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Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut Quotes Quotes

14 of the best book quotes from Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut Quotes
  1. #1
    “That’s all I seem to do now. I have to work to keep you alive, to feed you. I haven’t smiled once since you were born. Go to sleep.”
  2. #2
    “Sometimes...you can cry until there’s nothing wet in you. You can scream and curse to where your throat rebels and ruptures. You can pray, all you want, to whatever god you think will listen. And, still it makes no difference. It goes on, with no sign as to when it might release you. And you know that if it ever did relent...it would not be because it cared.”
  3. #3
    “Nothing quite brings out the zest for life in a person like the thought of their impending death.”
  4. #4
    “It’s a frightening world to be alone in.”
  5. #5
    “I’ve excluded happiness as one of those possibilities we seek for ourselves. Oh, I still want it, but that’s beside the point. Contentment - they say it’s the ultimate, but I can’t even wish for that. I don’t even want the desire to be content. I can only hope for silence.”
  6. #6
    “And so, irritants, it is with this that I leave you. You are spared so that you can think of what it really is to live in a world that engenders a pain for which there is no comfort. Here is your product! You have the rest of your lives to think of this. And I suggest you think quickly, for a long life is never a guarantee.”
  7. #7
    “You know what goes on in this world. They don’t understand. They don’t see that long after their laughter subsides, in search of the next cheap thrill, their victims are still hearing the taunts in their heads. A cacophony of degrading noise, poisoning perception.”
  1. #8
    “Whether in a suit or in a loincloth, people are ignorant, little thorns, cutting into one another.”
  2. #9
    “Such amusing fiction, these stories they tell. It always comes to this. If they really had a desire to live, they would’ve been more aware of how easy it is to die, would’ve chosen their actions more wisely. In these moments, you can tell they’re not regretting having hurt you, they regret doing it to your face.”
  3. #10
    “Dear Die-ary, there’s nothing terribly wrong with feeling lost, so long as that feeling precedes some plan on your part to actually do something about it. Too often a person grows complacent with their disillusionment, perpetually wearing their ‘discomfort’ like a favorite shirt. I can’t say I’m very pleased with where my life is just now... but I can’t help but look forward to where it’s going.”
  4. #11
    “Whether in a suit or in a loincloth people are ignorant little thorns cutting into one another. They seem incapable of advancing beyond the violent tendencies which at one time were necessary for survival.”
  5. #12
    “Any pile of stunted growth unaware that entertainment is just that and nothing more deserves to doom themselves to some dank cell somewhere for having been so stupid!! Movies, books, T.V., music - they’re all just entertainment, not guidebooks for damning yourself!”
  6. #13
    “Dear Die-ary, I’ve been to heaven and hell...and I still don’t know if there is a god or a devil. Still...it’s something to write about.”
  7. #14
    “Witty closing remarks have been replaced by massive head trauma and severe hemorrhaging.”

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