"I'm frightened of my innate vanity. I mean: the suits lined with scarves? Even I know the warning signs. I could quite easily end up in a tiny Playboy mansion, all on my own."
"I don't really read that many magazines; I'm more of a browser. I get 'Vanity Fair' quite often if I'm on a train."
"My vanity was flattered by having been mistaken for our revered sovereign. I ordered a banquet to be got ready for the following evening, under the trees before my house, and invited the whole town."
"I no longer need a large television set in my vanity van and just go to Hotstar on my phone - it is much easier to watch everything there."
"When you have a lot of success you don't need vanity any more."
"I read contrived memoirs by presidential candidates. For every 'Dreams From My Father' - Barack Obama's honest, literary portrayal of his biracial upbringing - there were a dozen cautious, formulaic vanity projects by politicians."
"The whole vanity aspect of building up different muscles - I have no interest."
"So when I look in the mirror I'm driven by both vanity and fear."