Pennywise Quotes

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Stephen King
“Eddie discovered one of his childhood's great truths. Grownups are the real monsters, he thought.”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“Oh Christ, he groaned to himself, if this is the stuff adults have to think about I never want to grow up”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“Want a balloon?”
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Stephen King
“Seven, Richie thought. That's the magic number. There has to be seven of us. That's the way it's supposed to be.”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“Kill you all!" The clown was laughing and screaming. "Try to stop me and I'll kill you all! Drive you crazy and then kill you all! You can't stop me!”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“stop now before i kill you
a word to the wise from your friend
PENNYWISE ”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“For a moment he felt a wild hope: perhaps this really was a nightmare. Perhaps he would awake in his own bed, bathed in sweat, shaking, maybe even crying . . . but alive. Safe. Then he pushed the thought away. Its charm was deadly, its comfort fatal.”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“I remember that I wanted to kill It,' Bill said, and for the first time (and ever after) he heard the pronoun gain proper-noun status in his own voice.”
Stephen King, It

Yoshichi Shimada
“Pelit itu payah! Hemat itu jenius!”
Yoshichi Shimada

Stephen King
“THE LOSERS ARE STILL LOSING, BUT STANLEY URIS IS FINALLY AHEAD.”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“I think what was here before is still here... the thing that has shown up every twenty-seven years or so. Sometimes it comes a little sooner, sometimes a little later... but it always comes... It always comes back, you see. It.”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“October 3, 2017

The clown, Hagarty said, looked like a cross between Ronald McDonald and that old TV clown, Bozo—or so he thought at first. It was the wild tufts of orange hair that brought such comparisons to mind. But later consideration had caused him to think the clown really looked like neither. The smile painted over the white pancake was red, not orange, and the eyes were a weird shiny silver. Contact lenses, perhaps . . . but a part of him thought then and continued to think that maybe that silver had been the real color of those eyes. He wore a baggy suit with big orange-pompom buttons; on his hands were cartoon gloves.
“If you need help, Don,” the clown said, “help yourself to a balloon.”
And it offered the bunch it held in one hand.
“They float,” the clown said. “Down here we all float; pretty soon your friend will float, too.”
Stephen King, It

Stephen King
“October 6, 2017

“Here I sit next to the telephone.
I put my free hand on it . . . let it slide down . . . touch the holes in the dial that could put me in touch with all of them, my old pals.
We went deep together.
We went into the black together.
Would we come out of the black if we went in a second time?
I don’t think so.
Please God I don’t have to call them.
Please God.”
Stephen King, It