Rebel’s Favorite Quotes: Bungou Stray Dogs

Hey everyone and welcome to a new article series I’m going to be doing every so often. It’s called Rebel’s Favorite Quotes! I’m someone who has always loved how almost every movie, show, anime, or video game has a memorable line or two that you just can’t seem to forget after you’ve heard it. And it makes it even more fun to recite it over and over and especially when you have someone who also knows of the same quote. Because then you can recite it together. Quotes also become a source of having an amazing memories of what you heard it from. So thus, every time I write one of these articles I will be sharing some of my favorite quotes from the current chosen theme of the current article. Also, if any of y’all have any suggestions of what themes I should choose for the next favorite quote article I’d love to hear it! I’m always on the look out for new things I can add to my quote repertoire.

So, let us begin eh? For the very first theme to kick this series off with some quotes from the anime series Bungou Stray Dogs!

“You’re a Were-Tiger for gods sakes, grow some Were-Balls.” Kunikida Doppo to Nakajima Atsushi

“Guns are interesting, aren’t they? For some reason, whenever anyone holds one, they become stupid” Edogawa Ranpo

“That was an experiment! Every failure is a valuable sample.” Kajii Motojirou 

“I’ve heard that if you’re too neurotic, you’ll get lots of wrinkles and your aging becomes accelerated. Dazai Osamu to Kunikida Doppo

Well, I hope you enjoyed this article! It will be the first of many in this particular series! And again, if you guys have any suggestions on what sources to look for quotes, I’d love to hear it!

That’s all for now,

Rebel Fae out!

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