I don't like boys. They're kind of annoying.
As a boy I remember how terribly real the statues of the saints would seem at 7 o'clock Mass-before I'd had breakfast. From that I learned always to conduct hungry.
When I worked on Altar Boys, they wanted to see us having fun. The four of us would have fun on set and steal each other's lines, and mess with the director.
I was an extremely reclusive and introverted boy.
Men are amazing. I love the way they are. They're consistently little boys, and they need to be nurtured and loved. But at the same time, they need to feel like men.
Talking with other parents really gave me some lessons that I try to hold on to now, as a parent of two boys.
Composers should write tunes that chauffeurs and errand boys can whistle.
I also used to work in the Catskill Mountains as a bus boy, and I performed in talent shows.
I can't take any more white boys noodling around on their guitars.
I looked at Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and the boys up there thinking, I want to be that.
I was a typical farm boy. I liked the farm. I enjoyed the things that you do on a farm, go down to the drainage ditch and fish, and look at the crawfish and pick a little cotton.
Well, I went to school with Jan and Dean, Ryan O'Neal, some of the Beach Boys we all use to party together.
What is genius? It is the power to be a boy again at will.
Now, being a girl, I was ashamed of my body and my lack of strength. So I tried to be a man. I shot, rode, jumped, and took part in all the fights of the boys.
I was a very observant child. The boys in my books are based on boys in my neighborhood growing up.
They had me doing Beach Boys remakes and all that. I was basically a marionette.
The philosophy of the school was quite simple - the bright boys specialised in Latin, the not so bright in science and the rest managed with geography or the like.
I'm the son of an everyman. My father is a teacher. He teaches physics at a boys' school in Sydney.
I like boys. I am not foreign; I was born and raised in Hickory County, Mo.
The glory of the nation rests in the character of her men. And character comes from boyhood. Thus every boy is a challenge to his elders.
Secrets with girls, like guns with boys, are never valued till they make a noise.
Just making sure the boys are okay is my priority in life, and that takes up all of my time right now.
A boy carries out suggestions more wholeheartedly when he understands their aim.
The Scoutmaster teaches boys to play the game by doing so himself.
A dog teaches a boy fidelity, perseverance, and to turn around three times before lying down.
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