47 Quotes About Posers

82

Using your body language to communicate a certain posture can put you in a power position. There are also instances of posers in life that act like they are more than they are. Here are some great quotes about posers that capture a whole new level of falseness.

“And I usually use myself as a model, posing in front of a mirror as I dab the strokes on the canvas.”

“And when we go to church, read our Bibles, have our quiet times, and go to Christian conferences, we too can build some impressive spiritual muscles.”

“As recently as the grunge era, there remained a bohemian cachet in casually mentioning that you didn’t own a TV. But nobody thinks like that
anymore.”

“Cause I’m a musician, I’m not really good at posing and being a model, like, modeling.”

“Certain media-related developments in the country are raising questions regarding its objectivity and credibility. Paid news and the declining roles of the editors and their editorial freedom is posing a major threat to the Indian media.”

“Early on, when I was quite young and going from job to job, I was foolish enough to sometimes speak to my fellow workers: ‘Hey, the boss can come in here at any moment and lay all of us off, just like that, don’t you realize that?'”

“Every girl loves posing in her underwear. It’s always fun to do that.”

“Get into the habit of imagining an alternate scenario. By posing such ‘imagine if’ questions… we can distance ourselves from the frames, cues, anchors and rhetoric that might be affecting us.”

“Have you heard of this new thing called the internet? It’s giving people new expectations. It’s allowing them to become their own expert. Knowledge lies anxious at their fingertips. Gloss over the truth in your advertising and you’ll quickly be dismissed as a poser.”

“I always believe that most people could do it. I mean obviously I didn’t just sit and stand. I used to love cradling the gun and just posing with the hand cocked ready to fire the gun, and the costume helped a great deal.”

“I can reinvent myself. This is why I’ve stayed such a long time in the business: because I always change; I’m never the same person.”

“I find standing and posing for photos very awkward.”

“I grew up as a tomboy. I hated posing and things like that.”

“I had discovered something; there was a pleasure in becoming something new. You could will yourself into a fresh shape. Now all I had to do was figure out how to do it out there, in my life.”

“I have no problem with responsible gun owners who own weapons for self-protection, hunting, or just sport. The ones who believe they have a constitutional right to 100-round magazines to fight off I don’t know what – a zombie apocalypse?”

“I know he wants to get serious. He’s definitely not a player, not a poser, not a loser, not a user.”

“I made my career off posing in swimsuits and doing all the swimsuit issues and posters, but I will tell you that that little bit of material on an itsy-bitsy bikini – taking that off was very nerve-racking the first time.”

“I was part of a generation that changed the world, and it was taken over by posers.”

“I was successful and I enjoyed modeling, but it got to a point where I felt like I had ‘been there, done that.’ I wanted something that would inspire me and challenge me. I needed something that required more creativity. ”

“If your aim is to attack the United States, it is hard to imagine a more difficult way of getting here than by posing as a refugee.”

“In college, before video games, we would amuse ourselves by posing programming exercises.”

“In my photographs it is apparent that there was no posing at the moment I released the shutter.”

“It kind of scares me, the notion that we’re going to be injecting ourselves into other countries’ affairs when they’re not posing a threat to our security. I wouldn’t be telling Israel what to do.”

“It’s always nice to be home and be able to see my family. It’s the best feeling.”

“I’ve been a poser for f–ing years. I say, pose your arse off. You know, have a laugh.”

“I’ve gone through guys who want to lay on their backs and play like they’re full of themselves. You know, I don’t care about posing. I mean look at me, do I care about posing?”

“Let the world know you as you are, not as you think you should be, because sooner or later, if you are posing, you will forget the pose, and then where are you?”

“Most people are living lives of sort of survival. And constantly posing an existential crisis, either through fantasy or oblivion, really has been pretty much explored in rock and roll. At least in the western version of rock n’ roll.”

“My action follows my characters. If a character is a cop, you cannot be posing all the time, you cannot fly off the roof because it doesn’t make any sense – it’s not practical.”

“My graffiti really comes more from a May ’68, sort of Situationist vibe than the hip-hop world. I think a real graffiti artist would find me a poser.”

“Obviously I love the fans, and it’s beyond lovely that people like my work, and I love saying ‘Hi,’ shaking a hand, doing a high five. All that’s fine. But the posing for photos is so time-consuming and frankly a bit weird.”

“On stage, we just want to generate hysteria. We don’t care about looking cool or posing.”

“One of the problems with posing a ‘bold new plan’ is that you can’t just extrapolate from previous plans.”

“Reality is an easy commodity in the Front Range. There’s weather, and there are animals that are thinking about eating you, and there’s all that beauty.”

“Science is fun. Science is curiosity. We all have natural curiosity. Science is a process of investigating. It’s posing questions and coming
up with a method. It’s delving in.”

“Some guys can do more talking in the ring, other guys do posing, body building, whatever the hell they do in the ring. But I don’t have the big body, and I’m not the big smooth talker, but I can get in the ring and wrestle.”

“The new freedom of expression brought by the Internet goes far beyond politics. People relate to each other in new ways, posing questions about how we should respond to people when all that we know about them is what we have learned through a medium that permits all kinds of anonymity and deception.”

“The red carpet doesn’t interest me. I think people become all the same; it’s like everyone posing from the three-quarter angle in some low-cut, fitted dress; it’s all the same.”

“Too often we are posers. Don’t be afraid. Be you. Live a life worthy of the calling YOU’VE received.”

“True cynics kill themselves. The rest are posers, trying to use clever sarcasm and snarky remarks to hide insecurity and the fear that if they put themselves out there, they will fail.”

“War coverage should be more than a parade of retired generals and retired government flacks posing as reporters.”

“We must stop posing as victims of the West and behaving negatively towards the West. We must participate with the West on an equal footing in the reconstruction of the world.”

“What if the opposite of good wasn’t bad? What if the opposite of good was real?”

“When posing in lingerie, I suck everything in and pop my hip out a little bit. If you lie on your side and draw one knee in a bit, it makes you look more curvalicious.”

“Yoga is just gymnastics for uncoordinated people.”

“You can only maintain an immensely gothic attitude for so long before either killing yourself or beginning to feel like a poser.”

“You shouldn’t be in the music business if you’re posing.”

There are different types of posers in all aspects of life.