Eddie Dean Quotes

Quotes tagged as "eddie-dean" (showing 1-11 of 11)
Stephen King
“Oh Christ, I left my world to watch a kid put shoes on a fucked-up weasel. Shoot me Roland, before I breed.”
Stephen King

Stephen King
“It's the world's smallest violin, playing 'My Heart Pumps Purple Piss for You'.”
Stephen King, Wizard and Glass

Stephen King
“Sometimes I think we'd all be better off if the people who mean well would just creep away and die.”
Stephen King, The Dark Tower

Stephen King

He looked so strange without his guns.


So wrong.


'Okay? Now that the numb-fuck apprentices have the guns and the master's unarmed, can we please go? If something big comes out of the bush at us, Roland, you can always throw your knife at it.'


'Oh, that,' he murmured. 'I almost forgot.' He took the knife from his purse and held it out, hilt first, to Eddie.


'This is ridiculous!' Eddie shouted.


'Life is ridiculous.'


'Yeah, put it on a postcard and send it to the fucking Reader's Digest.' Eddie jammed the knife into his belt and then looked defiantly at Roland. 'Now can we go?'


'There is one more thing,' Roland said.


'Weeping, creeping Jesus!'


The smile touched Roland's mouth again. 'Just joking,' he said.


Eddie's mouth dropped open. Beside him, Susannah began to laugh again. The sound rose, as musical as bells, in the morning stillness.


Stephen King, The Waste Lands

Stephen King
“There are people who need people to need them. The reason you don’t understand is because you’re not one of those people. You’d use me and then toss me away like a paper bag if that’s what it came down to. God fucked you, my friend. You’re just smart enough so it would hurt you to do that, and just hard enough so you’d go ahead and do it anyway. You wouldn’t be able to help yourself.”
Stephen King

Stephen King
“Their situation was becoming ever harder to deny: they were characters in someone's story. This whole world--”
Stephen King, Song of Susannah

Stephen King
“Roll me in sugar and call me a fuckin jelly-doughnut!”
Stephen King, The Dark Tower

Stephen King
“You could help me by shutting up," Eddie said, and the grill spoke no more. He found himself wondering if he had offended it, then wondered if perhaps he should kill himself and spare the world a problem.”
Stephen King

Stephen King
“When is a Beryl not a Beryl? 'When it's a Claudia,' he said.”
Stephen King, Wolves of the Calla

Stephen King
“He looked so strange without his guns.


So wrong.


'Okay? Now that the numb-fuck apprentices have the guns and the master's unarmed, can we please go? If something big comes out of the bush at us, Roland, you can always throw your knife at it.'


'Oh, that,' he murmured. 'I almost forgot.' He took the knife from his purse and held it out, hilt first, to Eddie.


'This is ridiculous!' Eddie shouted.


'Life is ridiculous.'


'Yeah, put it on a postcard and send it to the fucking Reader's Digest.' Eddie jammed the knife into his belt and then looked defiantly at Roland. 'Now can we go?'


'There is one more thing,' Roland said.


'Weeping, creeping Jesus!'


The smile touched Roland's mouth again. 'Just joking,' he said.


Eddie's mouth dropped open. Beside him, Susannah began to laugh again. The sound rose, as musical as bells, in the morning stillness.”
Stephen King

Stephen King
“He looked so strange without his guns.

So wrong.

'Okay? Now that the numb-fuck apprentices have the guns and the master's unarmed, can we please go? If something big comes out of the bush at us, Roland, you can always throw your knife at it.'

'Oh, that,' he murmured. 'I almost forgot.' He took the knife from his purse and held it out, hilt first, to Eddie.

'This is ridiculous!' Eddie shouted.

'Life is ridiculous.'

'Yeah, put it on a postcard and send it to the fucking Reader's Digest.' Eddie jammed the knife into his belt and then looked defiantly at Roland. 'Now can we go?'

'There is one more thing,' Roland said.

'Weeping, creeping Jesus!'

The smile touched Roland's mouth again. 'Just joking,' he said.

Eddie's mouth dropped open. Beside him, Susannah began to laugh again. The sound rose, as musical as bells, in the morning stillness.”
Stephen King