I never go sexy. I'm more into a well-made pair of pants and a good shoe.
I'm a pants girl. I just feel more comfortable in them.
I am very much a seat-of-the-pants actor. I will prepare when I have to. But I like being unprepared.
In case you haven't caught the commercials, I'm in the new SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.
My Helmut Lang leather pants are my most treasured possession - I've worn them almost every day for two years, and they look good with everything.
I used to have terrible tantrums. I was temperamental when I was younger. Actually, what I needed was a swift kick in the pants. What a brat!
I could give you some names of Workshop participants who are as good as many who are being published but haven't had the right editor recognize their merit or have not been adequately published.
My father used to wear the same pants for like a week.
I had always done these 3D things that you could walk through. They were always done off the seat of my pants without blueprints or course.
Odds are you know some narcissists. Odds are they're smart, confident and articulate. They make you laugh, they make you think; the first time you met, they probably charmed the pants off of you - perhaps even literally. The odds are also that that spell didn't last.
I may have a feather duster down my pants.
I love red. Red pants. Red suit. Red coat. Red anything.
If I've still got my pants on in the second scene, I think they've sent me the wrong script.
I usually dress very casual. Whenever I go out with my friends, I'm always like, 'Can't I just wear sweatpants?'
A civilization which leaves so large a number of its participants unsatisfied and drives them into revolt neither has nor deserves the prospect of a lasting existence.
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