People do give me a hard time about my hair because it's orange and it's big.
I always thought marketing in general was an interesting kind of thing. I always liked commercials and billboards.
It's our nature: Human beings like success but they hate successful people.
The street in the center of town was Butts road. I stole the sign and told the audience, this must be where the assholes live. I also had a Neighborhood Crime Watch - it takes about 20 seconds to break into a house but it took me an hour to unbolt this sign.
Everyone has the gift of laughter inside of them. All the world is a prop.
I think, over the years, I've kind of evolved.
People always want to put a label on you; they always want to compare you to something.
I think it's important for me, for my crew and for the audience to bring something new to each show. I have friends who have done the same act, word for word for word, for 20 years. I have a problem with that. I think the audience should see something new in each show.
People always say to me, Youre really attractive - in an unusual way. No one ever just says, Youre attractive.
Comics don't like to see other comics do well.
I think the more you do this and the more comfortable you become on stage, you start speaking more and becoming more of a character in yourself.
Carrot Top is a nickname that people call me and I thought that it was more marketable.
I didn't really have a plan of attack when I got in college.
I think it's the fact that I do something different and that I actually have some success with it. That bothers a lot of people... especially comics.
I'd love to be animated. I've always wanted to jump off of a bridge and not be hurt, like Bugs Bunny.
I always make fun of KISS because I don't particularly think their music is anything.
It's weird, I never wish anything bad upon anybody, except two or three old girlfriends.
I don't want to be known just as 'Carrot Top.' I don't always want to be this crazy, goofy guy.
I love to shop, especially in retro stores. I have about a million pairs of old-school sports shoes like Adidas, so that's probably my biggest vice.
My way of fitting in was through jokes and making people laugh.
My manager has a car payment, so I work every night.
I was the class clown at school, but at home, my family wasn't very funny.
Almost every day, someone asks if I ever flat iron my hair. I say, 'No, because I'm afraid it wouldn't look good and wouldn't come back curly.'
On the weekends, I would go down and play these clubs in Key West or West Palm Beach or surrounding areas of Florida and then I'd go back to school for the week.
So I try not to look too far into the future because I think that everything happens and will happen for a reason.
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