Quote of the Day: World Dracula Day Edition

Quote of the Day: World Dracula Day Edition. Blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas, aspasiasbissas.com. Vampire, vampires, Dracula, Bram Stoker, classic Dracula, Bela Lugosi, Dracula quotes
Quote of the Day: World Dracula Day Edition. Blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas, aspasiasbissas.com. Vampire, vampires, Dracula, Bram Stoker, classic Dracula, Bela Lugosi, Dracula quotes, Van Helsing: Do you not think that there are things which you cannot understand, and yet which are; that some people see things that others cannot?
Quote of the Day: World Dracula Day Edition. Blog post by Aspasia S. Bissas, aspasiasbissas.com. Vampire, vampires, Dracula, Bram Stoker, classic Dracula, Bela Lugosi, Dracula quotes

Happy World Dracula Day! What’s one of your favourite quotes from Dracula? Share in the comments…

Cheers,

Aspasía S. Bissas

27 Replies to “Quote of the Day: World Dracula Day Edition”

  1. “A brave man’s blood is the best thing on this earth when a woman is in trouble.”

    That’s just what Dracula was thinking when he hooked up with Lucy and, later, with Mina!

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  2. I forgot World Dracula Day this time around – also did not post for World Goth Day this year. Believe me, enough people did post about these events to make up for it. Always good to see anything about Lugosi – thanks for posting.

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  3. “There is much to be learned from beasts.” By far my favourite.

    Slightly off-topic (but also related): I have a favourite quote from Interview With The Vampire which makes me laugh because it’s all about Louis: “All I need to find you, Louis, is follow the corpses of rats.” Welcome to my life! 🤣🤣🤣

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      1. I also love it when LeStat says, “Oh Louis, Louis. Still whining Louis. Have you heard enough? I’ve had to listen to that for centuries.” I can relate to that one, too. 😳

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  4. Hmm, a touch choice but apart from the fifty boxes of earth lines, the one that always stuck in my memory was the description of Renfield: “His method of tidying was peculiar. He simply swallowed all the flies and spiders in the boxes.” 😉 Now, that’s the way to keep a clean room! 😉

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      1. Ha ha– to go with your typo, I actually accidentally hit send when I was trying to add a bit more to my comment! I wanted to also add that Renfield probably merits a book of his own (origin story, anyone?) 🙂

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