Words matter. These are the best Vine Quotes from famous people such as Brendan Fraser, J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, Ruth B, Lele Pons, Jake Paul, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
George of the Jungle is a cartoon. He’s a guy who swings around on a vine all day. Are you not buying that?
See, tomato skins are really good at keeping tomato juices inside the tomato, but they have one defect: Moisture can escape from the tops, where the tomatoes were attached to the vine.
Before ‘Lost Boy,’ I was singing, doing six-second covers on Vine, working part-time and in school, but music was always my true love.
When you think of a Vine video, it’s like thinking about an experience you’ve had, which people can relate to.
I had heard about Vine through Twitter, and my first video was of me freaking out on my couch. Back then I had 5 followers.
I am incredibly grateful for the opportunities Vine has given me.
Stuffed vine leaves tend to burn and/or stick when you cook them. To avoid this, use a heavy based pan lined with a few layers of second-rate leaves.
The video-sharing app Vine was the first place I got a glimpse of cultures beyond my own, including those of the Middle East. I was able to see how some women there wanted us to see them: prospering, aware.
As users flock to Vine, Snapchat and, previously, Instagram, the social platforms are challenged to continue to be the primary provider of these services to the growing army of smartphone users.
I believe you really do need to be 360 in this industry. And being just a Vine creator was not my goal.
You want hot days to get your fruit ripe but then you want it to cool off nicely at night so that the grapes stay on the vine longer and develop complexity.
You know, my friends, with what a brave carouse I made a Second Marriage in my house; favored old barren reason from my bed, and took the daughter of the vine to spouse.
There’s a lot of people on Vine who don’t really talk, but who are very big.
We ought to do good to others as simply as a horse runs, or a bee makes honey, or a vine bears grapes season after season without thinking of the grapes it has borne.
I’m spending way too much time test running my Vine videos. I’ll go into a room and close the door and be in there for an hour workshopping a Vine video that I never even post. So that’s probably a huge time suck.
I’ve done 20 takes of a Vine before it goes out.
I got into a competition with my brother over who could make better Vine videos.
Vine was an art form.
I was once doing a gig with Tim Vine; he was backstage, and there was one of those long strings of polystyrene coffee cups. He picked up the whole stack of about 20, walked on stage and then said: ‘Bloody hell this coffee’s hot!’ which I think is the funniest thing anyone has ever said.
When I start doing movies, that’ll be the time to pack Vine in. Quit when you’re on top. Be the king.
If you don’t learn constantly, you don’t grow, and you will wither. Too many people wither on the vine. Sure, it gets a little harder as you get older, but new experiences and new challenges keep it fresh.
My actual biggest claim to fame is that – basically, this sounds awful and really pretentious – but my Twitter is verified. And if you’re already verified on Twitter, then your Vine is automatically verified.
My first Vine I really just posted out of spontaneity.
In 2013, I was broke after making my first movie, ‘Jason Nash is Married,’ and I got on Vine hoping to sell a few copies.
I always wanted to be a Vine star. I wasn’t, thank God.
One of the biggest misconceptions that has been thrown out there is the fact that I started on Vine.
The Hebrew Bible contains multiple provisions to ensure that no one would go hungry. The corners of the field, forgotten sheaves of grain, gleanings that drop from the hands of the gleaner, and small clusters of grapes left on the vine were to be given to the poor.
I haven’t done Vine in a long time, and when I first started, I just did stuff that I thought was funny.
I spend 6 hours filming a Vine.
All the Vine creators, we knew our home, the place we started on was slowly reaching a plateau.
I get great pleasure from stuffed foods, from an apple strudel to a vegetable samosa, from a whole roasted bird with a sweet and savoury stuffing to a vine leaf filled with rice and spices.
Many of the short videos on Vine feel as though they belong to an ever-evolving, completely new genre of modern folk art.
I don’t think the Barbara Vines are mysteries in any sense. The Barbara Vine is much more slowly paced. It is a much more in-depth, searching sort of book; it doesn’t necessarily have a murder in it.
I like to experiment with different things and find different uses for them. New things pop up every day – Snapchat, Vine, Parasail.
Possibly the only genre that efficiently converted from TV to YouTube / Vine is sketch comedy, which has always had more to do with the skills of its creators than its budgets.
After my time on ‘The Bachelorette,’ I launched my podcast called ‘Off the Vine.’ The premise is simple, my guests and I open a bottle of wine and have some good conversation.
When I read Deborah Brenner’s book ‘Women of the Vine’ about women wine makers, I was impressed that many of the women she had interviewed had come to wine making later in life as a second career.
Whenever I Instagram or Vine something of myself, I like to go extreme and be crazy and silly.
I started on Vine when I first started. My parents were pretty confused about it. They definitely weren’t like, ‘Don’t do it,’ but they also were definitely parents like, ‘you have to go to college.’ So they didn’t really understand what the whole concept was and what it could possibly turn into.
The types of ideas protected by intellectual-property law typically don’t include a clever catchphrase on a Vine or a film idea in a tweet.
When I put that first Vine out, I was just doing it for fun; there was no wanting to become an artist.
Be happy. Don’t make a Vine about, like, something not that happy.
Bochy is my guy. He raised me in the game; I was 20-years-old and as green as any grapes as you’ve ever seen on a vine. He took care of me, taught me how to be a professional, and taught me how to get my work done.
My feeling is that poetry will wither on the vine if you don’t regularly come back to the simplest fundamentals of the poem: rhythm, rhyme, simple subjects – love, death, war.
Yes, Carl Vine stuck around. He’s now number one composer for choreography.