quote by Michael Vartan

I'm not a bling-bling guy; I can't pull it off. I just look like an idiot.

— Michael Vartan

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Dancehall is just like hip-hop in that it doesn't always talk about bling;

it talks about conscious issues.


I love crazy, gaudy bling.

I remember being at Greenblatt's on Sunset, and some guy just walked straight up to me, and he had some bling on and whatever, and said something about a party down in Malibu and asked if I would jump in his car and go to the party. All I could think was, 'Who are you? I don't know you, and I don't care about how good your car is.'

Yeah, my role is gonna be a character by the name of Yondu.

And there's gonna be more of Yondu. Yondu is gonna be even more handsome. Perhaps maybe Yondu will add some more bling to his teeth and wear some more jewelry. I don't know. It's gonna be a lot of fun. I've got my fingers crossed that we'll flush out the character even more.

It's a lot of bling to play with. You got to have the bling.

I'm so sick of mermaid dresses, trains, borrowed bling-bling, and a pose.

Ours is not so much an age of vulgarity as of vulgarization;

everything is tampered with or touched up, or adulterated or watered down, in an effort to make it palatable, in an effort to make it pay.

Stars that shine bling in the moon night, might I find true love sqirreled away tonight?

Other people write about the bling and the booty.

I write about the pus and the gnats. To me, that's beautiful.

The business is so upside down now. It's not just about the bling-bling.

I wore the gold for some reasons. One, as a Christian.When Jesus was born wise men bring him gold.No wise man brought bling. Bling is not in The Bible.

I feel really - actually - quite terrified about the world as it now exists.

The kind of sucking the world dry for a dollar seems to me to be even worse (though it was hard for me to imagine 30 years ago that it could get worse) and the idea that bling and profit over human beings is really more and more a credible idea; people don't even examine it with any kind of question: I find that really terrifying.

As a Christian, I got something the world didn't give me, the world can't take away, so I find joy that can never be reduced to anything. So I come into classroom on fire. I'm on fire for learning. I'm on fire for education, a paideia in the deepest sense of paideia, trying to get young people to shift from the superficial to the substantial, the shift from the bling-bling to letting freedom reign in their minds and hearts and souls.

I don't really listen to the radio too much. I know that one song, "Hotline Bling."

Shaq is rich. The white man who signs his check... is wealthy. "Ah, here you go, Shaq. Go buy yourself a bouncing car. Bling, bling!"

I have calmed down my look. Is it really necessary to wear all that jewelry and makeup at 7 A.M.? When you're tired, you start to over-compensate by wearing too much bling.

I like to keep things classic, not lavish or blinged out.

I don't even say that word. The last thing I want to be is over the top.

To me, travel is more valuable than any stupid piece of bling money can buy

I have a rebellious teenage thing. If my mom says I can't do it, I'm gonna do it. But I'm pretty good. That's why it was fun to play Sam in The Bling Ring. I got to be someone crazy and wild to the extreme, then go home and relax and get rid of the burden.

Be content to be what you are; shiny stones and silver bangles only make you look what you really are.

That which attempts to elevate the ugly to the level of beauty becomes neither; but an obscenity.

Whatever; bling always has something to hide.

It is entirely possible to create something totally artificial within the realms of rock and roll.