The outsiders quotes with page numbers

Don’t judge a book by its cover. – (Page 3)

Stay gold, Ponyboy. – (Page 148)

Nothing gold can stay. – (Page 78)

Stay out of trouble. – (Page 20)

You’re a leader. – (Page 45)

I never knew a tuff who carried books or liked to do stuff like write poems and read. – (Page 22)

It’s not fair for Johnny to have all the bad breaks, especially when he don’t deserve them. – (Page 36)

I was the only one who ever believed in his innocence. – (Page 94)

You’re not like the rest of us. – (Page 167)

We gotta stick together, though. We’ve had it hard enough without turning on each other. – (Page 57)

You don’t know what a few months in jail can do to you. – (Page 110)

I could smell English Leather lotion on him. – (Page 12)

Johnny didn’t have anything to do with killing that kid. He wouldn’t Johnny loved life that much. – (Page 86)

They grew up on the outside of society. They weren’t looking for a fight. They were looking for it to belong. – (Page 5)

If you can picture a little dark puppy that’s been kicked too many times and is lost in a crowd of strangers, you’ll have Johnny. – (Page 11)

I used to talk with him when he got drunk, which wasn’t often and usually sodas, not whisky. – (Page 29)

We see too much and feel too little. That’s a problem with us. – (Page 56)

Me? I always liked school. – (Page 8)

Just our luck, a flight of stairs. – (Page 94)

You always know the right thing to do. – (Page 76)

That’s why people don’t ever think to blame the Socs and are always ready to jump on us. – (Page 40)

It’s not just money. Part of it is, but not all. You greasers have a different set of values. You’re tougher. – (Page 100)

I’m not as wild as I used to be. – (Page 150)

It’s not easy for me to admit I’ve been wrong. – (Page 159)

I can see now that she didn’t ever love anyone except herself. – (Page 126)

I was scared if I got tough I’d turn into Dallas. – (Page 20)

Something special, a little different, on the outside: but that ain’t too bad. – (Page 34)

I was too good for this world. – (Page 52)

We gotta win that fight tonight. We gotta get even with the Socs. For Johnny. – (Page 123)

I killed him. I killed that boy. – (Page 56)

You sure don’t look like the walking dead. – (Page 90)

You still have a lot to learn about being a brother. – (Page 72)

It seemed funny to me that the sunset she saw from her patio and the one I saw from the back steps was the same one. Maybe the two worlds we lived in weren’t so different. – (Page 43)

Don’t you ever think about being a hero? – (Page 142)

You can’t win against us. – (Page 37)

People don’t ever think to blame the Socs. – (Page 82)

It’s not like we could ever forget. – (Page 67)

We gotta do something. We gotta beat the Socs. – (Page 89)

The only thing that keeps me from being a wild weed is Darry. – (Page 44)

He looked like he belonged in a Christmas pageant. – (Page 17)

Greasers will still be greasers and Socs will still be Socs. Sometimes I think it’s the ones in the middle that are really the lucky stiffs. – (Page 85)

Some of us are just born with a lot of faults and no special talents. – (Page 152)

You wanted to see if I could take it. – (Page 161)

It was worth it. It was worth saving those little kids. – (Page 172)

We’re gonna do it for Johnny, man. We’re gonna score those Socs if it’s the last thing we ever do. – (Page 65)

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