In Hollywood, she's revered, she gets nominated for Oscars, but I've never heard anyone in the public or among my friends say, 'Oh, I love Winona Ryder.'
Oh the Christian church has encouraged enormous immaturity among the peoples who are its primary adherence.
Oh that's very English, that's probably why. They just go 'LOL' in America.
Oh that I were seated as high as my ambition, I'd place my naked foot on the necks of monarchs.
Oh! Most miserable wretch that I am! Why have I not learnt how to swim?
Oh, I am an angel, though sometimes I wish I was more of a devil.
Punk allowed women to stop looking feminine. Oh, the relief.
We cannot allow anything that's called 'national defense' to justify any and all spending. We need to be very, very careful that we don't overspend and say, 'Oh, that's defense,' when perhaps it isn't.
Martin Sheen is my pinup! And Allison Janney, oh my God. They're brilliant actors.
Oh literature, oh the glorious Art, how it preys upon the marrow in our bones. It scoops the stuffing out of us, and chucks us aside. Alas!
Oh, what could be more delicious than replacing Chuck Grassley on the Senate Agriculture Committee?
Before, it was always, 'Oh, no, here comes Clancy, that insurance agent.' Now it's, 'Oh, here comes Tom Clancy, bestselling author.' But I'm still the same basic middle-class slob.
Oh, I can keep many secrets, so I would be a phenomenal secret agent. I love secrets.
Oh rage! Oh despair! Oh age, my enemy!
Denys Cowan and Dwayne Turner's visions of Wakanda as an ersatz African Epcot Center opened my eyes to the unexploited possibilities; these men, both of whom are African American, together with writer Peter B. Gillis, created an African Asgard of sorts, and I just went, 'Oh, my.'
Oh, I love labels, as long as they are numerous. I'm an American writer. I'm a Nigerian writer. I'm a Nigerian American writer. I'm an African writer. I'm a Yoruba writer. I'm an African American writer.
You can make money, you can lose money in Africa. But opportunities, boy oh boy, they exist.
Women's Lib? Oh, I'm afraid it doesn't interest me one bit. I've been so liberated it hurts.
Nobody likes to have trouble. The moment we get a hint that it's coming, a common response is, 'Oh no! Not again!'