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You’ll find people who rib you about their age are petrified about getting old. It doesn’t bother me.
I live now on borrowed time, waiting in the anteroom for the summons that will inevitably come. And then – I go on to the next thing, whatever it is. One doesn’t, luckily, have to bother about that.
I’m not a particularly private person, it doesn’t bother me when things about me come out.
Advertising is salesmanship mass produced. No one would bother to use advertising if he could talk to all his prospects face-to-face. But he can’t.
This kitchen is completely calm. Some of the old-fashioned chefs – they become kings in their kitchen, they’ve got to be called chef. But I don’t care if someone calls me chef or Heston, it really doesn’t bother me.
Basically, if I have no intention of using a service then I won‘t bother reverse-engineering it.
People are people. All that celebrity tagging doesn’t bother me at all.
I was always the slightly fat kid, which used to bother me quite a bit.
A logical analysis of reflexive usages in French shows, however, that this simplicity is an illusion and that, so far from helping the foreigner, it is more calculated to bother him.
It’s fine with me if people want to applaud between movements of a concerto. It doesn’t bother me – it’s part of performance experience.
My personal life is invented for me, so why bother?
Being called a new artist doesn’t bother me at all.
We had a saying at Blockbuster: ‘If you don’t come in on Saturday, don’t bother coming in on Sunday.’ We worked hard.
I grew up in the South, and our way of dealing with each other was teasing, ribbing, making fun and scrapping in the street. Criticism doesn’t bother me so much. It actually made me, when I was younger, more aggressive. But you get into middle age, and you lose interest in that stuff. It’s not serious.
The secret of being miserable is to have leisure to bother about whether you are happy or not. The cure for it is occupation.
I don’t bother anybody, but I don’t let people walk over me.
If I like what I am doing, the TRP games doesn’t bother me.
I’m not easily offended so whether it be a compliment or a derogatory comment, it really doesn’t bother me.
At the end of the day you have to step in the ring and show what you got, so being overlooked by the media and stuff like that, it doesn’t really bother me.
I’m not a big fan of the WWE coming over into our sport and everyone making a show of themselves. It’s not that, it doesn’t bother me, its good for some guys, but that’s just me, its not my personality, I told myself a long time ago I’m not gonna sell myself out, I’m not gonna sell my soul to be something I’m not.
I usually don’t let any kind of pressure bother me.
Actually I like working kind of fast, because if you got it, why bother doing it over and over?
I can work 24 hours a day and not have it bother me.
I just say to anyone in life or in sport, don’t let defeat bother you and don’t let no one say you can’t. Stay focused and stay positive and keep working hard.
Friends told me not to bother with the silents – they’re jerky, poorly photographed and ludicrously badly acted. But I was immediately struck by the freshness and vitality of these films.
Sergey Brin has said to me, like, 10 times now, ‘Why do you bother doing books? Why don’t you just put all this stuff on the Internet?’ It’s because 10 years from now, my book will still be sitting on someone’s coffee table or in a waiting room.
In inter-state tournaments, they used to make fun of my gear. It didn’t bother me. I had my body and my biggest weapon was my mind.
An actor should not bother about the camera per se, and what kind it is.
Why should we bother making a super high-quality, expensive album if nobody is going to pay for it anyway and will just download it for free as an MP3 that has no depth whatsoever because of the small file size?
I just try to play my normal game, and I don’t let other people bother me.
Nobody’s impressed back home. All my friends were going, ‘Oh right, so you’re doing a play up in Leeds? Another depressing one is it? Do you mind if we don’t bother coming?’ I love that.
I’ve been asked whether I was worried about getting a reputation as a firefighter and it doesn’t bother me.
I love sports. I was an athlete in high school, and my school was so small we didn’t have a football team, so it’s the one sport I didn’t bother to learn the rules to because I never went to game.
I get referred to as the social media kid on set, but I don’t let it bother me. I try not to.
Bullies really bother me a lot. A lot, a lot.
When I played Robin Hood, I knew the great role was Alan Rickman’s and it didn’t bother me. I always think that leading actors should be called the best supporting actors.
I don’t watch a lot of my work. I’m not really interested in seeing it after I do it. Because I came from theater, where, you know, it’s impossible to actually review your work, so why would I bother under any other circumstances?
What I play on screen doesn’t bother me.
There’s a total separation between the federal government and the people. So running for president was an attempt on my part to get people to care enough to go vote. But people just don’t bother. And that’s why it’s not working.
If you call me ‘fat,’ it doesn’t bother me because I just don’t care.
People do make assumptions about models. That’s their issue, not mine. It doesn’t bother me because I’m comfortable enough in my own skin – I know who I am.
I know there are people who don’t like their audience or like the experience of being recognized or celebrated, but my audience has been very good – they don’t bother me and when they do contact me it’s usually on the nicest possible terms.
Put me on telly, and I think I have a relaxation on camera that makes an audience relax, too. It’s not a conscious thing. Cameras don’t bother me, whereas other people try to perform to them.
I do love to walk around in New York because people will notice me, smile, but they never bother anyone. New Yorkers are very cool. I love New York.
So many bands would say that they were alternative, or they were this or that… ‘Heavy metal‘ was a pretty uncool word after about 1992; it was almost like, ‘Stay away.’ But it didn’t bother us one bit. And our fans were the best ever.
I understand sociopolitical problems of the country, they bother me a lot.
Falling down became second nature and it really didn’t bother me.
Yes, you are under surveillance. Yes, it is odious. Yes, it should bother you. And yes, it’s hard to know how to avoid it.
I like causing trouble. It’s the teddy boy in me. I used to be a teddy boy. Feeling slightly inferior and wanting to cause a bit of bother and get some action going on in the room rather than get bored stiff. Does that make sense?
My ideas for the next collection always happen a couple of months before the show. I have learned to shut up and not bother my assistants with it.
I’ve been ostracized before in legislative bodies for voting against the majority. That doesn’t bother me.
When Clinton traveled to Russia, known for its hackers and cyber warfare against the United States and other democracies, she didn’t bother to tap into the government-protected email system provided by the State Department. Instead, she continued to communicate through her personal, home-brewed and unsecured server.
The criticism from the media never really bothered me. I’d correct it when I can, but that’s their job. If stuff wasn’t personal, then it really didn’t bother me.
Fighting away from home doesn’t bother me.
I believe – we all pay taxes. I’m happy to pay it, but I hate to have it abused, money wasted, no accountability. That’s going to bother you.
‘Antiques Roadshow’ is my favorite show. Every Monday night I have one hour of appointment television. I get the popcorn out and tell my husband, ‘Don’t bother me.’
I am fully present wherever I am. Why bother being in a community or neighborhood and not being fully present? I think that’s colonization. I’m not interested in that.
To make my entire career at Lyon doesn’t bother me as long as they continue to have the development and ambition to have a competitive team, even if we’re not certain to win the Champions League.
Sometimes you can have too much information. You keep gathering information and never bother to find out what the real answer is.
It’s really hard for me to sometimes put myself out there, like ‘Hey, how do you feel about making music together?’ because maybe I’m afraid of rejection or I don’t want to put anybody out. It’s the Southerner in me, like, ‘I don’t mean to bother you but do you mind making a song?’
I didn’t bother with trash-talking people’s moms, wives, or girlfriends. I was like, ‘Hold on, man, you mean to tell me you’re making $10 million a year? That’s $9 million, $999,999 too much!’ That ate them up.
The fact that people don’t like me doesn’t bother me.
I’m a big boy with big shoulders and I’ve had some real world issues so getting some stick online doesn’t bother me.
I grew up not really having a father figure, and it didn’t bother me, because he wasn’t there in the first place. But then he started other families, and I was jealous. It was like he was happy without our family.
Don’t bother about being modern. Unfortunately it is the one thing that, whatever you do, you cannot avoid.
Punk was more based on social change than on music, so it didn’t bother me too much. It wasn’t really a musical threat.
If you’re playing the character, you could say to yourself in 16 different ways, What if that didn’t bother me? What if I knew exactly what he was talking about? What if I didn’t get excited?
I can take anything. You can whip me and it won’t bother me.
There are half a dozen subjects that I return to time and time again, and that doesn’t bother me. Because most of my favorite writers do that, to hunt down the same topic or theme from different directions each time.
I think there’s something wrong with me – I like to win in everything I do, regardless of what it is. You want to race down the street, I want to beat you. If we’re playing checkers, I want to win. You beat me, it’s going to bother me. I just enjoy competition.
Nudity has never seemed to bother Grace Jones. Her art has thrived, in part, on a physical candor that both shocked people and redrew the boundaries of taste, beauty, and eroticism around her masculinity, ebony skin, and unrelenting intensity.
It doesn’t bother me that I didn’t get all the recognition. It really doesn’t. I tried to keep things as honest as possible. People will either appreciate it over the years or they won’t.
I just worry because I know I say a lot, often. It doesn’t bother me, it’s more about the people that get affected around me.
The annals of business are filled with stories of companies that thought they had it made and could milk their enterprises without having to bother about improving their products or services. It’s amazing how fast they found their markets disappearing.
I don’t try to communicate with my ‘audience’. I don’t bother with that any more. I used to try to have conversations with people, but it’s futile.
The apprehension whether people will like it or not also doesn’t bother me much. I’ve always done my work with a gut feeling that this is what I would like to do and I’ve always enjoyed doing it.
At this point in my career, it doesn’t bother me much that I’m probably hopelessly typecast. I like to work, and horror films definitely keep me working.
When people underestimate or think my success has come easily, that doesn’t bother me.
The southern colonists were not preoccupied with their own historical significance and mostly did not bother even to make the records of births, marriages, and deaths that they required of themselves by law. Nor did they write accounts of what they were up to for the benefit of posterity.
Well, I love fishing. I wouldn’t kill a fly myself but I’ve no hesitation in killing a fish. A lot of men are like that. No bother. Out you come. Thump. And that’s not the only reason.
I am so tired of ruggedly handsome heroes. I don’t know too many ruggedly handsome people who are necessarily nice people. In fact, the beautiful people have a big handicap because they rely too much on their appearance and don’t bother to become interesting.
Petty things don’t bother me as much as they used to.
A movie star is someone people look at and go, ‘I want to be like that person’. There’s the responsibility of desire. It’s not something I’m interested in trying. I would fail miserably at it, so why even bother?
I’m not a big fan of psychoanalysis: I think if you have mental problems what you need are good pills. But I do think that if you have thinks that bother you, things that are unresolved, the more that you talk about them, write about them, the less serious they become.
It doesn’t bother me to have people looking up to me, because I don’t think I say anything too crazy or over the top where people can’t look at me as a role model.
It doesn’t bother me to talk about my private life, it doesn’t bother me to talk about anything. My life is like a glass of water, transparent.
It’s like Richard Petty always said, ‘Racing isn’t the job. That’s where we get away from our job.’ That’s where we go out and have fun and get away from the madness. No one can bother you in there. There’s no phones, no interviews – it’s just you, driving.
I’m not going to change my style of play because it might bother some people. That is just the way we Brazilians are.
The fact is I’m always going to have naysayers. You’re always going to have haters. It really doesn’t bother me because I just rise above it.
I don’t think that one thing defines me, but I know that by coming out the way that I did, sort of almost pioneering it in action sports – to take that stand – that it’s always going to be a label that is stuck with me, and I know that I’ll always be the ‘gay skier,’ and it actually doesn’t bother me.
I don’t mind being the butt of the joke… It doesn’t really bother me. I quite enjoy it.
I don’t like sequels at all. If the movie’s good the first time, why bother?
I’ve been around long enough to know that a good deal of the praise heaped on me I had nothing to do with. The only thing I did object to was the fact that where the criticism was actually wrong. Did it bother me? Of course it bothered me. But I’ve been around long enough to have ups and downs. So you get over it.
If you Google me, you’ll find plenty of ‘dumb blonde’ references – even though I graduated with honors from Stanford and studied at Oxford University. I don’t let it bother me.
Textbook publishers don’t even bother to advertise at their conventions.
I don’t really mind any scrutiny. It doesn’t bother me. I’m going to still live my life and do everything I do the same way and not lose any sleep.
If I go 1-for-9 in a game and we win, it doesn’t bother me.
I can play with pain. It doesn’t bother me.
During my career, all my most fruitful victories have been on the opponents‘ territories, so the support of the British fans to Tony Bellew doesn’t bother me a lot.
Being the hero doesn’t bother me, but being part of a successful team does bother me.
A certain kind of film is a big theatrical film and a certain kind of film isn’t. It doesn’t bother me so much that you can pick your format.
My life has been a quest for knowledge and understanding, and I am nowhere near having achieved that. And it doesn’t bother me in the least. I will die without having come up with the answers to many things in life.
Goals don’t bother me, even though it is my job. I am as happy when team-mates scores as I am when I score. Winning is what matters.
Don’t bother discussing sex with small children. They rarely have anything to add.
I feel I’ve been deliberately sidelined by the mainstream filmmakers, but I don’t let that bother me. If I start thinking about that, I’ll lose focus on what I need to do and have to do.
Most of my supporters are people who actually know me. I just continue to do the best I can and I don’t bother to try and respond to every little bit because the best response is just to keep on doing what you think is right.
I don’t like lifts and will walk up 20 flights of stairs if I have to. Crowded rooms make me uncomfortable, too, although I can sing to a stadium full of thousands of people no bother.
Last year we had so many people coming in and out they didn’t bother to sew their names on the backs of the uniforms. They just put them there with Velcro.
I’ll never forget coming home after covering Sandy Hook. Seeing the faces of family members. The firefighters who could never unsee the unthinkable. Those tiny caskets. I came home, sat in my dark apartment because I didn’t even bother to turn the lights on, and wept.
I’m a designer, but I rely on programmers to bring my ideas to life. By learning to code myself, I think I can make things easier for all of us. Similarly, I want to be able to build things on my own without having to bother a programmer.
The comedy on ‘2 Broke Girls’ always comes from a place of love – it’s never mean. We’re a comedy, and we often go right to the edge. It doesn’t bother me. I’ve encountered this all my life. I’ve been made fun of all my life.
I utterly reject the view that the Third World is doomed to poverty and starvation. Not only is this wrong, I think this attitude verges on the immoral, like thinking that slavery is an unalterable facet of the human condition so why bother doing anything about it?
Coaches will do what they can but it doesn’t necessarily bother me. You are an international referee for a reason. If things like that are going to ruffle your feathers, don’t bother doing the job.
If I knew what the photograph was going to look like, I wouldn’t bother taking it. It’s the voyage of discovery that fascinates me.
It doesn’t bother me at all that some people think I am too outspoken.
I love the tour bunks. I can sleep like a baby in those bunks. It really doesn’t bother me at all. A lot of people have a difficult time – they’re like, ‘It’s like a coffin.’ I get in there and I just pass out. You can’t even wake me up.
When I see something I like, that’s all that counts. What they use, how they get there, I never bother them.
If you want to be a star, don’t bother doing it because it ends up being very empty.
It does not bother me that £60m has been paid for me. I come here to work and play for the club and to do the best I can for Manchester United.
In the Championship you do take tackles where you think, ‘OK, he is putting one on me to prove a point.’ They want to try and get in your head, ruin your performance. It doesn’t bother me.
Unless you insult my mother or something, there is not much you could say to me that would really bother me.
I’ve developed a theory that there’s an inverse relationship between money and imagination. That if you’ve got lots of imagination then you don’t really need much money, and if you’ve got lots of money then you won’t bother with much imagination.
I have great Indian genes! You know, I’m lazy. I want to take advantage of the fact that I have a great metabolism. When I start getting fat, I’ll work on it! I like food, and I don’t like the gym, and as long as I look like this without doing anything, why bother?
You have to know exactly what you want out of your career. If you want to be a star, you don’t bother with other things.
I think I’m lucky, in a way, because with the criticism I get online, it’s mostly from really young girls that are fans of One Direction, and they’re kind of already known for being mean online. So the things that they insult me with are things that don’t really bother me.
You can shave my head if you need to; it doesn’t bother me.
I don’t worry when I go away for a while. I think there is a place for me. It may not be at the top of the heap. But that doesn’t bother me, either. I think I will always be able to get work – which is the only thing I have ever really been interested in.
Strangely enough, through all those school years I decided at 13 or 14 I was going to be a musician and so school was just something to get out of the way, a waste of time and not to bother with it.
One of the things we joke about in the FPS development is it’s so hard to get the player to actually bother to look at all the cool stuff you’ve been doing. You spend a lot of time making really cool things, and usually the player isn’t looking where you want them to.
People and what they say don’t bother me like they used to. When I was younger, I really couldn’t take it because I couldn’t understand where the criticism was coming from.
I choose my work based on what is offered to me. If I see if my role can change the way the show will shape up, I come on board. If me being there in a show will make no difference, then I won’t bother being part of it. I am inclined to do things that I haven‘t done before.
Well, when you get into the business, what you have to realize is that signing autographs and getting ‘bothered’ is just part of the deal. It’s not a bother to me at all. That’s part of being an actor and that’s something you have to realize before you ever get into this business.
There are things that bother me. I try not to let them, but they do.
I would tell anyone who wanted to be an actor not to bother with drama school.
Proclaiming a sexual preference is something that straight men never really have to bother with.
You can tell when someone recognizes you and they want to say something, but they don’t want to bother you.
Bob Dylan is quite a songwriter, and a great singer and musician. I won’t bother with comparing myself to him, but I will say that I heard his records at a very young age and I still listen to all his records.
I refuse some movies. I cannot always give reasons why I refuse. Sometimes, I refuse just because I feel like refusing! I always look at my role, and never bother about who the hero will be when choosing a movie.
I don’t bother about how people feel about me. What matters to me is how I feel about them.
I have insecurities, but they don’t consume me. It doesn’t bother me if my hair’s a mess or if I have a bad skin day. I just don’t look in the mirror!
The man who is intent on making the most of his opportunities is too busy to bother about luck.
People don’t really bother me as much as you might think.
If you’re not willing to accept the pain real values incur, don’t bother going to the trouble of formulating a values statement. You’ll be better off without one.
Growing older doesn’t bother me.
When you are the champion, you are there to be shot at. It doesn’t bother me what people say.
If you told me tomorrow that I couldn’t act anymore, it wouldn’t bother me. I have only one wish: to meet the man of my life.
The family’s first, and the career is second. I could get fired from a show. As long as everything’s okay with my family, it really would not bother me.
Don’t bother people for help without first trying to solve the problem yourself.
When I turned 60, it didn’t bother me at all.
If I never fought for the belt, it wouldn’t bother me. That whole song and dance gets tiring, and it’s a lot of playing favorites. I’ve just had it dangled in front of me so many times, I’m just like, whatever, man.
I wouldn’t bother to describe me. I’m Eartha Kitt.
I can’t worry about what other people are saying about me. At the end of the day, it’s just their opinions, but if I said I don’t hear it, or it doesn’t bother me a little bit, I’d be lying to you.
Question: Why does anyone bother to listen to economists anymore? The profession has become an embarrassment, and the most respected economists have shown themselves to have as much predictive power as a deck of tarot cards.
I’d be lying to say I’ve not experienced a lot of racism in my life; it’s very much alive. I don’t let it bother me. I couldn’t be the singer I am if I didn’t let it go.
The criticism people could have of my music maybe is that it’s somewhat schizophrenic at times. And if you don’t like that, it could bother you.
The independence of all political and other bother is a happiness.
Eccentric doesn’t bother me. ‘Eccentric’ being a poetic interpretation of a mathematical term meaning something that doesn’t follow the lines – that’s okay.
I think at a club like Liverpool you always feel a bit of pressure. You should. But it doesn’t bother me.
If I feel strongly about something, I don’t bother what will people say, especially when it is about the country and the Army. But my cricketer friends are all politically correct when they tweet.
If it wasn’t for the fun and money, I really don’t know why I’d bother.
Telling a story in a futuristic world gives you this freedom to explore things that bother you in contemporary times.
You’ll go mad trying to figure out what people want. I don’t bother. I write the stories I want to read.
Knowledge is power only if man knows what facts not to bother with.
When ‘Game Of Thrones‘ came out, lots of interviews were coming in, and people asking me to do certain things which would push me out there. Like this whole Instagram and Twitter thing – getting more followers doesn’t bother me at all.
My wife knows that interacting with actresses is all part of the job, but there is a line which I’m not supposed to cross, and as long as I don’t cross it, there are no problems. She doesn’t bother with whatever I do onscreen. But the line is always there!
Do I feel underrated? Yes. Does that bother me? No, not really.
While I think love is a beautiful emotion, I can’t make simple love stories any more. In the time that I have, I would like to make films about things that move and bother me.
In my experience, adults rarely bother reading the reviews of children’s books and almost never read the books themselves – particularly if they don’t have children.
You know who you are. If my mother is a nun and someone comes up to me and they go, ‘Your mother is a prostitute.’ It is not going to bother me, because I know my mother is a nun, she’s not a prostitute.
Ive got four vertebrae that are fusing and compressing together so I am getting smaller. It doesnt bother me. Its just what it is.
I think I had a lot to do with why there’s even a thing such as 205 Live. In the past, when they started that, they didn’t even acknowledge me. I’ve gotta lie to tell you that that didn’t bother me.
In many parts of the country, like South India, people don’t bother much about the nationalist passions that BJP was attempting to rouse for electoral benefits.
I never take ideas from the headlines. I feel that if a story is good enough, a real story that is, then it’s already been covered by the media, and if it’s not good enough, why would I want to bother with it?
Still and all, why bother? Here’s my answer. Many people need desperately to receive this message: I feel and think much as you do, care about many of the things you care about, although most people do not care about them. You are not alone.
I don’t let anyone’s insecurities, emotions, or opinions bother me. I know that if I am happy, that’s all that matters to me.
It doesn’t bother me if I’m getting attention because I’m a girl.
I have no problem paying taxes. It doesn’t bother me, because I want to live in a society that’s happy.
I don’t mind people looking at me. That’s never bothered me. I don’t want them looking at me in my house; now that would bother me.
I don’t know if it’s just me getting older, but things that used to bother me, or that I used to take personally, or maybe since going through a public divorce. I just like, really, it takes a lot to bother me nowadays.
I don’t know how any film can bother you. It doesn’t have to do with multi-starrer films. If you are insecure, you can feel insecure being the only girl also.
The important thing is I’ve always been a responsible person. As a woman, too, you have to be a lot stronger. Things are always happening that if you let it bother you, you’ll be mad all the time.
I’m thick, actually. But it doesn’t bother me. I think I’m really clever.
I’ve always been proud of being a Marathi mulgi, but just because I don’t keep harping about it doesn’t mean I do not bother about my Marathi people.
As a doctor, you are out on call most nights, so you don’t get continuous sleep, and that becomes something that is familiar to you. So, working hard doesn’t bother me.
It’s no good saying I wished I could go out more, because I can’t. But I don’t bother about it too much.
I have a lot of friends who say that one of the freedoms of being older is you don’t care what other people think, which I don’t think is right. You care what other people think, but if you’re comfortable in your own skin, that doesn’t bother you.
I was lousy in school. Real screwed-up. A moron. I was antisocial and didn’t bother with the other kids. A really bad student. I didn’t have any brains. I didn’t know what I was doing there. That’s why I became an actor.
Only once did someone talking about my appearance bother me.
Most Americans never work as hard as when they’re trying to appear normal, and in New Orleans, we just don’t bother with that.