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Before buying anything, it is well to ask if one could do without it.
– John Lubbock
I miss being able to have a drink in my local pub, which I can’t do anymore, or being able to go to the shops without every second person staring at me and looking at my basket to see what I’m buying.
– Leo Varadkar
When I lived in India, I’d speak like an Indian to get good prices while shopping. I’m good with accents.
– Hannah Simone
If you’re a queen, you’re powerless, so I’d probably demote myself and go shopping.
– Helena Bonham Carter
I once was interviewed and got so exasperated that I said, ‘What do you want, a shopping list?’ They kept asking, ‘What’s in this picture?’
– Howard Hodgkin
I’ve always liked Atlanta. And not just for the strip clubs, but the shopping and the food.
– Jon Stewart
I’ve no interest in fashion, shoes, handbags, or sweaty shopping.
– Jo Brand
I’m shopping around for something to do that no one will like.
– Jerry Garcia
When you’re shopping you forget about eating!
– Jennifer Hudson
I’d drop whatever I was doing to show up to do the graveyard shift of ‘America’s Shopping Place.’
– Jane Lynch
I arrived in New York in 1986, when I was 28. The market here was nothing. In the Union Square farmers’ market, it was a couple of potatoes, everything from California. So the only place I was comfortable shopping was in Chinatown, because it all came from Hong Kong.
– Jean-Georges Vongerichten
No one ever pretended that shopping for anything is a rational experience. If it were, would there be Fluffernutter? Laceless sneakers? Porkpie hats? Would the Chia Pet even exist?
– Jeffrey Kluger
I’m addicted to online shopping.
– Julia Restoin Roitfeld
The concept of Shwopping is so clever, I think. The idea is that every time someone goes shopping, they can take an unwanted item of clothing and pop it in the recycling bin in their M&S store for Oxfam.
– Joanna Lumley
Shopping for groceries for most people is like a chore. It’s like doing the laundry or taking out the garbage. And we strive to make shopping engaging, fun and interactive.
– John Mackey
I don’t do girlfriendy sort of things, like shopping or going to spas. Spas fill me with horror. Frankly, I’d be more interested in doing a walk through the sewers of London!
There’s different shopping in Paris than there is at a bazaar in Istanbul, but they’re all wonderful.
– Iris Apfel
I’m bad on Valentine’s Day, but even worse on Christmas. I go shopping at nine o’clock on December 24th every year. Nobody else is there. I’m in Toys’R’Us all by myself. I get there five minutes before closing.
– Jamie Foxx
Music has become so ever-present in our lives. You can’t walk through a shopping mall or go into a restaurant without what we used to call Muzak.
– J. K. Simmons
My least favorite aspect of shopping is shopping.
– AJ Lee
Cities may now bulldoze private citizens’ homes, farms and small businesses to make way for shopping malls or other developments.
– Bob Goodlatte
Fire has impacted every part of our lives – without fire, there would be no shopping, right? – that’s how the Internet will intrude on our lives, particularly our kids’ lives.
– Jay Chiat
Wandering around the mall and giggling at magazines doesn’t interest me. I’ve never enjoyed shopping. I detest shoes.
– Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
I love shopping online for clothes, but only from places that I’m familiar with their sizing.
– Brendon Urie
Doing the weekly shopping, I stock up on stir-fry kits, Amy’s meatless burgers, and armloads of onions and garlic. I put onions and garlic in everything.
– Carrie Underwood
Roads get wider and busier and less friendly to pedestrians. And all of the development based around cars, like big sprawling shopping malls. Everything seems to be designed for the benefit of the automobile and not the benefit of the human being.
– Bill Bryson
I hate last-minute shopping, it’s always unsuccessful.
– Cat Deeley
I despise shopping and department stores.
– Bethenny Frankel
Especially when it comes to social and shopping, women rule the Internet.
– Aileen Lee
I’ll be out shopping, and all it takes is for one person to recognise me and it can get scary.
– Bonnie Wright