Quotes: Grumpy Bear
Look at you And if I wanted to I could see someone in there Who’d like to be the happiest clam on the beach But look at you You’re the Angry Clown Trying to push all the kids around But there’s a flying horse that could change that course
— The Aquabats!, "Hey Luno!"
Colette: Our weapons are love! Genis: Justice! And... Kratos: ... Ugh... Hope.
Yuna: Gimmie a "Y"! Rikku: Gimmie an "R"! Paine: ...Gimmie a break.
— Final Fantasy X-2, at the start of a random encounter.
Grumpy: I'm not the cheeriest Care Bear in Care-a-Lot. Go figure.
— The Grumpster himself, Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot
General disappointment is only warded off by the defence of some little peculiar vexation.
— Elizabeth Bennet, Pride and Prejudice
As a Canadian person, I never knew the greasy joy that is going to the Waffle House half-drunk on a Saturday night. We don’t have Waffle Houses up here (and please don’t ask if we have Waffle Igloos, because I really wish we did), so when I finally did get a chance to go to one, it was one of the best moments of my life. Yes, I cried. I cried sweet syrupy tears of happiness. Meanwhile, Eeyore’s cousin Kanye West goes to the Waffle House and sits there like a grumpy toddler who was just told “no more juice”...Kanye is such a difficult bitch. He is totally that friend who gets all mopey in the car because he wanted IHOP and everyone else voted for Waffle House. Then when they get to Waffle House, he throws a mini-tantrum because they don’t have butter pecan syrup and orders “just water, I guess” while everyone else gets ready to mouth-fuck an All-Star Special.
—DListed, "Only Kanye West Could Be Grumpy About Going to the Waffle House"
Manny: I'll write. Bernard: I won't read it. Manny: Well, I'll call. Bernard: I'll hang up. Manny: (exasperated) I'll come and see you. Bernard: I'll be dead by then.