I really see low-fare carriers, quality low-fare carriers anyway, continuing to become more and more popular.
So many comics have such low self-esteem.
It's great to be a blonde. With low expectations it's very easy to surprise people.
My personal style has seen so many highs and lows. Probably more lows than highs.
They'll probably put that on my gravestone. 'He Was Heterosexul and Had Low Expectations.
They'll probably put that on my gravestone. 'He Was Heterosexual and Had Low Expectations.
I don't think I am narcissistic. I think I have low self-esteem.
When I talk to young people who want to go to Broadway or whatever, I say, 'The highs are very high and the lows are very low and then there is a lot in between.'
Sugar was an issue in the '80s, so you would see low-sugar products; fat was an issue in the '90s, so you'd see low-fat products.
Satan rejected my soul; as low as he goes, he never quite goes this low.
I've always been quite a happy person, but when I'm low, I'm pretty darn low.
Emotional roller coasters tend to emphasize the lows, tend to be more affected by the low, by the dip in an emotional roller coaster than when you are at the peak.
It seems to be a common denominator with a lot of comics, this low self-esteem thing.
I've never seen a low point. I like to believe that they don't exist.
Feeling low is normal, or sometimes, healthy. A lot of great things this world has witnessed were kickstarted by men when they felt low.
The first rule about the low hanging fruit principle is to always watch out for low hanging branches, they’re the ones to take it away from you.
People really do think they have to choose between high stress and high reward jobs, and low stress and low reward jobs.
Obviously, people with low or even moderate incomes could not afford such savings rates, and even diligent savings from their low wages would not be enough to pay for either retirement or healthcare.
When your work is nonfiction about low-income communities, pretty much anything that's not nonfiction about low-income communities feels like a guilty pleasure.
My narrators tend to be women with low self-esteem, so I can send them to charm school.
The Professor: [inspecting the students' soufflés] Too low. Too pale. Too heavy. Too low. Too *high*, you are exaggerating. Fair. So-so. Sloppy.
[he gets to the Baron]
The Professor: Mm. Superb. My dear Baron, you have not lost your touch.