29+ Best Piglet Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Piglet is a fictional character from A. A. Milne’s Winnie‑the‑Pooh books. Piglet is Winnie‑the‑Pooh’s closest friend amongst all the toys and animals featured in the stories. Although he is a “Very Small Animal” of a generally timid disposition, he tries to be brave and on occasion conquers his fears. Profoundly inspirational Piglet quotes will brighten up your day and make you feel ready to take on anything.

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Famous Piglet Quotes

Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude. — A. A. Milne

The things that make me different are the things that make me. — Piglet

“Oh, Eeyore, you are wet!” said Piglet, feeling him. Eeyore shook himself, and asked somebody to explain to Piglet what happened when you had been inside a river for quite a long time.

“We’ll be friends forever, won’t we, Pooh?” asked Piglet. “Even longer,” Pooh answered.

Piglet: “How do you spell ‘love’?” Winnie the Pooh: “You don’t spell it…you feel it.”— A. A. Milne

“I think,” said Piglet, when he had licked the tip of his nose too, and found that it brought very little comfort, “I think that I have just remembered something. I have just remembered something that I forgot to do yesterday and shan’t be able to do tomorrow. So I suppose I really ought to go back and do it now.”

Piglet said that the best place would be somewhere where a Heffalump was, just before he fell into it, only about a foot further on.

“And I know it seems easy,” said Piglet to himself, “but it isn’t everyone who could do it.”

I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today? — Piglet

It’s so much more friendly with two. — Piglet

Christopher Robin … just said it had an x.’ ‘It isn’t their necks I mind,’ said Piglet earnestly. ‘It’s their teeth. — A. A. Milne

“What?” said Piglet, with a jump. And then, to show that he hadn’t been frightened, he jumped up and down once or twice more in an exercising sort of way.

‘I don’t feel very much like Pooh today,’ said Pooh. ‘There, there,’ said Piglet. ‘I’ll bring you tea and honey until you do.’ — A. A. Milne

Supposing a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?’ ‘Supposing it didn’t,’ said Pooh after careful thought. Piglet was comforted by this. — A. A. Milne

When you wake up in the morning, Pooh,” said Piglet at last, “what’s the first thing you say to yourself?” “What’s for breakfast?” said Pooh. “What do you say, Piglet?” “I say, I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today?” said Piglet. Pooh nodded thoughtfully. “It’s the same thing,” he said.

Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind. “Pooh?” he whispered. “Yes, Piglet?” “Nothing,” said Piglet, taking Pooh’s hand. “I just wanted to be sure of you.

Piglet was so excited at the idea of being Useful that he forgot to be frightened any more, and when Rabbit went on to say that Kangas were only Fierce during the winter months, being at other times of an Affectionate Disposition, he could hardly sit still, he was so eager to begin being useful at once. — A. A. Milne

What day is it? It’s today, squeaked Piglet. My favorite day, said Pooh. — A. A. Milne

If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together… there is something you must always remember. You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. But the most important thing is, even if we’re apart… I’ll always be with you. — A. A. Milne

One of the advantages of being disorganized is the joy of discovery. — A. A. Milne

What I like doing best is Nothing. — A. A. Milne

While Eeyore frets … … and Piglet hesitates … and Rabbit calculates … and Owl pontificates …Pooh just is. — Benjamin Hoff

Piglet opened the letter box and climbed in. Then, having untied himself, he began to squeeze into the slit, through which in the old days when front doors were front doors, many an unexpected letter than WOL had written to himself, had come slipping. — A. A. Milne

It is hard to be brave, when you’re only a Very Small Animal.

But Piglet is so small that he slips into a pocket, where it is very comfortable to feel him when you are not quite sure whether twice seven is twelve or twenty-two. — A. A. Milne

The more he looked inside the more Piglet wasn’t there. — A. A. Milne

I wonder what Piglet is doing, thought Pooh. I wish I were there to be doing it, too. — A. A. Milne

Where did you say it was?’ asked Pooh. Just here,’ said Eeyore. Made of sticks?’ Yes’ Oh!’ said Piglet. What?’ said Eeyore. I just said Oh!’ said Piglet nervously. And so as to seem quite at ease he hummed Tiddely-pom once or twice in a what-shall-we-do-now kind of way. — A. A. Milne

“Rabbit’s clever,” said Pooh thoughtfully. “Yes,” said Piglet, “Rabbit’s clever.” “And he has Brain.” “Yes,” said Piglet, “Rabbit has Brain.” There was a long silence. “I suppose,” said Pooh, “that that’s why he never understands anything.” — Benjamin Hoff

Turn around, Piglet. Step lightly, Pooh. This silly ol’ dance is perfect for two.

That’s right. You’ll like Owl. He flew past a day or two ago and noticed me. He didn’t actually say anything, mind you, but he knew it was me. Very friendly of him. Encouraging.” Pooh and Piglet shuffled about a little and said, “Well, good-bye, Eeyore” as lingeringly as they could, but they had a long way to go, and wanted to be getting on. “Good-bye,” said Eeyore. “Mind you don’t get blown away, little Piglet. You’d be missed. People would say `Where’s little Piglet been blown to?’ — really wanting to know. Well, good-bye. And thank you for happening to pass me.