90 Olaf Quotes From the Most Popular Snowman

2. “Some people are worth melting for.” – Olaf
3. “Love is putting someone else’s needs before yours.” – Olaf
4. “An act of will thaw a frozen heart.” – Olaf
5. “Hands down, this is the best day of my life. And quite possibly the last.” – Olaf
6. “So, I’m made of snow, and I’m walking on snow. That’s kind of weird.” – Olaf
7. “Hey, we were just talking about you! All good things, all good things.” – Olaf
8. “I’m not leaving here until we find some other act of true love to save you! Do you happen to have any ideas?” – Olaf
9. “I love happy endings.” – Olaf
10. “I just thought of one thing that’s permanent. Love.” – Olaf
11. “Change mocks us with her beauty.” – Olaf
12. “You said some things never change, but since then, everything has done nothing but change.” – Olaf
13. “Because when you’re older, absolutely everything makes sense.” – Olaf
14. “I still don’t know what transformation is, but I feel like this forest has changed us all.” – Olaf
15. “We call this making the best out of what we can control!” – Olaf
16. “Come on, it’ll be fun. Unless we get stuck here, you starve and I give up.” – Olaf
17. “How do you guys cope with the ever-increasing complexity of thought that comes with maturity?” – Olaf
18. “I guess I was wrong. I guess Kristoff doesn’t love you enough to leave you behind.” – Olaf
19. “Because I love you, Anna, I insist you run.” – Olaf
20. “Whoa, you really don’t know anything about love, do you?” – Olaf
21. “I understand, you’re love experts.” – Olaf
22. “Like, you know, how Kristoff brought you back here to Hans and left you forever.” – Olaf
23. “Let’s go kiss Hans! Who is this Hans?” – Olaf
24. “This just got a lot more complicated.” – Olaf
25. “I’m just living the dream, Anna. Oh, how I’d wish this could last forever.” – Olaf
26. “How I wish it would stay this way forever.” – Olaf
27. “Oh, I don’t know why, but I’ve always loved the idea of summer, and sun, and all things hot!” – Olaf
28. “Y’know, how about a little color? I’m thinking maybe some crimson; chartreuse. How about yellow? No, not yellow. Yellow and snow?” – Olaf
29. “Yeah, it really is beautiful, isn’t it? But it’s so white.” – Olaf
30. “Winter’s a good time to stay in and cuddle but put me in summer and I’ll be a—happy snowman!” – Olaf
31. “Whoa, so this is heat. I love it! Ow, but don’t touch it!” – Olaf
32. “When I finally do what frozen things do in summer!” – Olaf
33. “People blink four million times a day.” – Olaf
34. “Well, that was unanimous—but I will look it up when we get home.” – Olaf
35. “My theory about advancing technology is both our savior and our doom.” – Olaf
36. “Oh, the giants—they’re huge!” – Olaf
37. “Men are six times more likely to be struck by lightning than women.” – Olaf
38. “That’s very clever. Although it makes me wonder why they just didn’t make the whole ship waterproof.” – Olaf
39. “Bright side? Turtles can breathe through their butts.” – Olaf
40. “Did you know that an enchanted forest is a place of transformation?” – Olaf
41. “Wombats poop in squares.” – Olaf
42. “Yeah, you built me! Remember that?” – Olaf
43. “Tell me, you’re older, and thus all-knowing, do you ever worry about the notion that nothing is permanent?” – Olaf
44. “It’s an anagram for naked Norwegians. And I can’t even read.” – Olaf
45. “I kind of look like a Fernando—or a Trevor.” – Olaf
46. “What am I looking at here? Why are you hanging from the earth by your feet like a bat?” – Olaf
47. “Forgive me. Maturity is making me poetic.” – Olaf
48. “Hey Anna! Sven! Where’d you guys go? We totally lost Marshmallow back there!” – Olaf
49. “Oh, look at that. I’ve been impaled.” – Olaf
50. “Knock. Just knock. Why isn’t she knocking? Do you think she knows how to knock?” – Olaf
51. “Sorry, I just found clothes restricting.” – Olaf
52. “Look, the sky’s awake.” – Olaf
53. “Sven promised to read me a bedtime story.” – Olaf
54. “Did you know gorillas burp when they’re happy?” – Olaf
55. “Watch out for my butt!” – Olaf
56. “And who’s the reindeer?” – Olaf
57. “I can’t feel my legs.” – Olaf
58. “I’ll distract them while you run.” – Olaf
59. “Hi, Sven’s family! Nice to meet you!” – Olaf
60. “Stop it, Sven. Try and focus here.” – Olaf
61. “And who’s the funky looking donkey over there?” – Olaf
62. “Oh! They’re—oh. Okay! Makes things easier for me.” – Olaf
63. “Who knows the ways of men.” – Olaf
64. “Anna? Elsa? Sven? Samantha?” – Olaf
65. “I bet you’re wondering who we are and why we’re here. It’s really quite simple. It began with two sisters. One born with magical powers, and one born powerless, with her love of snowmen, infinite.” – Olaf
66. “I will have all the answers when I am older, like why we are in this dark, enchanted wood. I know in a couple years, these will seem like childish fears, and so I know it isn’t bad, it’s good.” – Olaf
67. “And Anna freezes to death. Forever.” – Olaf
68. “I bet she’s the nicest, gentlest, warmest person ever.” – Olaf
69. “I—I don’t even know a Samantha!” – Olaf
70. “Really? Wow, I can’t wait until I’ve aged just like you, so I don’t have to worry about important things.” – Olaf
71. “Quick question. Is this whole, ‘putting us in mortal danger’ going to be a regular thing?” – Olaf
72. “Oh, I love it. It’s so cute. It’s like a little baby unicorn.” – Olaf
73. “Did you know that water has memory?” – Olaf
74. “I don’t have a skull—or bones.” – Olaf
75. “Don’t chew that, you don’t know what I stepped in.” – Olaf
76. “You do the best voices! Like when you pretend to be Kristoff.” – Olaf
77. “So, where’s Hans? What happened to your kiss?” – Olaf
78. “I like to consider myself a love expert.” – Olaf
79. “Hey do me a favor, grab my butt!” – Olaf
80. “But, we ran all the way here.” – Olaf
81. “You hesitated.” – Olaf
82. “Ah, that feels better.” – Olaf
83. “Why aren’t you running?” – Olaf
84. “Glide and pivot. And glide and pivot.” – Olaf
85. “Just maybe not right this second.” – Olaf
86. “I’m guessing you don’t have much experience with heat.” – Kristoff
87. “Did you know sleeping quietly on long journeys prevents insanity?” – Kristoff
88. “Enjoying your new permafrost, Olaf?” – Anna
89. “I could really use a bright side, Olaf.” – Anna