In this post, you will find great Loads Quotes from famous people, such as James Michael Tyler, Caroline Flack, Holly Willoughby, Moeen Ali, Jimmy Bullard. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Football is made up of all kinds of conflict. In a dressing room, between players, between us and the manager, between us and loads of people who don’t seem to matter. It’s constant and harsh sometimes.
I do most of my vocals – aside from a couple of little one-shot vocal samples. I record everything into the Saffire with an SM58 then scratch it with loads of plug-ins. I don’t do much vocoding to be honest. All my vocals are usually done with Melodyne and a ton of other plug-ins to make it sound weird.
I’m really careful with what the music gets put with, and we say no to so much stuff, loads of it, for things that might quadruple the sales of my album. But if it doesn’t fit then it doesn’t fit, you know?
There are loads of actresses that modelled. They just weren’t famous. There weren’t a lot that were really known as models that became actresses, but there are hordes of them that did modellingbefore such as Anjelica Huston, Jessica Lange, SharonStone, Demi Moore and Geena Davis. There are loads of ’em.
So what I did was stuff my face with anything around, any old rubbish, burgers, chocolate, crisps, fish and chips, loads of it, till I felt sick – but at least I’d had the pleasure of stuffing my face and feeling really full.
I’m fortunate in that I’m a lecturer too and this gets me out and about and away from the computer. I also have loads of friends all around the world, plus a core group of special people in my life that I can lean on, chat to, or just hang with.
Festivals are fun for kids, fun for parents and offer a welcome break from the stresses of the nuclear family. The sheer quantities of people make life easier: loads of adults for the adults to talk to and loads of kids for the kids to play with.
My standard training week, there’s a lot of training in there. I have a high-performance coach who manages these spreadsheets of mine, manages my sessions and my loads. It’s a very complicated process, and he puts me through about 22 sessions a week.
Until I went to Aston Villa I was scoring ‘X’ amount. It just did not happen there. That is it. I have seen it happen with loads of players.
They saw that it was a passion of mine from really young… My parents did a good job. They wanted me to win. They let me do all these things. If some old guy came to the house asking, ‘I want your kid to sign a contract,’ they were so open to it. Yeah, I credit them loads.
London seems to be one step ahead of everywhere else which I like because you see things first. It’s where Britishfashion is developed and there are so many little vintage shops and boutiques; there are always loads on offer.
With Juliet, if you read the Shake‘speare there is quite a clear idea of how she should be, but with the ballet you can get your teeth into her even more because there are loads of moments when you realise she is growing up.
People sometimes get ideas about us that are not of our creation. Journalists, for instance, have always wanted us to be something we’re not. They’ve said that we have a big student fan-base, but that’s simply not true. We have loads of older fans as well. Increasingly, ladies in their mid-fifties seem to like us.
For my mum, it was really important to teach me and my brothers, so it came more from her to be honest than anything else. She made sure that we just read loads of books about slavery, about black culture, about black history but I don’t think everyone would have had that obviously.
That was always something I remember, playing in loads of different positions when I was younger, and learning about what it takes to play a right-wing role, or holding midfield, or as a striker. I had a lot of experiences in those different formations and positions.
There were loads of managers who said, ‘You have to concentrate on being a winger because you have more potential there.’ But I was like, ‘You can say what you want, but I’m a midfielder, and I know what’s the best for me.’
I really do like the independent way of working. You don’t get much studiointrusioncompared to when you’re working on a big Hollywood film where there tends to always be loads of people interfering. The only problem, though, with independent features is that they are hard to sell.
I’ve got loads of photographs of me at home with two orbs that visit me. The two that I have are about the size of melons. One sits on my arm and the other is usually in the back of the shot, sitting just over my right shoulder.
One of my sons has a tattoo on his ankle that was meant to beAfrica but looks like Australia, one of my sons mumbles, and one of my sons is a gay man. I’ll be honest, there’s been loads of nights when me and my wife have sat up and worried and worried and worried, ‘What are we going to do if he doesn’t stop mumbling?’
When you see the American chat shows, they’ve got so many ideas about what they could with the guests. I did stand-up on ‘Jimmy Fallon’ and they had loads of sketches and ideas, we don’t tend to do that here.
I feel really lucky that I somehow have blagged my way into loads of different experiences. I find making a film fascinating, I find making a play amazing, and working with my band and scoring things… it’s all really cool. I’m just a glutton for experience, really.
When I get home after being away for work, my wife always stuffs the fridge with loads of what she calls ‘nibbles’ – all the great things you can eat straight from the fridge, like chunks of cheese, slices of ham, bowls of hummus.
After ‘X Factor,’ I got loads of gigs. Then I went on holiday just after the tour and bought my Rolex in Tenerife. I needed to go through that phase – splurge and see that it’s worthless – to get it out of my system.
I think sometimes men find it easier to be a carer than an accessory. I mean, most women I know in bands are pretty lonely. Guys don’t want to travel around with you. I know loads of women who do it, but guys don’t do it. They’re not brought up for it.
‘Pair of Kings‘ is so much fun, literally. It is a very physical show with loads of stunts and green screen work, and you never know what great adventure is ahead of you! It’s also a nice change in terms of being of similar ages to Doc Shaw and Mitchel Musso.
When I was in grade school in L.A., I really loved Cyndi Lauper. I did everything I could to look like her. I had wildoutfits and always wore different coloured socks. I wore loads of ribbons in my hair and let them fall in my eyes.
I don’t know anyone, from any class, who’s had a perfectly easy life. I’ve met people born into wealthyfamilies who feel like they didn’t have much emotionalsupport, and people who come from working-class families who had loads of love but no money.
I just had loads of thoughts in my head, and I didn’t like talking about them, so I kind of just sung about them.
I think, as a tire manufacturer, you need to deliver a product that, up to a certain specification, needs to hold the loads and the speed. But you want a tire which degrades in performance so the races are not boring, while at the same time, you want it to have peak performance. All together is a very difficulttask.
People offer me loads of stuff, and some of it I like, but I just can’t do it because I can’t write it all. So I might get in the position where I have some sort of company and just write maybe the first episode, but these are love projects, in a way.
My songwriting process, and maybe loads of other people’s, is just this sort of smashing together of emotions and stuff to make some music. It’s kind of simple and really complex at the same time and, as you can see, incredibly hard to explain.
People like Little Mix… they’ve got a big lot of choreography that they need to do so it’s difficult to sing and dance at the same time. I think if they’ve got to do a big performance with loads of visuals behind, they need to possiblymime at some point.
I love single life! Why would it be boring? I mean, I get to travel around and have loads of girls screaming at me, so it’s definitely not boring. However, it can get lonely on the road, but I’m sorted I’ve got good people around me.
If we had loads of money as a family, things would be different and they’d come to visit more and I’d get to spend more time here. But I’m laying down roots in America so when I’m there, just being at home, it’s harder to break away from that.
I’m obsessed with not chucking away food. I’m lucky enough to have a gardener, so we grow sweetcorn, tomatoes, beetroots, cabbages, pumpkins, lettuce. I’m trying to get into blanching it and freezing so I don’t have to buy veg over the winter, but then you need loads of freezers, and that’s not ideal.
I think the best thing that I can do is be myself. I don’t know about being a role model; I think placing that sort of title on myself is too much. It’s trying to be this thing that puts loads of pressure on something.
I studiedclassics, and I find it mystifying that we had Medea and Electra and Antigone and all these amazing characters, and they don’t really exist in cinema now. The only person who’s really doing it, and he gets loads of criticism for it, is Lars Von Trier.
My character in ‘Fanaah’ has a cool and crazy look at the same time. I’m very particular about my accessories and clothes and love discussing and working on the look with the team. We all work on it together and gather loads of references.
I’ll tell you who I really like – the lawyer Imran Khan. I did my dissertation on stop-and-search powers, and I put in loads of quotes from him. Years later, when I was sellinginsurance over in Harley Street, he rang up and asked for insurance. He told me his name, and I asked him if he was the lawyer, and he said yes.