->''Camp taste is, above all, a mode of enjoyment, of appreciation - not judgment. Camp is generous. It wants to enjoy. It only seems like malice, cynicism. (Or, if it is cynicism, it's not a ruthless but a sweet cynicism.) Camp taste doesn't propose that it is in bad taste to be serious; it doesn't sneer at someone who succeeds in being seriously dramatic. What it does is to find the success in certain passionate failures. ... Camp taste is a kind of love, love for human nature. It relishes, rather than judges, the little triumphs and awkward intensities of "character." . . . Camp taste identifies with what it is enjoying. People who share this sensibility are not laughing at the thing they label as "a camp," they're enjoying it. Camp is a tender feeling.''\\
-- Susan Sontag, "[[http://faculty.georgetown.edu/irvinem/theory/Sontag-NotesOnCamp-1964.html Notes on 'Camp']]"

->''[==]'''Camp''' -- deliberate bad taste -- is in fact the opposite of kitsch... Camp puts a certain amount of ingenuity, subtlety and creative talent into a work which is obviously silly, stupid, or tasteless.''\\
-- [[http://plover.net/~bonds/campkitschtrash.html Stephen Bond]].

->''I think that any gay person in the world would be seduced at one point by a certain kind of camp. For certain people it's kind of a saving grace.''\\
-- Music/RufusWainwright.

-> '''[[Creator/JohnWaters John]]''': It's camp! ({{beat}}) The tragically ludicrous? The ludicrously tragic?\\
'''Homer''': Oh, yeah! Like when a clown dies.\\
'''John''': Well, sort of.\\
-- ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''

-> ''Let's do it!''\\
''Let's do it - I've had a really good idea!''\\
''We'll [[{{Revival}} revamp,]] make [[UpToEleven more camp]], a [[Series/DoctorWho sci-fi show from yesteryear!]]''
-->-- [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giaMRyn47Xg&feature=feedf The Ballad of Russell and Julie]]