“Nine million terrorists in the world and I gotta kill one with feet smaller than my sister.”

 

Bruce Willis

“I was lucky I survived the motorcycle accident because I – bike went under the car. I flew out about 20 or 25 feet. I didn’t have a helmet on. I hit my head on the pavement and knocked myself out, gave myself a brain concussion, screwed up my left leg. And I was – I was lucky then that I didn’t get killed because I didn’t have any protective clothing on whatsoever. And I took a pretty good beating. But, yeah, such was the nature of the day when the barber was called and Samson’s locks were trimmed.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“I refer to my hands, feet and body as the tools of the trade. The hands and feet must be sharpened and improved daily to be efficient.”

 

Bruce Lee

“They do say, the smaller the feet, the better the dancer.”

 

Bruce Forsyth

“Perhaps the most difficult thing is shooting scenes set 6,000 feet up in the mountains of Mexico.”

Bruce Beresford

“All I knew about shot putting was that my [older] brother could do 44 feet. I decided I wanted to beat him. . . . So I got a shot and went to work and made up my mind to do 45 feet.”

Bruce Bennett

“The mountain receives our expressions and becomes part of us; we imprint our memories upon it and trust it with out dearest divisions of out lives. Mt. Rainier does not exist under our feet. Mt. Rainier lives in our minds”

Bruce Barcott

“I like feet. I definitely have a fetish. I love to see a man’s bare foot, but it’s got to be taken care of. If they’re not well manicured, you’ve got to wonder what the rest of him is like. [laughs] I don’t want to get in bed with somebody and feel his gnarly feet.”

Brooke Burke

“You can have a knack for dancing, but you still have to practice till your feet are bleeding to be worthy of being in front of an audience.”

Bronson Pinchot

“I would hope with all my heart that people understand this and see it in the film. And there are also other messages in Happy Feet, like racial and environmental ones, but none of them are so overt. George has made a great story about penguins with a lot of humanity in it and audiences can follow a species we don’t know that well.”

 

Brittany Murphy

“I love luxury, I love the high life, and I have to foot the bills – I have received practically nothing from my marriages and relationships.”

 

Britt Ekland

“I wish my hair was thicker, and I wish my feet were prettier. My toes are really ugly. I wish my ears were smaller. And my nose could be smaller too.”

 

Britney Spears

“In computer science, we stand on each other’s feet.”

 

Brian Reid

“Trying to follow in the footsteps of the masters, but it’s a lot harder than it looks because even though they had the same size feet as us, they weren’t looking down the whole time while they walked to make sure they were doing it right”

 

Brian Andreas

“And,” Price adds, smiling, “if another round of Bellinis comes within a twenty-foot radius of our table we are going to set the maitre d’ on fire. So you know, warn him.”

Bret Easton Ellis

“Elene gasped and sat up. “Kylar Thaddeus Stern!” Kylar giggled. “Thaddeus? That’s a good one. I knew a Thaddeus once.” “So did I. He was a blind idiot.” “Really?” Kylar said, his eyes dancing. “The one I knew was famous for his gigantic-” “Kylar!” Elene interrupted, motioning toward Uly. “His gigantic what?” Uly asked. “Now you did it.” Elene said, “His gigantic what, Kyler?” “Feet. And you know what they say about big feet.” He winked lasciviously at Elene. “What?” Uly asked. “Big Shoes,” Kylar said.”

Brent Weeks

“The UN could help the Iraqi government get on its feet and help the United States withdraw a bit more.”

Brent Scowcroft

“When being is divorced from doing, pious thoughts become an adequate substitute for washing dirty feet.”

Brennan Manning

“When I write my books, actually I’m known for very logical rule-based magic systems. I write with one foot in fantasy and one foot in science fiction.”

Brandon Sanderson

“Within, stood a tall old man, clean shaven save for a long white moustache, and clad in black from head to foot, without a single speck of colour about him anywhere.”

Bram Stoker