Quotes / Couldn't Find a Pen

In death, the thug had been promoted to messenger.

Jesus: How could you figure all that out from a stick figure...did you draw that in blood?
Axel: Riku's blood.

The red letters smelt faintly of iron, making it clear what the "ink" was.
Baccano!! 1933 - The Slash

Abraham Lincoln learned to write by making marks of coal on the back of a shovel. He wrote the Gettysburg Address on a train, on the back of an envelope. He had a pathological fear of normal paper.
Dave Barry, "Birthday Celebration"

"I can never find a pen...Told those kids not to move the pen away from the telephone. God damn kids. Why don't I just kill them, too..."
— Preamble to the funniest suicide note ever, George Carlin

L: You can be incredibly creepy when you want to be.
Light: Creepy?
L: You question whether writing a message to someone in another's blood upon the floor is creepy?
Light: I suppose you have a point there L, but it was the only writing material I knew the man would have readily available.

*Bob pokes his finger to write "SEE YOU SOON BART" in blood. He then whips out a sheet of paper and starts writing with his bloody finger.*
Bob: *Narrating aloud* Dear "Life in these United States", a funny thing happened to me...uh...*[faints]*
Snake: Use a pen, Sideshow Bob!

Aziz: (looking at a pile of corpses) Man, we really need to get a marker board or something. This is gettin out of hand.

Ah, good old Subject 16. He repainted my room you know... with his blood.
Desmond Miles, Assassin's Creed II

The Nostalgia Critic: Yeah, that was a weird request in [Ma-Ti's] will.
Film Brain: Which you wrote.
Critic: He would have wanted it that way.
Film Brain: After his death.
Critic: As I had to.
Film Brain: In his blood.
Critic: Well, if you'd had a pen...

"The killer, who was suspiciously gray and naked, broke in and stabbed her, but was too stupid to realize that she was writing his goddamn name in her own blood."


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