65 Werewolf Quotes On Success In Life

These Werewolf quotes will inspire you. In folklore, a werewolf or occasionally lycanthrope is a human with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf (or, especially in modern film, a therianthropic hybrid wolf-like creature), either purposely or after being placed under a curse or affliction (often a bite or scratch from another werewolf) with the transformations occurring on the night of a full moon.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging Werewolf quotes, Werewolf sayings, and Werewolf proverbs.

Best Werewolf Quotes

  1. “Never moon a werewolf.” ~ Mike Binder
  2. “I think we all have to fight the werewolf within us somehow.” ~ William Kempe , Werewolf quotes within
  3. “I saw a Werewolf with a Chinese menu in his hand” ~ Warren Zevon
  4. “Clearly any film company that makes a film is always going to talk about sequels particularly if they see something as being successful, which Werewolf was.” ~ Jenny Agutter
  5. “The werewolf is neither man nor wolf, but a satanic creature with the worst qualities of both.” ~ Warner Oland

  6. “I’m a werewolf, not a golden retriever.” ~ Cassandra Clare
  7. “I wanted to be an author as far back as I can remember, mixed with occasional bouts of wanting to be a werewolf when I grew up. But mostly, when I daydreamed, it was about being an author.” ~ Neil Gaiman
  8. “The three “F”s of being a werewolf, Feeding, Fighting, and…Reproduction” ~ Kelley Armstrong
  9. “Some people will tell you werewolves can only shapechange under a full moon, but people also say there’s no such things as ghosts.” ~ Patricia Briggs , Werewolf quotes moon
  10. “I had a werewolf morning. Awoke with a rum hangover, imagined blood on the walls, and prayed to god it was mine.” ~ Randy Wayne

  11. “You know,” he said, “every time a vampire says he doesn’t believe in lycanthropes, a werewolf bursts into flames.” ~ Elizabeth Bear
  12. “If you were to send a werewolf to the moon, would he be a werewolf permanently?” ~ Kristen Schaal
  13. “He’s a werewolf! That’s why he’s been missing classes!” ~ J. K. Rowling
  14. “One time I completely thought I’d turned into a werewolf and was sure I could see hairs sprouting from my face. At those times I’d suddenly go very quiet and not talk to anyone, stunned from the developments, being a werewolf and all.” ~ Beth Orton
  15. “Werewolves are much more common animals than you might think.” ~ Daniel Pinkwater

  16. “Vampires, werewolves, fallen angels and fairies lurk in the shadows, their intentions far from honorable.” ~ Jeaniene Frost
  17. “I saw a werewolf drinking a pina colada at Trader Vic’s. His hair was perfect.” ~ Martha Stout
  18. “Did you like question ten, Moony?” asked Sirius as they emerged into the entrance hall. “Loved it,” said Lupin briskly. “Give five signs that identify the werewolf. Excellent question.” “D’you think you managed to get all the signs?” said James in tones of mock concern. “Think I did,” said Lupin seriously, as they joined the crowd thronging around the front doors eager to get out into the sunlit grounds. “One: He’s sitting on my chair. Two: He’s wearing my clothes. Three: His name’s Remus Lupin.” ~ J. K. Rowling
  19. “Put some clothes on, you weird, yellow-eyed, table-dancing, werewolf-training, cryptic, stare-me-right-in-the-eyes-and-don’t-even-blink wench.” ~ Jim Butcher
  20. “Werewolves? Oh please, just plain stupid. Who wants to get it on with a man ruled by his inner dog?” ~ Karen Marie Moning

  21. “A Boat O beautiful was the werewolf in his evil forest. We took him to the carnival and he started crying when he saw the Ferris wheel. Electric green and red tears flowed down his furry cheeks. He looked like a boat out on the dark water.” ~ Richard Brautigan
  22. “…what was the good of being a movie werewolf? You howled at the moon; you couldn’t remember what you did, and then somebody shot you.” ~ Anne Rice
  23. “Midnight, and the clock strikes. It is Christmas Day, the werewolves birthday, the door of the solstice still wide enough open to let them all slink through.” ~ Angela Carter
  24. “I have often thought that with any luck at all I could have been born a werewolf, because the two middle fingers on both my hands are the same length, but I have had to be content with what I had.” ~ Shirley Jackson
  25. “I think there’s an innate sexuality that is attached to vampires and werewolves. It’s passionate and sexual, undeniably so.” ~ Janina Gavankar

  26. “What comes to your mind when you think of the word Transylvania, if you ponder it at all? What comes to my mind are mountains of savage beauty, ancient castles, werewolves, and witches – a land of magical obscurity. How, in short, am I to believe I will still be in Europe, on entering such a realm? I shall let you know if it’s Europe or fairyland, when I get there. First, Snagov – I set out tomorrow.” ~ Elizabeth Kostova
  27. “VAMPIRES I see things you can’t see WEREWOLVES I find things that hunt you FAERIES I am your protector SHAPESHIFTERS But even I can’t protect you now.” ~ Kiersten White
  28. “I wouldn’t tell anyone to study werewolves – I studied wolves, how they moved, their tendencies and sensibilities.” ~ Joe Manganiello
  29. “I imagined calling in to my own radio show: Yeah hi, I’m a werewolf, and I’m stuck in a cabin in the woods with another werewolf and a werewolf hunter.” ~ Carrie Vaughn
  30. “Where does a werewolf sleep? Anywhere he wants to.” ~ Patricia Briggs

  31. “What if it turns out there really are witches and vampires and werewolves living right here alongside us? After all, what better disguise could there be than to get your image enshrined in the culture of the mass media? Anything that’s described in artistic terms and shown in the movies stops being frightening and mysterious. For real horror you need the spoken word, you need an old grandpa sitting on a bench, scaring the grandkids in the evening.” ~ Sergei Lukyanenko
  32. “We kids feared many things in those days – werewolves, dentists, North Koreans, Sunday School – but they all paled in comparison with Brussels sprouts.” ~ Dave Barry
  33. “I don’t think we have enough imaginary creatures in cinema. It seems like we’re stuck with zombies, vampires, and werewolves. We should have everything. We should have minotaurs. We should have elves. We should have mermen in popular culture. But instead we’ve stuck with vampires.” ~ Neil Jordan
  34. “Sometimes the scariest things in life aren’t the Vampires and the Werewolves, sometimes there are things even God doesn’t want to know about. Which is why he created the Devil’s Roses.” ~ Tara Brown
  35. “Whether you’re a vampire or werewolf, love is still love. Betrayal is still betrayal.” ~ Nathan Parsons

  36. “I was just a kid selling monster stories to the kids in the projects, complete with a dramatic reading, making the werewolf sounds. My career was aborted early on because one of my main customers started to have nightmares and his mother came to my mother and my mother shut down my whole business.” ~ George R. R. Martin
  37. “Nudity was an inconvenient but unavoidable part of pack life. We’�d all thought nothing of it before Leah came along. Then it got awkward. – Jacob Black” ~ Stephenie Meyer
  38. “(Raven) “Makes me think of werewolves. Do you think a man can change into an animal?” (Alexander) “If he’s with the right girl.” ~ Ellen Schreiber
  39. “Can I ask you a question? You know with vampires and werewolves and goblins and things, is there any mythological creature that doesn’t actually exist?” “Of course,” he replied. “The unicorn and the leprechaun would be would be the two main ones. The Loch Ness Monster isn’t real, either, that’s just someone called Bert.” ~ Derek Landy
  40. “What is it with you and the Wizard of Oz references? Zombies and werewolves and vamps, oh my. Zombies and werewolves and…” ~ Christopher Golden

  41. “I believe that. But I want you to know something — when it comes to all this enemies nonsense, I’m out. I am a neutral country. I am Switzerland. I refuse to be affected by territorial disputes between mythical creatures. Jacob is family. You are . . . well, not exactly the love of my life, because I expect to love you for much longer than that. The love of my existence. I don’t care who’s a werewolf and who’s a vampire. If Angela turns out to be a witch, she can join the party, too.” ~ Stephenie Meyer , Werewolf quotes love
  42. “It’s Halloween! It’s Halloween!
    The moon is full and bright
    And we shall see what can’t be seen
    On any other night.
    Skeletons and ghosts and ghouls,
    Grinning goblins fighting duels
    Werewolves rising from their tombs,
    Witches on their magic brooms
    In masks and gown we haunt the street
    And knock on doors for trick or treat
    Tonight we are the king and queen,
    For oh tonight it’s Halloween!” ~ Jack Prelutsky , Halloween werewolf quotes
  43. “Bitten? You mean you’re a-” “A werewolf,” said the girl. “Like everyone else here. Except you, and the asshole. And the asshole’s sister.” ~ Cassandra Clare
  44. “So you are a vampire.” “I most certainly am not.” He looked annoyed. “That’s such a common phrase, such a cliche, and so unflattering. I suppose you believe in werewolves and aliens too. I blame television.” ~ Margaret Stohl
  45. “I think American Werewolf in London is the greatest werewolf movie of all time.” ~ David Hayter

  46. “A criminal trial is like a cultural in-flight test in which society projects its own history, fears, impatience, insolence, clemency, insecurities, dreams and nightmares upon facts. … What’s inside is every fairy-tale monster, a brutal ogre, a bloodthirsty werewolf, an elegant vampire, a scheming devil, a bullying giant, a sneering troll, or maybe just an abusive stepfather.” ~ Ron Franscell
  47. “The zombie threat is made worse by the fact that their victims then turn into the creature that attacked them. This too is similar to other monsters (werewolves and vampires) and also similar to the sub-genre of infection/plague films. In the case of zombies, however, this may carry a greater sense of dread and revulsion: vampires and werewolves can be seen as desirable, potent, intelligent, virile creatures whom one might like — in some way at least — to become; a mindless ghoul condemned to wander aimlessly across an empty, ruined earth seems much less attractive.” ~ Kim Paffenroth
  48. “I don’t know why one author writes westerns while another writes detective novels. You don’t know why. You go where the intensity is. I feel most comfortable writing about monsters. It’s possible that I feel like a monster myself. Or maybe it’s because we all have a monster inside of us, a vampire, a ghost, a witch or a werewolf. You do it because it works and it feels really right and authentic.” ~ Anne Rice
  49. “Have you been smoking something? Seriously, I think you’re a werewolf. This new snarky attitude is a dead giveaway.” “And vampires aren’t snarky?” Kylie rolled her eyes. “No, we’re pissy. Snarky and pissy are two totally different things.” ~ C.C. Hunter
  50. “I’d lean more toward werewolves. Wolves are cool.” ~ Mireille Enos

  51. “My brother believed in all sorts of mythical creatures: pixies, dragons, werewolves, honest men.” ~ Jodi Picoult
  52. “Cuba seems to have the same effect on US administrations as the full moon has on werewolves.” ~ Wayne Smith
  53. “What if all those strange and unexplainable bends in history were the result of supernatural interference? At which point I asked myself, what’s the weirdest most eccentric historical phenomenon of them all? Answer:the Great British Empire. Clearly, one tiny little island could only conquer half the known world with supernatural aid. Those absurd Victorian manners and ridiculous fashions were obviously dictated by vampires. And, without a doubt, the British army regimental system functions on werewolf pack dynamics.” ~ Gail Carriger
  54. “What would a racist call werewolves? Wargs? She kind of liked that one, but suspected that racist bastards didn’t read Tolkien.” ~ Patricia Briggs
  55. “Taking out werewolves, I gather and surmise, is akin to taking out a SEAL team.” ~ Patricia Briggs

  56. “My earliest musical memory was getting to watch my dad play drums in a local band. He’s a banker by trade, but a drummer at heart. I remember seeing the guitar player do the solo from “Werewolves of London” with his teeth, and that was the moment that had me hooked.” ~ Charlie Worsham
  57. “I don’t care for werewolves. They’re all right, I guess, if you go for the shedding, savaging the country-side thing. But they’re not very scary nor very sexy and so what’s the point?” ~ Maggie Stiefvater
  58. “There are a lot of other movies I’ve done multiple times, like Werewolf Of Washington, where I really get tired of watching it.” ~ Cassandra Peterson
  59. “And thus Charles found himself wandering around a hotel, trailing federal agents as he held a cardboard coffee cup holder in each hand, instead of out killing misbehaving werewolves.” ~ Patricia Briggs
  60. “I’m a coyote shapeshifter playing in a world of werewolves and vampires—outmatched is n understatement.” ~ Patricia Briggs

  61. “Go to faeries for gossip about vampires, to werewolves for gossip about faeries, and do not gossip about werewolves, because they try to bite your face off: that was Magnus’s motto.” ~ Cassandra Clare
  62. “Sorry,” she said breathlessly. “I got lost in the crowd.” “I noticed,” he said. “One second I was dancing with you, and the next you were gone and a very persistent werewolf was trying to get the buttons on my jeans undone.” Sebastian chuckled. “Girl or boy werewolf?” “Not sure. Either way, they could have used a shave.” ~ Cassandra Clare
  63. “Vampire politics make the very complicated dance of manners that is werewolf protocol look like the Hokey Pokey.” ~ Patricia Briggs
  64. “Vampires, fey folk, werewolves, Shadowhunters, and demons – these things made sense to Magnus. But the mundane world – it seemed to have no pattern, no form. Their quicksilver politics. Their short lives.” ~ Cassandra Clare
  65. “Warren made a noise, the first one I’d heard out of him since we’d come into the room. I’d have been happier if he hadn’t sounded scared. “Easy, Warren,” Adam told him. “You’re safe here.” “If you die on us, you won’t be,” said Kyle with a growl that would have done credit to any of the werewolves in the room.” ~ Patricia Briggs

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