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Popularity

«I don't care if I'm cool or not. I've always been an awkward person anyway.»
Author: Chris Carrabba | About: Popularity
«Popularity is not leadership.»
«Everything popular is wrong.»
«Popularity is not an indication of quality.»
Author: Vanna Bonta | About: Popularity, Quality
«Avoid popularity; it has many snares, and no real benefit.»
Author: William Penn (Founder) | About: Popularity | Keywords: popularity, snares
«Avoid popularity if you would have peace.»
Author: Abraham Lincoln (President) | About: Peace, Popularity | Keywords: popularity
«I used to make original snowmen, but it was time consuming, hard work. So I said, heck, this is crazy! Now I crank out crude imitations of what's already popular! It takes no time or thought, and most people don't care about the difference, anyway! And what good is originality if you can't crank it out?»
«Popularity, next to virtue and wisdom, ought to be aimed at; for it is the dictate of wisdom, and is necessary to the practice of virtue inmost»
«Everybody's private motto: It's better to be popular than right»
Author: Mark Twain (Humorist, Lecturer, Writer) | About: Popularity | Keywords: motto
«Is it popular to pay our debts, to do justice, to defend the injured and insulted country, to protect the aged and the infant, and give top liberty a land to live in? Then must taxation, as the means by which these things are done, be popular likewi»