Lilo and Stitch Quotes That Make Us Want to Watch the Movie Again

There have always been movies discussing animal life form, more for the adults than children. However, there are few films that were specifically made for children that adults enjoy as well, especially ones with such innovative plotlines. Without giving away too much about the plot, this fan-favorite movie has managed to win the hearts of the mass and critics alike and remains one of Walt Disney’s best creations till date.

The story of the two orphaned sisters, Lilo and Nani who struggle to stay together face some pretty big obstacles with the entrance of social worker, Mr Cobra Bubbles. The elder sister, Nani must prove that she is more than capable of taking care of Lilo otherwise she might be put into foster care. Feeling lost after the death of her parents, Lilo wishes she come across an angel one night, someone that could be her best friend.

Her wish is granted, but not in the way you’d imagine. When the pipe sized monstrosity called Stitch who is too furry for his own good meets Lilo, the story gets emotional, heart-warming, and incredibly hilarious.

Join us as we run down our favorite Lilo and Stitch quotes to give everyone all the feels.

Quotes from Lilo

At the start of the movie, audience automatically start feeling bad for little Lilo who is living with her sister and can’t seem to have the normal life she always wished for. But as time goes on, it’s easy to realize how quick-witted and sassy the six-year-old truly is. The result? Some heart-wrenching, often thought-provoking, and other times plain hilarious dialogues that keep bringing us back to the movie.

“‘Ohana” means “family.” “Family” means “no one gets left behind.” But if you want to leave, you can. I’ll remember you though. I remember everyone that leaves.”

“I know; Stitch is the best. I wouldn’t trade him for anything or anybody.”

“A falling star… I call it! Get out, get out! I have to make a wish!”

“It’s me again. I need someone to be my friend. Someone who won’t run away. Maybe send me an angel! The nicest angel you have.”

“He was an orphan and we adopted him! What about O’hana?”

“Your knuckles say ‘Cobra.’”

“Our family’s little now, and we don’t have many toys. But if you want, you could be a part of it. You could be our baby, and we’d raise you to be good.”

“So why don’t you sell me and buy a rabbit instead?”

“I like you better as a sister than a mom.”

“And you like me better as a sister than a rabbit, right?”

“Hey! Three days ago, I bought Stitch at the shelter. I paid two dollars for him. See this stamp? I own him. If you take him, you’re stealing.”

“Leave me alone to diiieee…”

“You rotten sister, your butt is crushing me! Why do you act so weird?”

“Oh, no! Gravity is increasing on me!”

“We’re a broken family, aren’t we?”

“No more caffeine for you.”

“I’m adjusted. I eat four food groups and look both ways when crossing the street. And I take long naps… and get disciplined?”

“You know, you wreck everything you touch. Why not try and make something for a change?”

“My friends need to be punished.”

“It’s nice to live on an island with no large cities.”

“I’m sorry I bit you… and pulled your hair… and punched you in the face…”

“You’ll like it because it’s stinky like you!”

“It’s sandwich day. Every Thursday I take Pudge the fish a peanut butter sandwich.”

“It’s fish! If I gave Pudge tuna, I’d be an abomination! I’m late because I had to go to the store, to get peanut butter, because all we have is, is stinking tuna!”


“Hello? Hello?! Are there any “aminals” in here?”

“You’re loose in the house all the time, and I sleep just fine!”

“This is you, and this is your badness level. It’s unusually high for someone your size.”

“Don’t leave me, okay?”

“Yeah, she disciplines me real good. Sometimes five times a day. With bricks.”

“Elvis Presley was a model citizen. I’ve compiled a list of his traits for you to practice. Number one… is dancing!”

“Stitch is troubled. He needs desserts.”

“I was late because I had to feed my pet fish a peanut butter sandwich.”

Quotes from the Others

You’d think the eccentric duo of a three feet tall blue alien “angel” and his six-year-old companion would be the only stars of this movie? Wrong! Whether it be the headstrong sister Nani, thoughtful mad scientist Jumba, the clumsy one-eyed Pleakley, or the intimidating social worker whose names don’t really match, the cast is filled with memorable characters and even more memorable quotes.

“He’s not an angel, Lilo. I don’t even think he’s a dog. We just have to take him back.” — Nani

“My name, Stitch.” – Stitch

“Nobody gets left behind.” — Stitch

Stitch, for one. He’s a royal pain, but he’s loyal, and he’d never ever do anything that would hurt you. That’s a true friend.” — Nani

“You are so finished when I get in there! I’m gonna stuff you in the blender, push “puree,” then bake you into a pie and feed it to the social worker! And when he says, “Mmmm, this is great, what’s your secret?” I’m gonna say “Love and nurturing”.” — Nani

“Let me illuminate you on the precarious situation you’ve found yourself in. I am the one they call when things go wrong, and things have indeed gone wrong.” — Mr. Cobra Bubbles

“Thus far, you have been adrift in the sheltered harbor of my patience.” — Mr. Cobra Bubbles

“No! You can’t take her! I’m the only one who understands her! If you take her away, she won’t stand a chance!” — Nani

Lilo, if they only liked you because you had a cute pet, then who needs them? You have to trust your real friends.” — Nani

“This is my family. I found it all on my own. It’s little and broken, but still good. Yeah, still good.” — Stitch

“Blue punch buggy! No punch-back!” – Stitch

“626 was designed to be a monster, but now, there is nothing to destroy. You see, I never gave him a higher purpose. What must it be like to have nothing, not even memories to visit in the middle of the night?” — Jumba

“You were built to destroy; you can never belong. Now come quietly, and we will take you apart.” — Jumba

“Starving yourself won’t bring him back, Lilo.” — Nani

“Experiment 6-2-6, you have given no indication that you are anything but dangerous, but I can give you this one chance. Show us that there is something inside you that is good.” — Grand Councilman

“Stitch not bad. Stitch fluffy!” – Stitch

“Created something? Hah! But that would be irresponsible! And unethical! I would never, ever… make more than one.” – Jumba

“Lilo! There you are, honey face! This is Mr…Bubbles.” – Nani

“Okay, that’s enough sugar for you! Why don’t you run along now, you little cutie. The other social workers just thought she was a scream. Thirsty?” – Nani 

“I’ll put you back together again, I’ll make you taller… and not so fluffy!” – Jumba 

“I think it might be a koala… an *evil* koala. I can’t even pet it! It keeps *staring* at me, like it’s gonna eat me!” – Nani

“Oh, we can’t do that. Uh-uh. That would be misuse of galactic resources.” – Pleakley

“Monstrosity? What you see before you is the first of a new species. I call it Experiment 626. He is fire-proof, bullet-proof, and can think faster than super computer. He can see in the dark, and move objects three thousand times his size. His only instinct… to destroy everything he touches!” – Jumba

“Don’t run. Don’t make me shoot you; you were expensive.” – Jumba

“So, tell me, my little one-eyed one – on what poor, pitiful, defenseless planet has my monstrosity been unleashed?” – Jumba

“Aliens are all about rules.” – Cobra Bubbles

“Hold it! Hold everything! Earth is a protected wildlife reserve. Yeah, we were using it build the mosquito population, which, need I remind you, is an endangered species!” – Wendy Pleakley

Ending Thoughts

We all wish we could find friendships like the one Lilo and Stitch has. The duo became so popular that they even had their own spin-off series and sequel. What’s not to love? Amazing characters, intriguing story line, and some well-written script!

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