangie Grazer
I Really Hate Sayings By Sam Shepard: Film acting is really the trick of doing moments. You rarely do a take that Film acting is really the trick of doing moments. You rarely do a take that lasts more than 20 seconds. You really earn your spurs acting onstage. I needed to do that for myself. I would hate to say at the end of everything that I never did a stage play. — Sam Shepard
I Really Hate Sayings By Ken Wilson: I love you, but I hate your overeating" doesn't help a marriage. It's not helpful I love you, but I hate your overeating" doesn't help a marriage. It's not helpful because hatred is a powerful emotion (a posture, really) that is not easy to wield or maintain carefully. Hatred is more a bludgeon than a scalpel. Our ability to distinguish sin from sinner, especially in others, is so limited, so vulnerable to our own unexamined subjectivity. — Ken Wilson
I Really Hate Sayings By James Patterson: Every other person in the world would have looked at it and thought, Max would Every other person in the world would have looked at it and thought, Max would hate this. It was girly. It was beautiful. It wasn't made of titanium and black leather with spikes on it. But it seemed exactly right, in a weird, heart-fluttery kind of way. And I really loved it. — James Patterson
I Really Hate Sayings By Katie Kacvinsky: I really hate the news. I really hate the news. — Katie Kacvinsky
I Really Hate Sayings By Lil' Wayne: Oops, I said on my d-ck. I aint really mean to say on my d-ck. Oops, I said on my d-ck. I aint really mean to say on my d-ck. But since we talking about my d-ck, all of you haters say hi to it. — Lil' Wayne
I Really Hate Sayings By Daniel Radosh: To a Christian, the dastardly liberals are not so much villains as victims. It's not To a Christian, the dastardly liberals are not so much villains as victims. It's not their fault they're possessed by demons. But if I felt a slight diminishing of hostility, I also saw any hope of mutual accommodation go up in a blast of sulfurous smoke...these days, much of what liberals really anguish about behind closed doors is how to find common ground with people of faith. And now I realized that for at least some people, common ground will never be possible because they don't object to specific ideas that can be reframed or adjusted. They object to Satan, whose bidding we are doing. They may not hate us - they may believe they love us - but they hate him, and they won't negotiate with him either. We want to persuade them, reason with them, listen to them, and accommodate them. They want to save us. It's not even the same playing field. — Daniel Radosh
I Really Hate Sayings By Max Tundra: People call me a bedroom electronic musician, which I suppose I am. But I hate People call me a bedroom electronic musician, which I suppose I am. But I hate most electronic music; I find it really boring. — Max Tundra
I Really Hate Sayings By William J. Clinton: Drugs nearly killed my brother when he was a young man and I hate them. Drugs nearly killed my brother when he was a young man and I hate them. He fought back. And I'm really proud of him. But I learned something in going through that long nightmare with our family. And I can tell you, something has happened to some of our young people. They simply don't think these drugs are dangerous anymore. Or they think the risk is acceptable. — William J. Clinton
I Really Hate Sayings By Jim Butcher: I'd hate to find out that the universe really wasn't conspiring against me. It would I'd hate to find out that the universe really wasn't conspiring against me. It would jerk the rug out from under my persecution complex. — Jim Butcher
I Really Hate Sayings By Jenny Colgan: That thing that everyone talks about. That really big newspaper in the sky that came That thing that everyone talks about. That really big newspaper in the sky that came along and ruined everything else, blah blah blah.'
Rosie was stumped, until light finally dawned. 'You mean the internet?'
'Well, yes. I hate that thing.'
'The whole thing?'
'Yes.'
'You hate the entire internet?'
'Yes. — Jenny Colgan
I Really Hate Sayings By Alexei Navalny: I really hate the people in power. I hate them with every fiber of my I really hate the people in power. I hate them with every fiber of my being. That is what drives me in almost everything I do. — Alexei Navalny
I Really Hate Sayings By Gail Giles: Simon Glass was easy to hate. I never knew exactly why, there was just too Simon Glass was easy to hate. I never knew exactly why, there was just too much to pick from. I guess, really, we each hated him for a different reason, but we didn't realize it until the day we killed him. — Gail Giles
I Really Hate Sayings By Henry Rollins: He said that hate makes the world go roundPeople are afraid of what they really He said that hate makes the world go round
People are afraid of what they really want
They make enemies of all the things that they would like to be
They condition themselves to not embrace what they are
Love is a clinging nausea
I tried to disagree with him
It was no use
I never saw a more honest look in anyone's eyes. — Henry Rollins
I Really Hate Sayings By Douglas Adams: I think it's even worse when you're in a situation where the object of your I think it's even worse when you're in a situation where the object of your desire is being nice to you and liking you, but that's not enough, they've got to hate you or love you; anything in between is really upsetting and Arthur finds that very, very difficult. And — Douglas Adams
I Really Hate Sayings By Michael Shaara: Home. One place is just like another, really. Maybe not. But truth is it's all Home. One place is just like another, really. Maybe not. But truth is it's all just rock and dirt and people are roughly the same. I was born up there but I'm no stranger here. Have always felt at home everywhere, even in Virginia, where they hate me. Everywhere you go there's nothing but the same rock and dirt and houses and people and deer and birds. They give it all names, but I'm at home everywhere. Odd thing: unpatriotic. I was at home in England. I would be at home in the desert. In Afghanistan or far Typee. All mine, it all belongs to me. My world. — Michael Shaara
I Really Hate Sayings By Adam Levine: I hate flying. Know why? Because no one really understands how planes actually work. I hate flying. Know why? Because no one really understands how planes actually work. — Adam Levine
I Really Hate Sayings By Jayden Hunter: A lot of tragedy would be averted if people didn't confuse trust with love. I A lot of tragedy would be averted if people didn't confuse trust with love. I expect my clients to trust me. I really don't care if they hate me. ~ Brandon Hull — Jayden Hunter
I Really Hate Sayings By Meg Cabot: I was about to order Chinese when I looked out the window and saw you. I was about to order Chinese when I looked out the window and saw you. Hey, do you two want to stay? We're getting moo shu."
It was so like Uncle Chris to go from wanting to beat John up one minute, to inviting him for moo shu the next.
"Uh, maybe," I said. I pointed to the French doors, looking questioningly at John. He nodded. "Let's see how it goes, okay, Uncle Chris?"
"That'd be good," Uncle Chris said. "We could talk all this out."
John followed me inside, Uncle Chris trailing behind us, his expression curious rather than suspicious.
"I hate it when families fight," Uncle Chris was saying. "It makes it so uncomfortable ... "
I suppose I should have counted it lucky that it had been Uncle Chris, and not some other adult, I'd run into first at home. I wasn't sure if it was because of all the years he'd sent out of mainstream society-he still had no idea how to text, or what Google was-or if his personality was really this childlike. — Meg Cabot
I Really Hate Sayings By Matthew Woodring Stover: Hobbie: "Have I told you today how much I really, really hate you?" Janson: "Oh, Hobbie: "Have I told you today how much I really, really hate you?"
Janson: "Oh, sure, your lips say 'I hate you' but your eyes say - "
Hobbie: "That someday I'll murder you in your sleep? — Matthew Woodring Stover
I Really Hate Sayings By Buzz Osborne: Now I have never met a group of people who hate music more than professional Now I have never met a group of people who hate music more than professional roadies, and it is clearly obvious that 99.9 percent of them know nothing at all about music. Nothing. I find this to be quite strange, really. It's like someone who works in a bakery knowing nothing about baking. — Buzz Osborne
I Really Hate Sayings By Anjali Kirpalani: I smile at the interviewer's stern face to buy more time. This is why I I smile at the interviewer's stern face to buy more time. This is why I hate interviews. I don't see the point of them; you can't really be honest. I can't tell Mrs. Chainani that I left my producer job because all my colleagues were bitches. The job was too stressful and everyone was horrible. It certainly wasn't glamorous. I'm not really passionate about the media. I'm not passionate about anything, really. I just need a job. Anything will do. — Anjali Kirpalani
I Really Hate Sayings By Angelina Jolie: I cry secretly. I don't really cry in front of anybody. I hate crying. I I cry secretly. I don't really cry in front of anybody. I hate crying. I feel like it's not accomplishing anything. But when I lost my mother, I cried, and I cried big. — Angelina Jolie
I Really Hate Sayings By Josh Stern: I hate pulling out ... I mean, I'm really bad at the whole parking thing I hate pulling out ... I mean, I'm really bad at the whole parking thing ... — Josh Stern
I Really Hate Sayings By Si Robertson: I was largely drinking to forget where I was. When you're in a place like I was largely drinking to forget where I was. When you're in a place like Vietnam, you get to a point where you don't care any more. You're in a place that's foreign to you, and you know for a fact that many people there hate you and will kill you if they get the chance. It really does something to your mind to know that many of the people living around you don't like you and want you to die. — Si Robertson
I Really Hate Sayings By Moby: We almost need to cultivate - I hate to sound New Age-y - but to We almost need to cultivate - I hate to sound New Age-y - but to cultivate a positive bias, and really work to focus on those things and notice those things that are wonderful and uplifting. — Moby
I Really Hate Sayings By Ross Kemp: I really hate people who feel their private lives should be paraded, and there are I really hate people who feel their private lives should be paraded, and there are magazines like 'Hello!,' 'OK' and 'Bella' totally devoted to this. — Ross Kemp
I Really Hate Sayings By Miranda Hart: If I had had plastic surgery, I would have asked for something better than the If I had had plastic surgery, I would have asked for something better than the face you are seeing! I actually really hate plastic surgery when it's just for aesthetics and anti-ageing. I think ageing is beautiful and expressive and characterful. — Miranda Hart
I Really Hate Sayings By Aaron Sorkin: I love writing, but hate starting. The page is awfully white and it says, 'You I love writing, but hate starting. The page is awfully white and it says, 'You may have fooled some of the people some of the time but those days are over, Giftless. I'm not your agent and I'm not your mommy: I'm a white piece of paper. You wanna dance with me?' and I really, really don't. I'll go peaceable-like. — Aaron Sorkin