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We’ve collected the best Whoa Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Matt Stone, Dua Lipa, Bradley Whitford, Chanel West Coast, Daryl Davis. Use them as an inspiration.

The culture is just so coarse that you have to take it to that level and people will be like, ‘Whoa!’ And then you can make people think about stuff. It’s kind of like shock therapy.
The first album I was given when I was quite young was the ‘Whoa, Nelly!’ album by Nelly Furtado. After, I also got the ‘Missundaztood’ album by Pink. That’s when I was like, ‘Oh my God, I want to be just like them!’
An experience like ‘The West Wing’ is what I would imagineeven though I’ve never done it – that surfing feels like. It’s, like, ‘Whoa! I can just stand up here and ride this without all the anxiety!’
I remember I rapped for a friend, and my friend really encouraged me and was blown away, like ‘Whoa, that was dope!’ Ever since then, I kept going.
I had to keep myself in check. Like, ‘Whoa, whoa, whoa.’ I’d never sat in a room, five feet away from a Klansman putting on his damn robe. That’s what freaked me out a little bit. But I wanted to see a Klansman.
I hate talking about my height, because I don’t feel like a tall person… When I see a tall woman, I’m always slightly like, ‘Whoa.’ It looks weird, but that could be because of my complex about it, my worry over whether it’s womanly to be that tall.
I’ll tell you what I love. Sending back bottles of wine that aren’t right in restaurants in France! Whoa! I love the French, but I do find their wine snobbery something unbearable.
Just sitting on the bed watching TV. And they said someone with a left inner ear infection, ear pops up, whoa! And uh, yeah, that’s me. And you know, they just prayed that it be healed and it sure was. It went away and that was that. And I knew I was healed. What are the chances, eh? That was the Lord working!
For 10 days after the Olympics, I couldn’t go back to my house because people were sitting outside waiting to take my photo. That was a bit rubbish. At first I was open: ‘Yeah, of course you can take a photo…’ but after a while, it got to the point where I thought, ‘Whoa, I don’t like this attention anymore.’
You can tell my mood by my makeup. When I’m depressed, it’s really dark. Then I’ll do super-dumb happy makeup. Like, I’ll do one eye electric blue and one smoky brown, and you won‘t even figure it out until you’re talking to me – then you’re like, ‘Whoa!’
It triggers something in you as a human being because you forget what your parents did for you. But when you become a parent, you’re like, ‘Whoa! It’s hard work.’ No wonder your parents always tell you off! They’ve done a lot for you.
I do know Joe Lansdale has the most extraordinary voice you’ve ever heard in your life in terms of an accent that, when I started doing it, they had to go, ‘Whoa, we need less.’ But that’s how he talks.
My wife says I have a frontal lobe issue. Your frontal lobe controls your danger response, like, ‘Whoa, I shouldn’t be doing this.’
You can be totally focused on the game and all of a sudden at the Garden, you’ll snap and go, ‘Whoa!’ It’s super loud and you can’t help but take a second to admire what’s going on.
You know when you just get around someone and they just vibrate at a really good level? You can’t put your finger on it but you meet these people in your life, they walk into the room as a stranger and you just go, ‘Whoa. They’ve got it.’
I remember I could do – I did Bart Simpson once on the bus. I did, like, a really good Bart Simpson voice on the bus, obviously before I hit puberty. And everybody went, ‘Whoa, that sounds just like Bart Simpson.’
A black woman’s handbook in this industry is, ‘Whoa.’ The chapter on ‘Don’t go there.’ The chapter on ‘How to say that nicely,’ how to express that you don’t like something so that you don’t lose the opportunitywhich is what we’re doing all day long.
When kids want a picture or autograph, you reflect later on and realize you did something good. Then you see them come back five years later, they’re all grown up, have their own lives and they tell you how much you inspired them. You’re like, ‘Whoa.’
I cannot believe that I get a tour bus. I’ve been traveling in a van for 15 years. I used to look at people who were on buses and be like, ‘Whoa, man, some day.’
Sometimes I wake up and look in the mirror and am like, ‘Whoa!’ I don’t know if I’m having more fun, but I’m having a lot of fun.
Natalia Dyer
I was working, like, 14-hour days on ‘Fargo,’ and now if I schedule more than two things in a day, I’m like, ‘Whoa, you guys. That’s two train rides, and I have to plan for an hour-and-a-half lunch with my cat.’
It’s weird to think I have fans now, so I appreciate all of the people that follow and support me – and I love them to death. But yeah, when I start looking on Twitter, and I see, ‘I want to name my kid after you,’ I’m like, ‘Whoa!’ I’m a little surprised.
If I could have a family and a home one night, and all of it’s gone the next, that must mean that life has the capacity to change. And then I thought, ‘Whoa! That means that just as change happens to me, I can cause change in my life.’
JLS got the biggest reception at T4 On The Beach – it was like whoa, OK!
This ‘Whoa, Nellie!’ thing is overrated. There were all kinds of stories going around. People said I had a mule in Georgia named Nellie. Well, we had a mule in Georgia, but her name was Pearl.
Making a great television show is hard enough. To also tackle F. Scott – whoa.
I used to look at horror movies as being really real and it would totally freak me out and give me nightmares. Now I watch and think, ‘whoa how’d they do that?’
I definitely think cheerleaders have no fear. When I took the ‘Hellcats’ job, I was like, ‘Whoa, this is a sport.’
Something I miss terribly from the ’60s – the most important phrase in the English language was, ‘I got hung up.’ Somebody says they got hung up, it’s unassailable, you know? You don’t go near that. Whoa! I know what that can be like.
I would be criticized, like, ‘You don’t talk Korean enough. You sound very American. You sound very white in your music.’ And I’m like, ‘Whoa.’
I thought, ‘Oh, acting is going to be great – I get to play different parts.’ And then these auditions started coming up for terrorist, terrorist, terrorist, and I’m going, ‘Whoa, what’s this about?’
I wasn’t real quick, and I wasn’t real strong. Some guys will just take off and it’s like, whoa. So I beat them with my mind and my fundamentals.
I’ve said some things on stage where the crowd was like, ‘Whoa, that’s bad’ – and I never say it again because that’s the feedback I get.
Typically my ideas come to me in the most inane ways possible. I had the initial idea for ‘Quantum Conundrum’ while I was walking down the street to get breakfast. People are like, ‘Whoa, what’s your inspiration, is it something amazing?’ No, I was just really hungry.
Kim Swift
I don’t want to be a historical action figure or treated like I’m dead. Like one of those people where they go, ‘Oh, isn’t she dead?’ And then I walk up, and they’re like, ‘Whoa.’ I can’t really complain… because I’ve made myself into a historical action figure. I was like, ‘Yeah, come on in!’
I’m really sick of anthems. Every song has to be a very big singalong thing – it feels very Eighties. There are a lot of ‘whoah whoa whoahs,’ this stadium thing. You’re even getting that from some of the ‘folkgroups. I can’t stand it.

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