Category: discworld

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“You can tell he’s a wizard, because he’s got a pointy hat with a floppy brim. It’s got the word “Wizzard” embroidered on it in big silver letters, by someone whose needlework is even worse than their spelling.”

– Terry Pratchett – Sourcery

a-studying-cactus: “The pen is mightier then …

a-studying-cactus:

“The pen is mightier then the sword, if the sword is very short, and the pen is very sharp.”   ~Terry Pratchett

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“I’m not going to ride on a magic carpet!” he hissed. “I’m afraid of grounds!”

“You mean heights,” said Conina. “And stop being silly.”

“I know what I mean! It’s the grounds that kill you!””

– Terry Pratchett – Sourcery

sator-the-wanderess: DEATH anger and familiar …

sator-the-wanderess:

DEATH anger and familiar love – After/Before

(”Mort”, I Book/”Soul Music”, III Book)

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“Down these mean streets a man must walk, he thought. And along some of them he will break into a run.”

– Terry Pratchett – Sourcery

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“The Luggage was also extremely protective of its owner. It would be hard to describe its attitude to the rest of creation, but one could start with the phrase “bloody-minded malevolence” and work up from there.”

– Terry Pratchett – Sourcery

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“There are people who can’t quite believe that children are fully human, and think that the operation of normal good manners doesn’t apply to them.”

Terry Pratchett – Sourcery

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“The astro-philosophers of Krull once succeeded in proving conclusively that all places are one place and that the distance between them is an illusion, and this news was an embarrassment to all thinking philosophers because it did not explain, among other things, signposts. After years of wrangling the whole thing was then turned over to Ly Tin Wheedle, arguably the Disc’s greatest philosopher who after some thought proclaimed that although it was indeed true that all places were one place, that place was very large.”

– Terry Pratchett – Sourcery

What is it?” hissed Conina. “It’s just the Lu…

What is it?” hissed Conina.
“It’s just the Luggage,” said Rincewind wearily.
“Does it belong to you?”
“Not really. Sort of.”
“Is it dangerous?”
The Luggage shuffled around to stare at her again. “There’s two schools of thought about that,” said Rincewind. “There’s some people who say it’s dangerous, and others who say it’s very dangerous"

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