Ralph Wiggum Quotes

Sunday, April 17 by Mishka Bulldozer

You have to love these Ralph Wiggum quotes, even if you're not a fan of "The Simpsons." Easily one of the funniest characters on the show, Ralph Wiggum has some amazing quotes simply because he's so dim-witted. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll certainly love some of these amazing and memorable Ralph Wiggum quotes.

  1. "Me fail English? That's unpossible!" This is one of the better Ralph Wiggum quotes because it's so subtle yet so completely blatant. It shows his utter and blinding optimism but juxtaposes it with his inability to adapt to the real world, making it a complete character study in one simple line.
  2. "I cheated wrong. I copied the Lisa name but used the Ralph answers." There's no doubt that Ralph Wiggum is a horrible student, which is why this is one of the more heartwarming Ralph Wiggum quotes out there. Even when he tries to cheat, he fails so miserably, which makes him such a lovable character. He fails even when he tries to game the system.
  3. "My cat's breath smells like cat food." This simple Ralph Wiggum quote is one of the funniest ones for the fact that he states the truth so blatantly. Ralph Wiggum quotes are usually so funny because he says the most obvious information in a moronically-simple manner, and this is the pinnacle of that character trait.
  4. "That's where I saw the leprechaun. He told me to burn things." This is one of the more audacious Ralph Wiggum quotes because it implies that he hears voices in his head. The appearance of the creepy leprechaun near the end of the episode doesn't help matters, and says a lot more about him than ten seasons of the show ever did.
  5. "Grandma had hair like that when she went to sleep in her forever box." This is one of the more tragic Ralph Wiggum quotes because it shows his lack of comprehension over the matters of life and death. With his small, child-like mind, it only makes sense that he'd refer to a coffin as a "forever box," mixing the best and worst parts of a euphemism and a complete misunderstanding.
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