Pete Davidson Quotes



Best 29 Quotes by Pete Davidson

“I always wanted my stand-up to feel like not just a show, but like you’re hanging out with someone for an hour. I like to just talk.”

“I bombed so much as a standup that messing up doesn’t matter to me anymore. I kind of enjoy bombing sometimes – I try and make everybody hate me more. Like, once I know it’s not going well, I can just have fun.”

“I don’t let a lot of people know about my dad dying on 9/11. It’s not a way to introduce yourself. So I never told anybody, and then I would do jokes about it and I think people thought I was lying about it. Which would be crazy!”

“I don’t like going out. I’m more of a watch TV, hang out, Netflix kind of guy. I don’t like leaving; I don’t like talking to people. It gives me anxiety.”

“I feel like every time I tweet, I lose money.”

“I get nervous all the time. The only time I’m not nervous is onstage, which is weird.”

“I got in trouble last year because I was making some jokes.”

“I have no idea how to do sketches, believe it or not.”

“I have to do stand-up. I have to do something comedy-involved every day or else I will lose my mind. I already am, but I would go more nuts.”

“I just really want to do stand-up and act in stuff that I like. And do stuff that makes me really happy.”

“I really wish that I was, like, strong enough to not go online.”

“I started doing stand-up when I was 16, my junior year in high school. My two friends and I would sit at home watching stand-up. They kept saying I should try it, and so I did.”

“I think when you first get in a relationship and you’re on television, you don’t realize that when you post a photo of you and your girlfriend, you’re pretty much announcing to the world your relationship.”

“I was the class clown in high school, but I always took it too far, so nobody liked me. I was annoying. Like, I would get a laugh and then keep going and keep going.”

“I’m going on a little ‘vacation,’ the kind of vacation where insurance pays for some of it, and they take your phone and shoelaces. And you have roommates, but it still costs like $100,000.”

“I’m great. As you know I’ve had a really crazy month, and I want to talk about something that matters a lot to me, ok, mental health?”

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“I’m not making fun of it because I want to make fun of it. I’m making fun of it so I feel better. I don’t want people to think any time there’s a tragedy that I’m going to make a joke about it. It’s only funny to me because it’s personal to me. And that was always the goal. It wasn’t to be this insult person.”

“I’m not the first person to say this, but communication at ‘SNL’ – I don’t want to say it’s not good, but unless you ask questions, you will not know what’s going on.”

“I’m the most awkward person in the world, but on stage, I’m completely fine. I could run around in a thong and not care.”

“I’ve made a lot of questionable choices, and a couple of them need removing, it takes like a month for it to heal. But like it’s pretty much off this hand.”

“It’s not good to be lit all the time and have no clear-headed thoughts.”

“My jokes have definitely changed. ‘SNL’ has helped with that, because when you’re on ‘SNL,’ you have to kind of pay attention to the news. I feel like my material has gotten smarter now.”

“People love to tear you off your pedestal, just ’cause you’re really rich or you’re the best at tennis or you go to a charity event with 200 kids even though you’re dripping with COVID.”

“SNL has changed my career because it gave it a platform to be seen. And I really feel like the Weekend Update desk is where I am given the opportunity to shine on that show.”

“The last few years have been real rough with me, I took all these mental health classes and really spent a lot of time getting me good.”

“There are people for everybody, and luckily, I found mine.”

“There have been a couple of times when kids that weren’t nice to me in high school are like, ‘Hey, man!’ And I’m just like, ‘Yeah. Thank you very much.’”

“Things that I feel really sad about, I talk about. That way, if it’s funny, it doesn’t hurt anymore.”

“Well, I don’t really have Instagram — I don’t have Instagram or Twitter or any of that stuff. So, most of my daily life is getting into cars and showing up to a set, or, if I’m off, I just either hang with my friends or chill with my girlfriend inside. So I don’t do much.”

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