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I dont like Paris so much, and its only eight shows. I mean, dont tell them that, of course. But everyone always thinks
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"I don't like Paris so much, and it's only eight shows. I mean, don't tell them that, of course. But everyone always thinks they're so important. And I'm sure they are. But to me, my happiness is more important"

- Gisele Bundchen

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Gisele Bundchen is expressing her sensations about Paris and the significance of her own joy. She is saying that although Paris is an excellent city and the shows there are important, she doesn't like it as much as other locations. She also implies that people tend to believe that the programs in Paris are more vital than they actually are. She is highlighting that her own joy is more vital to her than anything else. This quote is a reminder that it is important to prioritize our own joy and not get too captured up in the importance of certain locations or occasions. We need to always remember to look after ourselves and make sure that our own happiness is a top priority.

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Brazil Flag This quote is written / told by Gisele Bundchen somewhere between July 20, 1980 and today. He/she was a famous Model from Brazil. The author also have 19 other quotes.

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