25 Great Tinkerbell Sayings

Tinkerbell is a beloved fictional character that first appeared in the 1904 play Peter Pan. Later novelized in 1911, Tinkerbell has appeared in many of her own self named movies and books. Beloved for generations by people of all ages, Tinkerbell is a fairy that hails from Pixie Hollow in Neverland. Here is a collection to some of the best Tinkerbell sayings ever recited.

A faerie heart is different from a human heart. Human hearts are elastic. They have room for all sorts of passions, and they can break and heal and love again and again.

All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust.

All you need is faith trust and a little bit of pixie dust.

Children know such a lot now. Soon they don’t believe. And every time a child says ‘I don’t believe in fairies’, there’s a fairy someplace that falls down dead.

Don’t you understand, Tink? You mean more to me than anything in this whole world!

Fairies have to be one thing or the other, because being so small they unfortunately have room for one feeling only at a time.

Guess what? I’ve decided, I’m not gonna be a tinker fairy anymore.

I wouldn’t be surprised if that is the way things go after all – that all things end happy.

If less is more, there’s no end to me, Peter Pan.

In the immortal children’s Christmas pantomime Peter Pan, there comes a climactic moment when the little angel Tinkerbell seems to be dying.

It is frightfully difficult to know much about the fairies, and almost the only thing for certain is that there are fairies wherever there are children.

It was like this sometimes, and I felt I should look away, but I couldn’t. I wanted to be there, having my face touched, defeating a heart like Peter’s, but the next best thing was seeing it for Tiger Lily.

Laughter is timeless. Imagination has no age. Dreams are forever.

She says she glories in being abandoned.

The glowing light that represents her on the stage begins to dim, and there is only one possible way to save the dire situation.

Their meal was illuminated by torches, which Gwen found were utterly without fire. What the children called torches were really just small platforms on tall, wooden poles.

There oughta be a fairy for every girl and boy.

They are, however, allowed to change, only it must be a complete change.

Tink was not all bad: or, rather, she was all bad just now, but, on the other hand, sometimes she was all good. Fairies have to be one thing or the other, because being so small they unfortunately have room for one feeling only at a time.

To Tinkerbell who is fighting off the pirates: Are you related to Mighty Mouse?

Well, I was thinking. Why do I have to be a tinker? Just because some silly hammer glowed? I mean, whose to say it wasn’t just some big mistake? Maybe I can just switch my talent!

When the first baby laughed for the first time, its laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies.

You all do things that are beautiful and magical and… and important. But me… there’s gotta be more to my life than just pots and kettles. All I’m asking you is that you give me a chance.

You know that place between sleep and awake? That place where you still remember dreaming? That’s where I’ll always love you… Peter Pan. That’s where I’ll be waiting.

You may think my jealousy would have been enormous during those days after Peter gave Tiger Lily the smallest kiss on the neck.

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