Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Hi Quotes from famous authors such as Catherine Tate, Joan Crawford, Maz Jobrani, Tia Mowry, Alexandra Petri. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
If I hadn’t had a baby, a part of me thinks I might have turned up on the red carpets all the time and gone, ‘Hi, it’s me!’ Maybe other people do it because they haven’t got kids and they’ve nowhere else to be. But because I have, I don’t feel like that.
If you’ve earned a position, be proud of it. Don’t hide it. I want to be recognized. When I hear people say, ‘There’s Joan Crawford!’ I turn around and say, ‘Hi! How are you!’
As a Middle Eastern male, I know there’s certain things I’m not supposed to say on an airplane in the U.S., right? I’m not supposed to be walking down the aisle, and be like, ‘Hi, Jack.’ That’s not cool. Even if I’m there with my friend named Jack, I say, ‘Greetings, Jack. Salutations, Jack.’ Never ‘Hi, Jack.’
I think that you may find that Tamera’s a little more vibrant and energetic, but I’m much more likely to go up to a person and say, ‘Hi, I’m Tia, nice to meet you.’ Whereas Tamera is like… well… she’s a little shy. She’s down to earth. I’m more extroverted and she’s more introverted when meeting people.
Hi, my name is Alexandra, and I’m a netaholic.
When my wife and I met, I couldn’t talk to her – and my defense mechanism is sarcasm. I belittle someone with verbal pokes and prods. I did it to her out of complete awe. When friends introduced us, I said ‘Hi’ – and turned my back. Later, I called my mom and best friend and said, ‘I think I just met my wife.’
L.A. is great, but it’s a completely different beast. I go back to Minnesota, and I borrow a bike from my neighbor and go around Lake Harriet saying ‘Hi’ to people. Some of that is missing in L.A.
Pretty much all the drivers I get on with, at least to say ‘Hi’ and have a conversation. But when the helmet’s on, you don’t care who it is. You have no sympathy: someone blows an engine in front of you, if it means you gain a position, then you’re smiling.
Once I was in a shopping centre with some Western Sydney Wanderers boys and this kid came up to me and said, ‘Hi I’m a Kuhlman, we have the same dad and my mum’s got photos of you as a baby.’ I was shocked, lost for words, really uncomfortable. I knew he’d had kids but no idea how many or age.
It is fun to say hi to people. It is always good to meet them and give high-fives and stuff.
I am happy that a script like ‘Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai’ is character-driven and has a lot of freshness to it.
A horse, you know, they can’t say, ‘Hi? How are you? I’m so-and-so,’ you know? So they communicate through typically smelling or, you know, just body language. And when a horse approaches another horse, the first thing they do is they smell noses.
Veterans report that service dogs help break their isolation. People will often avert their eyes when they see a wounded veteran. But when the veteran has a dog, the same people will come up and say, ‘Hi’ to pet the dog and then strike up a conversation.
You create real friendships through a growth process. It’s not just, oh hi, we’re friends! That’s very childlike. True adult friendships take time, understanding, and it’s a plant that needs to be watered and tended to so that it blossoms.
I don’t think I’ve said more than hi to Kenny King ever. And I think that’s in part because ‘The Bachelor’ is a much different type of show than something like ‘WAGS.’
We live in a capitalist society. I think if anyone, in any field, was approached and someone said, ‘Hi! You know that job you are already doing? Would you like to do it next week for quadruple your normal pay?’ Show me one person who would say no.
Fame can be just so annoying because people are so critical of you. You can’t just say, ‘hi’. You say hi and people whisper’ man did you see the way she said hi? What an attitude.
I’d hate to think that the stereotypical American is someone who just says ‘Hi – bye’ in conversation. That’s how Europeans see us. And I’d like to think that not all of us are like that.
I guess the worst day I have had was when I had to stand up in rehab in front of my wife and daughter and say ‘Hi, my name is Sam and I am an addict.’
I’m just, ‘Hi, I’m Shamir. I’m gonna sing, hug you, then you can buy my album.’
When I moved to Tampa, Florida I remember going to a Kid Rock concert and I was in one of those sky-boxes. When I walked into the sky-box I didn’t know he was there, but I hear a, ‘Hi, brother!’ I turn around and it’s Hulk Hogan. I just got ‘brothered!’
It’s nice to be able to let the fans know that you’re around and say ‘Hi.’
I would walk into a room at a young age and I’d say, ‘Hi, Dad,’ and he would say, ‘SON, PROJECT YOUR VOICE. LET THEM KNOW YOU’RE IN THE ROOM. SHOULDERS BACK. CHEST OUT.’
Bob Hope was totally regimented. I go in and say a line like, ‘Hi Bob’ and I’d have to do it five times, and then Bob would take me to the writers to say the line different ways. He wouldn’t let me ad-lib.
‘Narnia’ has opened my eyes to a lot of things. I feel lucky that I’m able to travel; I’m not stuck in my hometown, meeting the same kind of girls and saying hi to the same people, week after week. There are so many interesting, intelligent girls out there.
Then you have to be with somebody who understands your job. Understands there are gonna be dollybirds going, ‘Hi I’m Candy,’ and be prepared to ignore that. And also be prepared to be there when you get home. That’s a difficult job.
I’m not the kind of person who walks in a room and is just like, ‘Hi everybody!’ I’m more somebody who is quiet and who isn’t good at starting conversations.
When you’re walking down a street and you are a brown-skinned person or you’re a person that lives in an immigrant community, there’s no differentiating on – solely on the basis of what you look like. They don’t walk down the street saying, hi, I’m an immigrant; I’m here legally or not.
My part of Brooklyn has always been a very warm neighbourhood, even before I had anything going on in the music industry. When I step out of my house to go for coffee on Saturday mornings, I might say hi to 20 people before I get to the cafe. I think they feel they own me, in a way.
I am always late because people stop me for autographs and say hi.
I went to New York for Fashion Week and girls showed up waiting to see me. It’s funny because there’s a group of girls who I actually recognize because they always show up. It’s nice and I’m like, ‘Hi girls! I recognize your faces!’ It’s just like a feel-good experience.
Hi, Billy Mays here for…
I’ve always had this American-pie face that would get work in commercials… I’d say things like, ‘Hi, Marge, how’s your laundry?’ and ‘Hi, I’m a real nice Georgia peach.’ Sometimes this work is one step above being a cocktail waitress.
My father was the guy on the block who said hi to everyone.
I like New York, man – I ain’t gonna front. The only thing I probably don’t like about New York is that, coming from the South, people aren’t hospitable. You tell somebody ‘Hi,’ and they look at you like you’re out your freaking mind.
I’m not insecure, but I’m not like, ‘Hi, I’m confident.’
Yes, people do come across the street to say hi, but as they approach and get near, my perception of space begins to dissolve, and a new interest takes over that is primarily emotional, and with it comes a desire to touch, which may be a human interest, but not the interest of my work.
I used to go red when anybody spoke to me. It’s awful because you absolutely cannot control it. If you are a child that blushes, or is shy, the one thing you want in the world is to be the child who comes in and says, ‘Hi,’ to everyone and goes up and makes friends.
I’m savoring being in California every minute, learning that traffic is just God’s way of saying ‘Hi.’
I’m at that great level where fans will stop and say ‘hi,’ which I love, but the paparazzi don’t care, which is incredible.
If someone wants to come and say hi and respect the work that I’ve done, I’m happy to meet them.
Thank you… adjustable baseball caps with no logo on the front and mesh netting in the back, for being a great way to say, ‘Hi, I’m over 80 years old.’
Sometimes I – with comedy, it’s like someone liking you in high school. They either do, or they don’t. And when they don’t, they don’t. And that’s it. There are no appeals. You show up, and you’re like, ‘Hi! I’m -‘ and you stumble, and they’re like, ‘It’s over.’
When I met Christophe Waltz, I was so shy! I was like, ‘Oh, hi! Um, I’m Stephanie!’ He’s one of my favorite actors.
Things I am allergic to: people who believe in star signs and think nothing of starting a conversation with: ‘Hi, my name’s Lucy. I’m a Sagittarius;’ rodents (apart from miniature hamsters, which are not in fact rodents but small, breathing, brown balls of cotton wool); and people who go to the gym.
I got to say ‘Hi’ to Dolly Parton, which my mom thought was kind of cool.
All over the world I’m known. Whenever I go out on the street people come up to me and say… ‘Hi, Beave,’ and that doesn’t bother me at all. It’s something that I embrace.
The absolute base-level thing that you do as a new screenwriter is send out query letters. Literally, you just say, ‘Hi, Mr. So-and-So,’ and you give them a one-sentence description of one of your scripts. You send it out to a list of people you found on the Internet.
That’s how my mom was. She did that. She went out of her way to say hi to people or to speak to people. She was a people person.
Whenever I meet someone new, I always extend a hand and say, ‘Hi I’m Lana Condor… Condor like the ugly endangered bird.’ I like to see how people react to that and if they laugh and, indeed, know what a condor is… chances are we’re going to get along just fine!
When I go to the gas station or the restaurant, people still come up and say hi.
No one’s forcing me or any other celebrity to take time out of their day to say ‘Hi’ to these fans or do these things. It’s just something we do nine times out of 10 because we love and appreciate our fans.
I was introduced to Amitabh Bachchan by Ram Gopal Varma. He said ‘Hello Sudeep’ and I just said ‘Hi, sir.’
If you want to meet a woman, it’s best just to smile and say hi.
People recognize me. Most people are really nice. Sometimes people say, ‘Hi, Chelsea.’
I spent most of my career in hi tech, not in politics.
I just wanted to say hi to Pittsburgh as well because I miss it.
My real name is Elizabeth, but I had a nanny growing up who called me ‘Elizabeanie.’ So from 4 months old, my brothers were, like, ‘Let’s call her Beanie.’ To show people the validity of it, I always say that if I met the president, I would say, ‘Hi, my name is Beanie.’
I went over to say hi to Rob and he introduced me to Wayne and Fred. I had made a radical purchase of some brown Beatle boots. Wayne was like ‘Where did you get those boots! Who is this guy?
Sometimes a writer writes scenes for people who just say ‘Hi’ to indicate they’re in love. I play those scenes very well.
Obviously I love the fans, and it’s beyond lovely that people like my work, and I love saying ‘Hi,’ shaking a hand, doing a high five. All that’s fine. But the posing for photos is so time-consuming and frankly a bit weird.
I’m a person who likes to hang out. I would never go on a blind date. That sounds like the most uncomfortable thing on the planet earth. It’s like, ‘Hi. Nice to meet you. So, what kind of music do you like?’ Date ended.
I guess guys are intimidated. I’ve never had a guy come up to me and be like, ‘Hi, you alright? Can I buy you a drink?’
Hi, I’m Nadine Velazquez, and my green tip is: recycle.
People are really talkative in New York. Someone always comes up to me and says ‘Hi’ during the day.
I think foreign countries really do like it when American artists sing in their language. And when you go over there and say, ‘Hi, how are you?’ in their language, they love it. It makes them feel like you’re doing it just for them. We in America take so much for granted.
I never walk into a room and say, ‘Hi! I am Vanessa Williams’ daughter.’ It helps me to become more authentic.
I got a phone message from Janet Jackson saying, ‘Hi, I love ‘Losing My Edge’, can you do me something funky and dirty like that?’ I can’t really do off-the-peg stuff, so I never called back.
Hi, I’m Bill. I’m a birth survivor.
My mom was a freethinking artist – she was wild and would do anything to get a laugh from me. She’d go in reverse through a drive-through so I could order from the window: ‘Hi, can I get a milk shake?’
Hi. My name is Debby, and I am a storyteller. I don’t think of myself as an actress. I am more like a face that takes words on a page, and puts them in front of your eyes.
If I was 13 years old and Kurt Cobain tweeted me some advice or even just said hi, my whole world would be affected by that.
If somebody honks a horn in Cleveland, they’re saying ‘Hi.’ It’s so rare to be honked at in anger. When we have merging traffic, we just interweave. There’s real courtesy.
Hours after I gave birth to my first child, my husband cradled all five pounds of our boy and said, gently, ‘Hi, Sweetpea.’ Not ‘Buddy’ or ‘Little Man.’ Sweetpea. The word filled me with unanticipated comfort.
I’d like to find someone to procreate with – as sexy as that sounds. If you’re out and about and fit the description, come up and say hi. I won’t bite. Well, maybe a little, if you’re lucky.