Charlie Brown is the main protagonist of the comic strip Peanuts, which is syndicated to several nations’ daily and Sunday newspapers. Peanuts may be found in a variety of countries throughout the world.
Charlie Brown, who is portrayed in the comic strip as a “lovable loser,” is one of the classic American stereotypes as well as a famous and well-known cartoon character.
Charlie Brown is shown as a person who endures adversity on a regular basis and, as a consequence, is often anxious and devoid of self-confidence. He exhibits both gloomy and optimistic views:
on some days, he is afraid to even walk outside for fear that the rest of his day will be ruined, while on other days, he hopes for the best and tries as much as he can to get things done. He expresses both of these attitudes in his behaviour.
His signature zigzag-patterned clothing makes him immediately recognizable to anybody.
What does Charlie Brown Always Say?
There are a lot of notable catchphrases and quotes that Charlie Brown has, and some of them are as follows:
- “Good grief!”
- “I can’t stand it! I just can’t stand it!”
- “Why can’t I have a normal/ordinary dog like everyone else?”
- “I got a rock”.
- (To Patty, about security and Linus’ blanket): “Sure, but most people find security in only one or two places…here we have something infinitely greater…portable security!”
- (To Violet, about why she cannot like him because he is “not perfect”): “But I’m pretty perfect…”
- To himself, about Patty and Violet’s gossiping): “I’ll bet those girls are talking about me; I wonder what they’re saying about me…gee…I was feeling so good too…now I’m all depressed…why does someone always have to spoil my day?!”
- (To Patty, about the definition of “beautiful” color): “‘Beautiful’ is only a relative term…as a matter of fact, so is ‘blue’… colour, you know is beautiful only when it is good color…of course, then you come up with the question, ‘just what is good colour?'”