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5+ quotes from Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja by Masashi Kishimoto

Quotes from Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja

Masashi Kishimoto ·  187 pages

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“A smile is the best way to get away with trouble even if it’s a fake one.”
― Masashi Kishimoto, quote from Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja


“I call this one the Ninja Center-fold! ~ Naruto”
― Masashi Kishimoto, quote from Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja


“Hidan: Hey, look at that, it's my headband! You went to the trouble of picking it up and keeping for me? I'm touched. You're a pretty nice guy, Kakuzu, you knwo that?
Kakuzu: Shut up. Let's go.
Hidan: Let me put it on at least! Okay, I'm coming. Admit it, you like me a little, doncha?
Kakuzu: Either you shut up, or I'll kill you.
Hidan: Haha, you're embarrassed! I understand.”
― Masashi Kishimoto, quote from Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja


“So if someone is thinking about me, then that's the place I go ?”
― Masashi Kishimoto, quote from Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja


“I was raised on ramen and hard work!”
― Masashi Kishimoto, quote from Naruto, Vol. 01: The Tests of the Ninja


About the author

Masashi Kishimoto
Born place: in Nagi, Okayama, Japan
Born date November 8, 1974
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