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Who Said It: Marilyn Monroe Or Marilyn Manson?

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    Which Marilyn said this?

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    Manson!

    Marilyn Manson said this in a Guardian interview from this year, titled “Marilyn Manson: ‘I created a fake world because I didn’t like the one I was living in.’”

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    Marilyn Manson
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    Monroe!

    Marilyn Monroe wrote her thoughts about the nature of fame in "Last Talk With a Lonely Girl: Marilyn Monroe" by Richard Meryman, first published in Life magazine on August 17th, 1962

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    Marilyn Manson
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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Manson!

    Marilyn Manson shared this in a 1997 interview with Rolling Stone titled "Sympathy for The Devil."

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    Marilyn Manson
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    Monroe!

    This line appears in Marilyn Monroe: In Her Own Words (1983), edited by Roger Taylor.

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    Marilyn Manson
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Manson!

    Manson shared his thoughts in his image in a 1997 interview with Rolling Stone.

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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Monroe!

    Marilyn’s thoughts on people’s projections is featured in On Being Blonde: Wit and Wisdom From the World’s Most Infamous Blondes (2004), by Paula Munier.

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    Marilyn Manson
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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Manson!

    Marilyn Manson shared this in his Guardian interview from this month.

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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Monroe!

    Marilyn Monroe shared her thoughts on being known as a sex symbol in Life magazine's "Last Talk With a Lonely Girl: Marilyn Monroe."

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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Manson!

    Marilyn Manson waxed poetic about sex and death in a 1996 article in Guitar School.

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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Monroe!

    Marilyn Monroe was quoted saying this in “A Beautiful Child” from Truman Capote's collection Music for Chameleons (1980).

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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Manson!

    Marilyn Manson shared this with the AV Club in a recent interview on "Charlie Hebdo, The Onion, and his gold switchblade."

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    Marilyn Monroe
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    Marilyn Manson
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    Monroe!

    Marilyn Monroe's heartfelt musings on happiness are part of "Last Talk With a Lonely Girl: Marilyn Monroe."

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    NO ONE.

    Or, at least, neither Marilyn Monroe nor Marilyn Manson. Do you really believe either of these people would be so trite?

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