Quotes About Trends

Quotes tagged as "trends" (showing 1-30 of 36)
Criss Jami
“Popular culture is a place where pity is called compassion, flattery is called love, propaganda is called knowledge, tension is called peace, gossip is called news, and auto-tune is called singing.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

George Carlin
“There are women named Faith, Hope, Joy, and Prudence. Why not Despair, Guilt, Rage, and Grief? It seems only right. 'Tom, I'd like you to meet the girl of my dreams, Tragedy.' These days, Trajedi.”
George Carlin, Brain Droppings

Yogi Berra
“Nobody comes here anymore, its too crowded”
Yogi Berra

Clint Eastwood
“There's a rebel lying deep in my soul. Anytime anybody tells me the trend is such and such, I go the opposite direction. I hate the idea of trends. I hate imitation; I have a reverence for individuality.”
Clint Eastwood, Wild Open Spaces: Why We Love Westerns

Karl Lagerfeld
“When people talk about the good old days, I say to people, 'It's not the days that are old, it's you that's old.' I hate the good old days. What is important is that today is good.”
Karl Lagerfeld

“Twitter provides us with a wonderful platform to discuss/confront societal problems. We trend Justin Bieber instead.”
Lauren Leto

Criss Jami
“Any fool can do something cool and look cool, but it takes skill to make something uncool cool again.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

William Gibson
“There must be some Tommy Hilfiger event horizon, beyond which it is impossible to be more derivative, more removed from the source, more devoid of soul.”
William Gibson, Pattern Recognition

Celia Rivenbark
“Okay, let's see if I got this straight. The butt is the new breast, and the lower back is the new ankle. Now if only we could figure out where the brain has moved.”
Celia Rivenbark, Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank: And Other Words of Delicate Southern Wisdom

Roman Payne
“A girl without braids
is like a city without bridges.”
Roman Payne, The Wanderess

Bess Streeter Aldrich
“Regardless of the popular literary trend of the times, write the thing which lies close to your heart.”
Bess Streeter Aldrich

Anton Szandor LaVey
“In previous centuries, the Church was the great controller, dictating morality, stifling free expression and posing as conservator of all great art and music. Instead we have TV, doing just as good a job at dictating fashions, thoughts, attitudes, objectives as did the Church, using many of the same techniques but doing it so palatably that no one notices. Instead of ‘sins’ to keep people in line, we have fears of being judged unacceptable by our peers (by not wearing the right shoes, not drinking the right kind of beer, or wearing the wrong kind of deodorant). Coupled with that fear is imposed insecurity concerning our own identities. All answers and solutions to these fears come through the television, and only through television. Only through exposure to TV can the new sins of alienation and ostracism be absolved.”
Anton Szandor LaVey, The Secret Life of a Satanist: The Authorized Biography of Anton LaVey

“Where will this all end up? Will we completely lose our ability to be private, respectful, subtle? Will romance die? Often I long for a simpler time when break ups weren't made a trillion times worse by photo tagging, and rather than spelling it out for people you could be irritated by something and not feel as though you had to voice your gripe with convenient hashtags such as #dogaccidents, #cake and #snow in case it becomes a trending topic.”
Alexa Chung, It

Rebecca McNutt
“There's no reason that anything should ever become obsolete, whether it be VHS tapes, celluloid film, print books or even the previous versions of a computer operating system, as long as even just one person still wants them around. After all, one thing leads to another, old inventions are the basis for new ones, inventors and designers and scientists and hobbyists worked hard to create all these things, so don't they deserve some respect, enough not to have their ideas buried in the dust by the latest trends and fads?”
Rebecca McNutt

Paul  Allen
“Here's what the death knell for the personal computer will sound like: Mainly I use my phone/paid, but I still use my PC to write long e-mails and documents. Most people aren't there yet, but that's where we're headed”
Paul Allen, Idea Man

“That is the key of this collection, being yourself. Don't be into trends. Don't make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way to live.”
Gianni Versace

Bill Clinton
“Follow the trend lines, not the headlines.”
Bill Clinton

Jeffrey Tucker
“80s music sounds so 80s now. But in the 80s, it just sounded like music.”
Jeffrey Tucker

“Fashion is all about madness.”
Reiss Field

Tim Gunn
“In my typical way, I declined to respond, saying that I didn't want anyone to run to a store just because I endorsed a trend. Besides, a trend is good only if it works for you, your wardrobe, and your lifestyle.”
Tim Gunn, Tim Gunn's Fashion Bible: The Fascinating History of Everything in Your Closet

Clarice Lispector
“(...) o que é a vida senão uma parada de modas?”
Clarice Lispector

“you dont have to follow trends, you should set them, because there are too many 'her's and 'him's but there is only one 'you' ”
Jessica Atef

Chris Campanioni
“Nothing is more hip than a corpse. The style is timeless. Death is trending.”
Chris Campanioni, Tourist Trap

Heather Choate Davis
“America is a young country, young and brash and prone to errors. Like teenagers. For all our inherent goodness, we’ve been cursed with bright, shiny object disease and we don’t want a cure. Not now. Not till we get our little taste, till our kids get theirs.”
Heather Choate Davis, Elijah & the SAT: Reflections on a hairy old desert prophet and the benchmarking of our children's lives

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Even gods are following trends. They are afraid to be forgotten by their creators”
Bangambiki Habyarimana

Ken Poirot
“You will have the foresight to analyze current trends, increasing the likelihood of purposefully taking a viral ride with your content.”
Ken Poirot, Go Viral!: The Social Media Secret to Get Your Name Posted and Shared All Over the World!

Ken Poirot
“Instagram and the rise of the selfie.”
Ken Poirot, Go Viral!: The Social Media Secret to Get Your Name Posted and Shared All Over the World!

Ken Poirot
“You can increase the probability of viral success by looking for ways to ride similar trends with the content you create.”
Ken Poirot, Go Viral!: The Social Media Secret to Get Your Name Posted and Shared All Over the World!

“Those who are ill informed about change will be at risk for a rough future”
Jason Canton

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