We’ve collected the best Chick Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Marina Sirtis, Rachel Sklar, Sammy Hagar, Lisa Jewell, Taboo. Use them as an inspiration.
I was originally cast to be the brains of the Enterprise. Somehow I became The Chick. There’s a little ugly girl inside of me going ‘Yay! I’m a sex symbol!’
I’m pretty much an out-front, straightforward chick, and I get a bit confused by expectations.
I have absolutely no problem being thought of as an action chick because, quite frankly, very few women have ever done that.
Maybe I’m the baddest chick on the planet, maybe I’m the baddest woman in the Octagon, but I’m definitely emotional.
Music is my one opportunity to let out how I’m feeling when I’m not talking to a chick or my mom, you know what I mean? It’s just venting.
It has been said that I make chick flicks. This is not a compliment.
I’ve always been outwardly personal. I’ve always been that chick. A lot of my friends be like, ‘TMI, Tiffany, TMI.’ I just feel like it’s important to share your experience on this Earth, because you never know who’s watching, who might be going through the same thing, who might feel devastated.
I do think I have a rebellious, metal-loving rock chick inside of me.
I don’t read ‘chick lit,’ fantasy or science fiction but I’ll give any book a chance if it’s lying there and I’ve got half an hour to kill.
If you write chick lit, and if you’re a New Yorker, and if your book becomes the topic of pop-culture fascination, the paper might make dismissive and ignorant mention of your book. If you write romance, forget about it. You’ll be lucky if they spell your name right on the bestseller list.
I think that there’s a lot of guys out there that want to read the equivalent of chick lit, but really there’s not being much written for them.
People know my lyrics; they know the stuff I’ve written, and it’s all about life, love, happiness, and these big euphoric moments. It would always bug me when I’d go to a club, and they’re playing some chick on a stripper pole on the monitor behind me. I’m like, ‘So that’s not what I do – that’s the other guy.’
Chick Corea was a great influence on me, musically, as I was growing up.
Much-derided chick lit, chick flicks, and chick magazines have left ambitious women in a bind. Why is it that I, a young woman, can read ‘GQ,’ enjoy ‘Fight Club,’ and subscribe to ‘Thrillist,’ while the idea of a guy doing the same with ‘Glamour,’ ’27 Dresses‘ and ‘Daily Candy‘ is nearly unheard of?
I’ve been typed as historical fiction, historical women’s fiction, historical mystery, historical chick lit, historical romance – all for the same book.
People want to call me racist for doing the Bon Qui Qui character, and I’m like, ‘Look, Bon Qui Qui is a representation of a hood chick. That’s it.’ There are lots of hood chicks out there: some are black, some are Mexican, some are Salvadorian, and some are white.
For me, ‘Bookends’ marks the start of my foray into commercial fiction, away from what has always been thought of as more traditional chick lit – single girl in the city trips around in Manolos looking for Mr. Right.
I’m not just a chick singer who sings high all the time.
I think I’m the greatest chick in the game, and I expect all the others to feel the same way. If not, you’re in the wrong profession.
I read so much stuff that black women say, especially about my relationship. ‘Oh, he left his black wife to go be with some exotic chick.’ First of all, my girl is black: she’s Jamaican.