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thefollower17:

Granny’s implicit belief that everything should get out of her way extended to other witches, very tall trees and, on occasion, mountains

Terry Pratchett, Wyrd Sisters

say-no-to-negativity:

say-no-to-negativity:

“I’m a wizard!  I have rights!”

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femvimes:

I still can’t fathom the fact that for a good decade there, Terry Pratchett would come out with TWO Discworld books a year. He would sometimes write even more than that because Good Omens, the Johnny Maxwell trilogy, and the Nomes trilogy all came out within the same 6 years or so. Like…George RR Martin could NEVER.

Even some of my favorite and most-respected romance writers don’t have an output that big.

We are so incredibly lucky that he wrote as much as he did in the ultimately short amount of time he had. The work ethic he must have had, the quality of the books…absolutely legendary.

Truth. 

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shelovestoread:

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A Magrat aesthetic, simply because I can.

‘I had, er, hoped to see Mrs Weatherwax.’ Fo…

‘I had, er, hoped to see Mrs Weatherwax.’

For a moment the only sound was the chattering of the ravens.

‘Hoped?’ said Agnes.

‘Mrs Weatherwax?’ said Nanny.

‘Er, yes. It is part of my … I’m supposed to … one of the things we … Well, I heard she might be ill, and visiting the elderly and infirm is part, er, of our pastoral duties … Of course I realize that technically I have no pastoral duties, but still, while I’m here …’

Nanny’s face was a picture, possibly one painted by an artist with a very strange sense of humour.

‘I’m really sorry she ain’t here,’ she said, and Agnes knew she was being altogether honest and absolutely nasty.

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say-no-to-negativity:

And now a HUGE shout out to a random friend of my sister who decided out of the blue to donate like half of discwoRLD TO THE LIBRARY OF ME U GUYS CANT POSSIBLY UNDERSTAND HOW HAPPY THIS MAKES ME IM LITERALLY DYING!!!!!!@!!!

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rrrokamoka:

one of these days i’ll stop posting discworld quotes

but this is not that day, not that book 😀

#aboutme :“D

He made, with terrible glee, the traditional g…

He made, with terrible glee, the traditional gesture for the dismissal of demons. Seven thousand terracotta middle fingers stabbed towards the ceiling.

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tyrellia:

“Admittedly we do err… but given where we started from, which was crawling up some beach somewhere… we actually haven’t done that badly. And I would much rather be a rising ape than a falling angel.“

Terry Pratchett