We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Slap Quotes from Tomi Lahren, Karren Brady, Ryan Hall, Tim Cahill, Felicity Huffman. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
The hard left labels anyone who challenges it ‘divisive.’ The leftists live in a world where everyone is free to look different but must think the same. I don’t play their game. I threaten them and their narrative. That’s why they slap the ‘divisive’ label and attempt to dismiss me. It’s not going to work – not on me.
Let’s face it, when is it actually ever funny to joke about hitting someone? Never, right? The threat to give someone a slap, no matter how you look at it, is aggressive.
But it is nice to know that you have other races lined up, because sometimes you can get so focused on your next marathon that it can become kind of unhealthy in some ways. So it’s nice to have something else to slap you in the face and say, all right, there is life after the Olympics.
Right whales, for all their size, are surprisingly athletic. They roll, they slap their flukes, they lift their heads out of the water in a move known as a spy hop. They find playthings and are particularly fond of swimming repeatedly through clumps of seaweed, which slides over them like a feathered boa.
I can’t tell you what a pleasure it is to just put my hair under a wig cap and slap on a wig that’s already done. It’s dress up for your hair!
I’m probably my biggest critic. I worry that if you spend any quality time reveling in good things then karma will slap you upside the head, so I try to stay as even keel as I’m able.
I shampoo only once a week or so, with tree tea oil shampoo. And when I slap moisturizer on my face – just some stuff I bought in the grocery store – I pile it through my hair.
It was never my intention to be an actor, and I don’t know if I’ll ever call myself an actor because I’ve always said that would be a slap in the face to proper actors, but it’s fun, and thankfully, I’ve had the luxury in my adult life that anything I’ve done has been fun.
Even if Sadio comes and tells me that he’s better than Messi, I’d slap him in his face and tell him ‘shut up boy, sit down!’ But in 2019, in my perspective, he had a better season.
Being married to a fellow northerner helps – he’s got to keep it real or his mum would soon slap him into place.
Just because we’re on schedule is no reason to shoot bad acting. Someone once said to me, ‘You’re inconsiderate.’ And I said, ‘Inconsiderate? Bad acting is the ultimate inconsideration.’ It’s a collective slap to a million faces at the same time.
I always feel that art in general and acting in particular should make the audience a little uncomfortable, to slap them and wake them up.
I had a journalist slap me, and it wasn’t anyone that I had ever met before. I was at the airport.
Sometimes those fears creep into the back of your head, but then you slap yourself and think, ‘Oh, woe is me! People actually like me.’ What a silly thing to worry about. This is a huge opportunity, and I’m excited.
I’m a control freak. If you’re going to slap my name on something, I would like to control it.
Every award for me is important because it means a slap against militarism and fascism in Indonesia.
When I was released by the Eagles, I feel they tried to paint a picture that definitely wasn’t true. It was a slap in the face, coming off one of my best seasons in the NFL.
I think there’s a difference between somebody who grows up in Paris or London and goes to Los Angeles. But if you grow up in the green fields, and you rarely go into the city, you’re so overprotected that when you do go to L.A., it’s almost a bigger slap in the head.
Also I just think I’ve been lucky enough to have great parents, and I’ve had good people around me who have always been honest with me, who would give me a purely metaphorical slap if I ever got too big for my boots.
As a New Yorker, this is what you do: you confront, jab, and slap, sometimes wrongly, then smile and forget about it.
I don’t want to be a slap hitter, but be a dangerous hitter in the lineup and want people to come right at me.
Allowing illegal immigrants that are gang members and criminals with COVID to enter the U.S. and receive citizenship is a slap in the face to the American people and the rule of law.
I liked Art Linkletter’s way of conducting an interview while still keeping it light and I even admired Jack Bailey, host of ‘Queen for a Day.’ Particularly fascinating was how he could listen to all those awful tales of woe, then smile and slap someone on the back and declare her Queen for a Day.
What I try to steer my kids away from is any time there’s a pattern, and you can slap any other track on that track, and it would still work.
We did ‘Friends Like These’ on BBC and ‘Slap Bang’ on ITV which didn’t work as well.
When I was younger and my parents used to always slap my hand if I was picking my nose or if I was running around screaming I was told to shut up.
Control freak politicians never rest, and a few of the more dedicated ones are working relentlessly to slap chains on the world’s most unfettered market. The Marketplace Fairness Act will end up forcing consumers to pay higher prices for the goods they desire.
Cancer is a cosmic slap in the face. You either get discouraged or ennobled by it.
I began imagining scenes in public which some drunk would come up to me and slap me in the face. Nothing like that ever happened, but I often wonder if I would have turned the other cheek.
At the crux of Half Dome, at the very top of the wall, imagine, like, a smooth wall of rock – a nearly vertical granite slap with tiny ripples for your hands and feet. And so you’re really trusting the rubber on your shoes to stick to these ripples.
‘Shkoff’ is to eat. ‘Shkiaff’ is to slap. Like, ‘Gettouttahere I’m gonna give you a couple of shkiaffs,’ or, ‘Forget presentation, just shkiaff the food onto the plate.’
If you see me on the street, don’t just say, ‘There goes Nipsey.’ Walk over and say, ‘Hello Nipsey,’ and give me a warm slap on the back and hand me a few dollars.
I like to look nice when I go out and I’ll put on a bit of slap, but I’m not someone who spends hours looking at myself. I live on a farm in Devon and when I look in the mirror I can see my garden behind me. That’s what I’m really interested in.
When I see things that are inspiring, I must write a song about it. Some people make a t-shirt or slap something on a wall with paint, but I must make music and freestyle rap.
Seriously, who doesn’t want to slap a 27-year-old movie star?
The critics slap labels on you and then expect you to talk inside their terms.
I think I’m the only actor in the history of film who got to slap Sam Jackson on the face and butt and lived to tell about it.
If I didn’t already sense that I was different, I certainly was reminded, whether by my parents or by the other school kids. Not just reminded. Told… I was made to believe it wasn’t right. If I went a little bit too off – slap! It was Dad’s upbringing and it was Victorian, and that’s the way he was.
I think it’s absolutely absurd that we’re playing on turf, and it’s really a slap in the face to women’s football by FIFA and just a show of disrespect.
If I had my way, all actors over 55 would be issued a 3-lb. wet salmon with which to slap the face of every young, beautiful, successful upstart.
I slap people in public, especially erring policemen. I can even challenge them to a duel. I am a gunfighter.
As an actor, you want new challenges. U.S. TV can be very formulaic. So when something gets a reaction, as ‘The Slap’ has, that’s great. The sense I get is that it’s not about me or my performance. More than anything it’s the subject matter that people are focused on.’
It’s good to have a lot of once-in-a-lifetimes in your lifetime. If you get the chance to skydive, go skydiving. If you’re offered a part in a weird Shakespeare play in San Diego, slap on some tights and rock out some iambic pentameter.
There are still some terrible cliches in the presentation of Indian fiction. The lotus flower. The hennaed hands. In mainland Europe, people still slap these images on my books and I go bananas.
I think in a lot of ways, I handle the leadership role a little different than others. I’m not going to rah-rah or slap you across the helmet or push you. I’m going to talk to you.
The only way I’d be caught without makeup is if my radio fell in the bathtub while I was taking a bath and electrocuted me and I was in between makeup at home. I hope my husband would slap a little lipstick on me before he took me to the morgue.
People look at me, and they have a certain perception, and they slap a label on me. The guy you saw in a wrestling ring is not who I am.
In ECW, the fans would warm me up. I’d walk around the ring and slap hands with everyone and get ready for the match. I’d feed off that energy, I would use that to create positive energy. In WWE, it’s different. It’s a timed show; everything is timed. We know – when we get to the ring, we know when there’s a commercial.
I never wanted to be a slap hitter. It would hurt my pride if someone called me one. I wanted to be a guy who could do everything.
The jarring change going from an urban environment to an extremely remote natural environment is extremely inspiring. It’s constantly stimulating, it’s like a slap in the face.
The records that I like, they have life and warmth and soul in them. Like the slap back on Scotty Moore’s guitar on ‘Mystery Train.’ You’re not gonna get that in a computer. You’re gonna want a live room, you’re gonna wanna bounce the tape, you’re gonna want real musicians, in a room, vibin’ off of each other.
I don’t tend to write straight dramas where real life just impinges. But because I don’t, when I do, it is very interesting to slap people in the face with just an absolute of life.
We have a show very early on called ‘Slap Bang’ on a Saturday night and it didn’t work. It started off peak time and started getting earlier and earlier in the schedule. I think that that taught us you have to adapt.
Well, I think one of the big things wrong with kids these days, a lot of them don’t have a family. A lot of them got one parent and there’s quite a few that don’t have any parents and that’s where the whole problem is. There’s no family life, no father to slap ’em around when they need it.
I don’t knock anyone’s hustle, but I didn’t want to slap my name on anything that wasn’t authentic to me.
‘The Slap’ is not like anything else. It’s an incredibly well-written novel that has been turned into a great and intriguing series that reveals both less and more about each character than you learn in the book. It’s a novel that has been given a second chance to live.
Actually, my favourite roles have been in theatre, but on TV, my faves were Slap Maxwell and Larry Sanders.
I wear mascara, eyeliner, a bit of foundation and blusher. I always think lip gloss makes you appear properly made-up. Slap it on and suddenly you look glamorous.
If you catch me saying ‘I am a serious actor’, I beg you to slap me.
I just couldn’t imagine hitting a child. But in ‘The Slap’ it’s an extreme situation. You have to ask yourself – would you step in if a child was out of control?
I just did an ad with Microsoft. I’m dressed as Napoleon, and I get to slap Bill Gates.
I think the whole Flawless thing backfired in my face. I’m just like, ‘oh, man! We’re out here calling ourselves Flawless, and being the most obnoxious characters, that even I wanted to slap myself sometimes!’ Even I would get sick of watching myself on TV!
I know that. I’m having a ball. I’m not slap happy. I’m just filled up with joy and with peace and with all kinds of things that have eluded me for quite a few years. And they’re back and they’re thriving.
I think fans can tell if you just slap a skateboarder on a game – you can’t fool kids.
Train your girls, if someone is touching you the wrong way, slap him.
I am just a beginner. The two films so far are baby steps. If I develop an attitude, I’ll be finished even before I’ve started. Besides, if I started misbehaving, my folks would give me a tight slap.
The prenup needs to be drawn up months before the wedding, not days – it’s not something you slap together and sign in the car on the way to the ceremony. A shotgun prenup might not hold up in court.
No matter how long my day has been, I never forget to remove my make-up and slap on some intensive moisturiser before I go to bed.
I am a tender, beautiful and loving guy that happens to slap a photographer now and then because they get in my way.
There are many times when a woman will ask another girl friend how she likes her new hat. She will reply, ‘Fine,’ but slap her hand to her forehead the minute the girl leaves to yipe, ‘What a horror!’
I’m always going to feel like the underdog. I feel like that’s the kind of mind-set I want to have and if I do lose that mind-set, I want somebody to slap me in the face and say, ‘Hey, pick it up and get back to the roots.’
I’m shy and can’t for the life of me barge around and slap people on the back. I sit in a corner by myself and am tickled to death when someone comes over to talk to me.
I’ll slap anyone who tries to get fresh with me.
What’s so fun about doing the same thing again and again? You can only slap the handcuffs on a guy so many times.
I certainly never get above my station – my family would soon slap me back down to earth.
I’m completely in charge of my own life now. Sometimes there’s no one there to slap me on the hand and say: ‘Stop being so bullish and bossy,’ and things like that.
Beijing was a huge slap in the face, and it forced me to look at myself. I have to realise that this is my life.