The Best Happy Birthday Quotes “Wishing you daily crammed with happiness and a year filled with joy. “Sending you smiles for each moment of your special occasion…Have an exquisite time and a awfully happy birthday!” “Hope your special day brings you all that your heart desires!
- A birthday is just another day where you go to work and people give you love. Age is just a state of mind, and you are as old as you think you are. You have to count your blessings and be happy.
― Abhishek Bachchan
- I like working on my birthday, so I always do.
― Abhishek Bachchan
- I remember for my 18th birthday, I was going to get a tattoo, and I made the mistake of thinking I was a man and telling my father, and he was like, ‘Oh yeah? You better tattoo a new address on your arm, because you’re not living here!’ And that was the end of that discussion.
― Adam Ferrara
- Mum loves me being famous! She is so excited and proud, as she had me so young and couldn’t support me, so I am living her dream, it’s sweeter for both of us. It’s her 40th birthday soon and I’m going to buy her 40 presents.
- I love a card. You know, cards? At birthdays? I collect them.
- When I was a teenager, the actors I was really into were Mickey Rourke and Sean Penn. I saw ‘Rumble Fish’ on my 16th birthday, and around the same time, it was ‘Falcon and the Snowman’ and ‘Bad Boys’ from Sean Penn.
― Aidan Gillen
- I like birthday cake. It’s so symbolic. It’s a tempting symbol to load with something more complicated than just ‘Happy birthday!’ because it’s this emblem of childhood and a happy day.
― Aimee Bender
- Seven years into writing a novel, I started to lose my mind. My thirty-seventh birthday had just come and gone, the end of 2008 was approaching, and I was constantly aware of how little I had managed to accomplish.
― Akhil Sharma
- On every birthday, I ask my wife, ‘What would you like this year?’ and her instant reply is, ‘Diamonds! Diamonds! Diamonds!’ I’m always living in hope that one day she’ll say she just wants me!
― Akshay Kumar
- I have a strong memory of the day I was told that my father had a weak heart and that he had to go to the hospital. He died when I was nine years old on the same day that Franklin Roosevelt died; it was his 45th birthday.
― Alan J. Heeger
- That’s the great thing about New Year’s, you get to be a year older. For me, that wasn’t such a joke, because my birthday was always around this time. When I was a kid, my father used to tell me that everybody was celebrating my birthday. That’s what the trees are all about.
― Alan King
- I’ve been a Nick Cave fan since the early ’80s when he was part of The Birthday Party thing singing Australian self-destructive rock band and I’ve always followed his work and loved it.
― Aleksandar Hemon
- My father was a shaman. He told me that time doesn’t exist. He didn’t use a clock. He didn’t know when my birthday was.
― Alessandro Michele
- I’ve never hosted a party in my life, not even my own birthday party. I’d feel really uncomfortable saying, ‘Hey everybody, let’s celebrate me!’ But I’m not antisocial. I don’t hate people.
― Alessia Cara
- I first picked up a guitar when I was ten years old; my parents surprised me with it for my tenth birthday. I started taking lessons when I was thirteen, but only for a few months, and then I just kept teaching myself.
― Alessia Cara
- I’m in a difficult position in the sense that, preposterous as this might sound, I don’t like being the centre of attention. I get up on stage every night and play songs, but I almost feel the songs are the centre of attention. I don’t like opening my birthday presents in front of people, either.
― Alex Turner
- We have a host of English teachers in the family. My mum is an English teacher, and so are my dad, my aunt and my uncle. I have grown up with family writing competitions, and I can’t remember a birthday or Christmas present that didn’t include books.
― Alexandra Adornetto
- By the time I was seven, I did a sonnet at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre for Shakespeare’s birthday because my dad had been at the first season of the Globe and was friends with the artistic director. Somehow, that lead to me doing a sonnet!
― Alfred Enoch
- I can remember the three restaurant experiences of my childhood. All I wanted to do on my birthday was to go to the Automat in New York… but I don’t know if you consider that a real restaurant.
― Alice Waters
- I never got a chocolate birthday cake; I got a carob one. And when I went to other kids’ houses, I was very covetous of things like Cheez Whiz that I’d find in their refrigerators.
― Amanda Marshall
- I was only 16 when I was selected for ‘Madrasapattinam.’ I celebrated my 17th birthday on the set of the film. That was the first time I had travelled to India, and it was a rollercoaster ride. I soon fell in love with the country.
― Amy Jackson
- I worked at an ice cream parlor called Chadwicks. We wore old-timey outfits and had to bang a drum, play a kazoo, and sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to people while giving them free birthday sundaes. Lots of ice cream scooping and $1 tips.
― Amy Poehler
- I was in kidney failure. I ended up having a kidney transplant on my 21st birthday.
― Amy Purdy
- I lost twins at 14 weeks, and I had to have an D and C on my birthday.
― Amy Weber
- For my fifth birthday, I got a small tennis racket. That’s how I started.
― Ana Ivanovic
- Most artists don’t get paid for what they do, and they are lucky if they can persuade a friend to let them show something at a kid’s birthday party.
― Andrei Codrescu
- If Congress can move President’s Day, Columbus Day and, alas, Martin Luther King’s Birthday celebration for the convenience of shoppers, shouldn’t they at least consider moving Election Day for the convenience of voters?
― Andrew Young
- I just remember celebrating my 18th birthday at home, so that was a big party.
― Angelique Kerber
- If I could be doing anything, I’d be laying on the floor in my birthday suit eating junk food and watching something dumb on TV.
― Anita Baker
- The worst part about celebrating another birthday is the shock that you’re only as well as you are.
― Anne Lamott
- Some people won’t go the extra mile, and then on their birthday, when no one makes a fuss, they feel neglected and bitter.
– Anne Lamott
- In 1993 my birthday present was a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
― Annette Funicello
- It is ironic that the one thing that all religions recognize as separating us from our creator, our very self-consciousness, is also the one thing that divides us from our fellow creatures. It was a bitter birthday present from evolution.
― Annie Dillard
- I had a birthday party with my family and friends at a house, and Chipotle catered. It was beautiful.
– Ansel Elgort