Mischief Quotes

I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.

Give her hell from us, Peeves.


Evil    Funny    God    Hiddleston    Loki    Mischief    Mtv    Norse    Prank    Tom

There's nothing more contagious than the laughter of young children; it doesn't even have to matter what they're laughing about.

Child    Children    Contagious    Contagiousness    Funny    Humor    Innocence    Innocent    Kid    Kids    Kids funny    Laugh    Laughing    Laughter    Mischief    Mischievous    Rascal    Suspicion    Suspicious    Young    Youth

I promise I will repay you.
Oh yeah? she asked, looking at him, with his bare feet and plain, dark clothes. With what?
The smile stayed on his lips. Jewels, lies, slips of paper, dried flowers, memories of things long past, useless quotations, idle hands, beads, buttons, and mischief.

Tell me that the purpose of life is to have fun, and without a care in the world I'll begin wreaking havoc on everything I pass. Now that's what I call pure, honest fun.

Care    Fun    Havoc    Honest    Life    Love    Meaning of life    Mischief    Morality    Purpose    Trouble    Troublemaker

No man is exempt from saying silly things; the mischief is to say them deliberately.

Les Essais

Michel de Montaigne

Les Essais
Mischief    Silly    Words

Now let it work. Mischief, thou art afoot. Take thou what course thou wilt.

He doesn't need my help coming up with pranks. He's got too many ideas of his own.
- Daja referring to Briar in their first year at Discipline cottage

Briar    Daja    Mischief    Pranks

Apparently when it's two people, it's quirky and funny, but when it's a person doing the same stuff on her own, it's rebellious and antisocial.

Bad Girls Don't Die

Katie Alender

Bad Girls Don't Die

It's Latin, which is an excellent language for mischief-making, which is why governments are so fond of it.

The storm ate up September’s cry of despair, delighted at its mischief, as all storms are.

With insufferable vanity had she believed herself in the secret of everybody's feelings; with unpardonable arrogance proposed to arrange everybody's destiny. She was proved to have been universally mistaken; and she had not quite done nothing — for she had done mischief.


Jane Austen


The place had enormous possibilities. He realized that at once. The stream, of course, was perfect for sailing toy boats, for skipping stones, and, in the event of failing inspiration, for falling into. Several of the trees appeared to have been specifically designed for climbing, and one huge, white old birch overhanging the stream promised the exhilarating combination of climbing a tree and falling into the water, all at one time.

Fun    Humour    Mischief

We have all at one time been stranded on islands shouting lies across the seas of misunderstanding, hoping the fog will carry our mischief to the distant ports in people’s minds.

The only known technique to an imitator is to steal and rephrase, then with a mischievous smile, he said, "i did it", without any confidence and prove.

That not adhering to those notions Reason dictates (concerning the nature of God), has been the occasion of all superstition, and those innumerable mischiefs that mankind (on account of religion) have done to themselves or to one another.

Deism    Mischief    Nature    Reason    Religion

Roman Catholicism is a broken and utterly desperate thing, capable only of malignant mischief in our awakening world.



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