Happy End Quotes

Quotes tagged as "happy-end" Showing 1-7 of 7
Kiera Cass
“This isn’t happily ever after.
It’s so much more than that.”
Kiera Cass, The One

Terry Pratchett
“This was not a fairy-tale castle and there was no such thing as a fairy-tale ending, but sometimes you could threaten to kick the handsome prince in the ham-and-eggs.”
Terry Pratchett, Monstrous Regiment

Jon Scieszka
“And everyone lived happily, thought maybe not completely honestly, ever after. The End.”
Jon Scieszka, The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales

“We all dream of stories with happy endings. We know that, by their nature, "ending" and "happy" never make good roommates. But we force ourselves to believe it anyway. That hope, that naïveté, that is our greatest strength as humans. Stories don't end happy. The best we can do is hope that they leave a good taste in our mouth... licking our lips one last time before leaving the table wouldn't be that bad, right?”
Zidrou, The Adoption

“...every "Good Bye" said by a true friend, shall always be followed by "Hello" and every happy end shall always be a beginning of something New and Wonderful!”
Galina Nelson, Anninch

Deyth Banger
“Films in the start you can't really say who will be the killer, who won't be, most times what you say is wrong (Of course if you have watched the film before that and now saying that you haven't it's a great lie, but I don't lie I just have the gift to predict!), the middle is messy because comes stuff which you won't ever thought, sometimes the quite people are the killers. The people which are suspected or investigated aren't the true killers they are the victims or in more cases just a wrong choice!
The end is something which says a lot of for one film, if the killer wins it's show a new place in the films, if there is happy end it's something which is often.”
Deyth Banger

Nicole Gozdek
“Auch wenn Niliana ihm erzählt hatte, dass ihre Magie so nicht funktionierte, sondern nur auf Literatur angewendet werden konnte, so wusste er es instinktiv besser. Er hatte die Magie gespürt, die Inspiration, die aus seiner Not entstanden war und die die Basis für seinen ersten Thriller gelegt hatte. Er musste sie lediglich wieder auf ihre Situation anwenden, sich vorstellen, sie wären die Figuren seines neuesten Thrillers, bei dem es ein Happy End geben sollte.”
Nicole Gozdek, Inspired - Magie der Muse