Megan Fox Quotes Dumb Or Awesome

Megan Fox
Megan Fox

 

If I ever lose a role because of my tattoos, I’ll quit Hollywood and go to work at Costco.

MEGAN FOX, Maxim, Jul. 2007

Transformers made $700 million and that opened a door to introduce this “new girl,” and I happened to be such an outrageous personality that people wanted to start writing about me because it was deemed controversial. I think if I had been a typical Hollywood actress and I said all the right things and I had been a publicity android, it wouldn’t have escalated to this level.

MEGAN FOX, Entertainment Weekly, Jun. 10, 2009

It is very important not to live depending on beauty, or having your career depending on it because it limits a lot. But I recognize that it is an attribute that gives me power.

MEGAN FOX, Vogue (Spain), Oct. 2011

I’ve gotten to the point where I just laugh about it. The tabloids can say whatever they want. But it’s not me. I’m a homebody. My husband is my best friend. That’s who I really am.

MEGAN FOX, Cosmopolitan, Apr. 2012

I’m blunt and maybe too honest. But being outspoken is good for women, particularly when it come to sex. Women are supposed to be on magazine covers dressed provocatively, but they’re not allowed to talk about sex? That double standard angers me.

MEGAN FOX, Maxim, Jul. 2007

I was always wearing the smallest clothes I could find. I would go to the mall like that — in a short, short skirt and a giant wedge heel. That’s what you do when you’re a teenage girl in a small town.

MEGAN FOX, Entertainment Weekly, Jun. 10, 2009

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I didn’t know what I wanted when I first started out in this business, but I’ve made a conscious decision to do more comedies. I really like that levity. I want to be around funny people and have those on-set experiences.

MEGAN FOX, Cosmopolitan, Apr. 2012

Always assume that I’m being sarcastic.

MEGAN FOX, Entertainment Weekly, Jun. 10, 2009

This image that was created about me has many angles. We live in a world of cut phrases and headlines, and I prefer people not to know who I really am based on an statement released through the media. I like when I give whole interviews, they understand who I really am and why I’ve taken my decisions in life. I am much more than a piece of meat to sell to the media. The media shows a woman very different from who I really am. And the problem is that it can not be controlled. People believe what they want to believe and I can not comment on every thing they say, because my life would end up being consumed by having to explain lies. I prefer to accept that this is another aspect of my work.

MEGAN FOX, Vogue (Spain), Oct. 2011

It’s easy to just want to stay in because it’s comfortable. But I think couples need to mix it up. When we go out to dinner, I find that I flirt with him in ways that I totally don’t do in the comfort of our home.

MEGAN FOX, Cosmopolitan, Apr. 2012

I really enjoy having sex, and that’s offensive to some people. Women are the quickest to call other women sluts, which is sad. I haven’t met a lot of men who’ve said, “You like having sex? What a dirty whore you are!” That’s because they wish their wives or girlfriends would have more sex with them.

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MEGAN FOX, Maxim, Jul. 2007

I’ve always had a sense of humor inappropriate for conventional situations.

MEGAN FOX, Vogue (Spain), Oct. 2011

I’m not going to win an Oscar anytime soon. I’m not Meryl Streep.

MEGAN FOX, GQ Magazine, Sep. 2008

I think all women in Hollywood are known as sex symbols. That’s what our purpose is in this business. You’re merchandised, you’re a product. You’re sold and it’s based on sex. But that’s okay. I think women should be empowered by that, not degraded.

MEGAN FOX, Entertainment Weekly, Jun. 10, 2009

I’ve never been afraid to do anything. Maybe it’s delusional, but I have this profound sense of purpose that I am supposed to do this and it’s going to work out…. I think it’s important to follow those instincts and to just go with it. It’s less scary when you have that strong gut feeling.

MEGAN FOX, Cosmopolitan, Apr. 2012