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As for marigolds, poppies, hollyhocks, and valorous sunflowers, we shall never have a garden without them, both for their own sake, and for the sake of old-fashioned folks, who used to love them.
My kids used to love math. Now it makes them cry. Thanks standardized testing and common core!
I used to love going into local hardware stores, to look at little things they made locally. Nowadays it's harder, though you can still do it in Vietnam.
No one can hate you with more intensity than someone who used to love you.
As far as other instrumentalists, I used to love mellow sax players like Paul Desmond. I love piano.
When we were doing 'The Sopranos', I used to love that about it. There were rules, Mafia codes you had to go by, but the code is ridiculous. It's a code among sociopaths.
I used to love the feeling of running, of running too far. It made my skin tingle.
I constantly watch 'The Simpsons' and an English cartoon called 'The Raccoons' and 'Gummi Bears.' I was obsessed with ninja films, and the 'Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles,' I used to love that as well.
My uncle used to love me, but she died.
I used to love Kurt Cobain, when he was telling people we're a pop band. People would laugh, they thought of it as good old ironic Kurt. But he wasn't being ironic.
Growing up I used to love bands like Free and ELO and the Rolling Stones. When Robert Plant got in touch it made perfect sense to me.
I used to love watching him as a player, so it is a joy to play alongside him. I might take the mickey out of him, but deep down I have so much admiration for him.
I used to love writing in my journal.
I used to love comic books, and I love American comedy, and neither are afraid to tackle big themes.
I used to love jungle. I still think it's the ultimate genre, really, because the people making it weren't musicians.
I used to love to call L.A. when I lived in New York... Is that the Big One I hear in the background? Bye, you lizard scum! Bye!
I just want the bullying to stop. That is all I ever wanted. I used to love going to school. Now I hate it.
I wanted to bring back that big, ballad type of music that we used to love so much. Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, when they first came out, that's what I grew up singing.
I used to love to draw things that made me laugh or made friends laugh. When I was 13 or 14, I started thinking, This is what I like to do more than anything else.
I'm a Catholic, but I used to love going to Vacation Bible School with my fundamentalist friends.
I used to love the Beatles and the Stones and I'd always want to hang out with them, even though they were about seven years older.
I used to love to play dress-up, where you get your mother's or your grandmother's dresses and high heels.
I used to love it when I walked down the street and construction workers would whistle.
I used to love Danish. My father used to make a Boston cream pie. You never see that anymore.
Cell phones, alas, have pretty much ruined train travel, which I used to love. I could read or even sketch notes for what I was working on.
I embrace my weirdness and the things I maybe didn't used to love about myself. Those are things that make me different.
I had an uncle who had a car with a rumble seat, and I used to love to ride in that thing. I mentioned this to some kids, and they were like, "What are you even talking about?"
I used to love going fishing. I think it was really about the clothes. Nothing says real man like a vest with 38 pockets and a mesh hat with hooks in it.
I was terrible at maths, but I could grasp science, and I used to love to read about the lives of the scientists. I wanted to be a scientist or an inventor.
Sometimes hate hurts more than love feels good. Just have to realize it's because we're more used to love. Let the haters stumble by.
I love being in America. I used to love traveling and I am glad that I was able to go around the world. I still love to go to Europe, but I always want to come home.
It's all based on saying the shocking thing. We used to have a great time going to Hollywood parties and saying 'I think George Bush is doing a great job.' We'd clear out the room. I used to love it.
I used to love ninja movies. That was my thing.
I used to love ballet and I did it really, really intensely. But it came so much about achieving physical perfection, which when I was 14 was a big deal.
I used to love people for what they could be. I thought love was how hard you tried and how much you sacrificed and suffered. That is not love. Acceptance is.
I used to love hand raising.
Originally what I used to love was being on a stage and reacting to a live audience and maybe my calling is more in theatre.
I used to love stage above all, but that was when I was a single man. As I get older, the time commitment gets harder for theatre.
I guess, on my list, going back to some old American stuff and British stuff that I used to love in the '80s, would be a British show called Dad's Army, which recently just turned into a movie.
Amazing, the poisons I used to put in my body. I used to love it.
I really don't like going out anymore. I used to love it, but now it's not fun. I'd rather have friends come over and hot have to worry about crazy people taking pictures.
I used to love going on a junket and promoting a film when it was not a 24-hour news cycle, and when there weren't so many media outlets. You could actually talk about the film.
I love Godzilla, but my favorite was on this TV Show, Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot. I used to love the idea of having a giant robot under my control. That was like a dream come true for a kid.
I think that I used to love Hollywood movies. I remember great phases and moments. But, unfortunately, now is not the moment.
I used to love to make things - you couldn't drag me away for dinner because I was always writing a story or something.
I used to love fast food because I had no money, and I was a struggling actor.