quote by Bill Griffith

Looking back Little Lulu was an early feminist, but at the time I just thought she was a really feisty developed comic strip character.

— Bill Griffith

Jaw-dropping Lulu quotations

No manufacturer, from General Motors to the Little Lulu Novelty Company, would think of putting a product on the market without benefit of a designer.

I realize it’s not just Willem I’m looking for; it’s Lulu too.

No one knew me until I met my wife Lulu.

Lulu's mother used to ask, Which one is Maurice? For six months she thought Lulu was dating Barry.

But I read comic books. I read things like Richie Rich and Little Lulu.

By that point, it’ll have been more than year since I met Lulu.

Any sane person would say it’s too late. It already felt too late that first day, when I woke up in the hospital. But even so, I’ve kept looking. I’m still looking.

Because for that day, I really did become Lulu.

Maybe not from the film or the real Louise Brooks, but my own idea of what Lulu represented. Freedom. Daring. Adventure. Saying yes.

And this is the truth. Because I may be only eighteen, but it already seems pretty obvious that the world is divided into two groups: the doers and the watchers. The people things happen to and the rest of us, who just sort of plod on with things. The Lulus and the Allysons. It never occurred to me that by pretending to be Lulu, I might slip into that other column, even for just a day.

Because that day with Willem, I may have pretended to be someone named Lulu, but I had never been more honest in my life. Maybe that's the thing with liberation. It comes at a price.

There was Layla in the fullness of her lips, Lulu in the thick waves of her hair, Lu Xin in the intensity of her hazel eyes, Lucia in their twinkle. She was not alone. Maybe she never would be alone again. There, in the mirror, was every incarnation of Lucinda staring back at her and wondering, "What is to become of us? What about our history, and our love?

You agreee with me that the situation is a lulu? Certainly, a somewhat sharp crisis in your affairs would appear to have been precipitated, Sir.