“Peter stood up and let a wicked smile slide across his face. “Time to play.”

 

Brom

“Peter glanced up at the stars and a wicked smile lit his face. “Time to play,” he whispered to the stars and winked. And the stars winked back, for Peter’s smile is a most contagious thing.”

 

Brom

“All my life, I’ve understood the nature of where I come from, but I never thought it might be wicked until now.”

Brenna Yovanoff

“You’re dealing with a character who is, at some points, quite insane. And I hope that any wicked, dark sense of humor Eric exhibits comes out of the fact that he’d been pushed to the point where it seems quite sensible to say some of the ridiculous things he says.”

Brandon Lee

“Amanda Davis has a wicked and inspired imagination.”

 

Brady Udall

“Must we kill to prevent there being any wicked? This is to make both parties wicked instead of one.”

 

Blaise Pascal

“Must we kill to prevent there being any wicked? This is to make both parties wicked instead of one.”

 

Blaise Pascal

“I used to be a wicked disco guy.”

 

Bill O’Reilly

“I’m as wicked as Hitler’s first born, cause of me, lot of old ladies purses gone.”

Big Pun

“The majority is wicked.”

Bias of Priene

“You are a wicked motorcar, and I shall not give you any more petrol until you go.”

 

Bertrand Russell

“When I found myself regarded as respectable, I began to wonder what sins I had committed. I must be very wicked, I thought. I began to engage in the most uncomfortable introspection.”

 

Bertrand Russell

“No nation was ever so virtuous as each believes itself, and none was ever so wicked as each believes the other.”

 

Bertrand Russell

“In the part of this universe that we know there is great injustice, and often the good suffer, and often the wicked prosper, and one hardly knows which of those is the more annoying.”

 

Bertrand Russell

“A wicked Hero will turn his back to an innocent coward.”

 

Benjamin Franklin

“A virtuous heretic shall be saved before a wicked Christian.”

 

Benjamin Franklin

“If Men are so wicked as we now see them with Religion what would they be if without it?”

 

Benjamin Franklin

“Did they look like anyone we know? For example… a cross between Pippi Longstocking and the Wicked Witch of the West would obviously give us Marcie Millar”

Becca Fitzpatrick

“Laws directed against opinions affect the generous-minded rather than the wicked, and are adapted less for coercing criminals than for irritating the upright.”

 

Baruch Spinoza