Gwyneth Paltrow's Most Obnoxious Quotes

Elle UK, March 2009
"I am who I am. I can't pretend to be somebody who makes $25,000 a year."

The Guardian, January 2006
"I love the English way, which is not as capitalistic as it is in America. People don't talk about work and money; they talk about interesting things at dinner parties."

iTunes Festival, July 2011
"I'd rather smoke crack than eat cheese from a tin."

The Guardian, January 2006
"I don't really have drunk friends. My friends are kind of adult; they have a drink. But they hold their liquor. I think it's incredibly embarrassing when people are drunk. It just looks so ridiculous. I find it very degrading."

The Daily Mail, September 2011
"I know people that I respect and admire and look up to who have had extra-marital affairs."

My Father's Daughter, April 2011
"I basically love anything that comes in a hot dog bun... except hot dogs (sorry, Dad)."

Daily Star, February 2006
"Apple says 'Mummy' instead of 'Mommy' -- I don't mind that. I will if she starts saying 'basil' and 'pasta' the English way, as that really drives me nuts."

Press Association, July 2010
"Every woman can make time [to work ou]) -- every woman -- and you can do it with your baby in the room. There have been countless times where I've worked out with my kids crawling around all over the place. You just make it work."

My Father's Daughter, April 2011
"When I pass a flowering zucchini plant in a garden, my heart skips a beat."

Self, May 2011
"Taking care of yourself is being there for your kids, like how on a plane, they tell you to put on your oxygen mask first."

NY Daily News, August 2005
"I would rather die than let my kid eat Cup-a-Soup."

NY Rock, November 2001
"Beauty fades! I just turned 29, so I probably don't have that many good years left in me."

My Father's Daughter, April 2011
"We've got a wood-burning pizza oven in the garden -- a luxury, I know, but it's one of the best investments I've ever made."

Elle, September 2011
"When you go to Paris and your concierge sends you to some restaurant because they get a kickback, it's like, 'No. Where should I really be? Where is the great bar with organic wine? Where do I get a bikini wax in Paris?'"

The Guardian, January 2006
"Even actresses that you really admire, like Reese Witherspoon, you think, 'Another romantic comedy?' You see her in something like Walk the Line and think, 'God, you're so great!' And then you think, 'Why is she doing these stupid romantic comedies?' But of course, it's for money and status."