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quote by Terry Pratchett: It's not lying when you do it to officers! with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

It's not lying when you do it to officers!

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: You've got a lot of time for abstract thought when you've got your hand stuck up a dead badger. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You've got a lot of time for abstract thought when you've got your hand stuck up a dead badger.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Child. That was a terrible thing to say to anyone who was almost thirteen. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Child. That was a terrible thing to say to anyone who was almost thirteen.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: I mistrust the term graphic novel because it sounds like a good thing to put on a tee-shirt. That's why the French like them. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

I mistrust the term graphic novel because it sounds like a good thing to put on a tee-shirt. That's why the French like them.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: The people who really run organizations are usually found several levels down, where it is still possible to get things done. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

The people who really run organizations are usually found several levels down, where it is still possible to get things done.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: It's always surprising to be reminded that while you're watching and thinking about people, all knowing and superior, they're watching and thinking about you, right back at you. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

It's always surprising to be reminded that while you're watching and thinking about people, all knowing and superior, they're watching and thinking about you, right back at you.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Then there is the dress. It has been owned by many sisters as well and has been taken up, taken out, taken down, and taken in by her mother so many times that it really ought to have been taken away. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Then there is the dress. It has been owned by many sisters as well and has been taken up, taken out, taken down, and taken in by her mother so many times that it really ought to have been taken away.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Or there will be a reckoning! with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Or there will be a reckoning!

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: That's Third Thoughts for you. When a huge rock is going to land on your head, they're the thoughts that think: Is that an igneous rock, such as granite, or is it sandstone? with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

That's Third Thoughts for you. When a huge rock is going to land on your head, they're the thoughts that think: Is that an igneous rock, such as granite, or is it sandstone?

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: I should have learned this, she thought. I wanted to learn fire, and pain, but I should have learned people. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

I should have learned this, she thought. I wanted to learn fire, and pain, but I should have learned people.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: Ninety percent of true love is acute, ear-burning embarrassment. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Ninety percent of true love is acute, ear-burning embarrassment.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: They looked at one another in incomprehension, two minds driving opposite ways up a narrow street and waiting for the other man to reverse first. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

They looked at one another in incomprehension, two minds driving opposite ways up a narrow street and waiting for the other man to reverse first.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Mr Lipwig, there's a lady in the hall to see you and we've thanked her for not smoking three times and she's still doing it! with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Mr Lipwig, there's a lady in the hall to see you and we've thanked her for not smoking three times and she's still doing it!

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: The only really sane person in there is Igor, and possibly the turnip. And I'm not sure about the turnip. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

The only really sane person in there is Igor, and possibly the turnip. And I'm not sure about the turnip.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: You were the kind of kid who couldn't see the difference between throwing rocks at a cat and setting it on fire. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You were the kind of kid who couldn't see the difference between throwing rocks at a cat and setting it on fire.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Racism was not a problem on the Discworld, because -- what with trolls and dwarfs and so on -- speciesism was more interesting. Black and white lived in perfect harmony and ganged up on green. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Racism was not a problem on the Discworld, because -- what with trolls and dwarfs and so on -- speciesism was more interesting. Black and white lived in perfect harmony and ganged up on green.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: I became a journalist at 17. A few hours later, I saw my first dead body, which was somewhat... colourful. That's when I learned you can go on throwing up after you run out of things to throw up. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

I became a journalist at 17. A few hours later, I saw my first dead body, which was somewhat... colourful. That's when I learned you can go on throwing up after you run out of things to throw up.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: He helped the Librarian up. There was a red glow in the ape's eyes. It had tried to steal his books. This was probably the best proof any wizard could require that the trolleys were brainless. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

He helped the Librarian up. There was a red glow in the ape's eyes. It had tried to steal his books. This was probably the best proof any wizard could require that the trolleys were brainless.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: And all those exclamation marks, you notice? Five? A sure sign of someone who wears his underpants on his head. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

And all those exclamation marks, you notice? Five? A sure sign of someone who wears his underpants on his head.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: You are very clever, said the old man shyly. I would like to eat your brains, one day. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You are very clever, said the old man shyly. I would like to eat your brains, one day.

--Terry Pratchett

Longer Version:

You are very clever,' said the old man shyly. 'I would like to eat your brains, one day,' For some reason the books of etiquette that Daphne's grandmother had forced on her didn't quite deal with this. Of course, silly people would say to babies, 'You're so sweet I could gobble you all up!', but that sort of nonsense seemed less funny when it was said by a man in war paint who owned more than one skull. Daphne, cursed with good manners, settled for, 'It's very kind of you to say so.


quote by Terry Pratchett: Although she was aware that somewhere under her complicated strata of vests and petticoats there was some skin, that didn't mean to say she approved of it. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Although she was aware that somewhere under her complicated strata of vests and petticoats there was some skin, that didn't mean to say she approved of it.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Biers was where the undead drank. And when Igor the barman was asked for a Bloody Mary, he didn't mix a metaphor. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Biers was where the undead drank. And when Igor the barman was asked for a Bloody Mary, he didn't mix a metaphor.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: One of my predecessors used to have people torn to death by wild tortoises. It was not a quick death. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

One of my predecessors used to have people torn to death by wild tortoises. It was not a quick death.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: We can't just drop everything, sir!
Mister Lipwig. Is there something in the word 'tyrant' you do not understand? with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

We can't just drop everything, sir!
Mister Lipwig. Is there something in the word 'tyrant' you do not understand?

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: If I were you, I'd sue my face for slander. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

If I were you, I'd sue my face for slander.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: You had to hand it to the Patrician, he admitted grudgingly. If you didn't, he sent men to come and take it away. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You had to hand it to the Patrician, he admitted grudgingly. If you didn't, he sent men to come and take it away.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: 'Peace?' said Vetinari. 'Ah, yes, defined as period of time to allow for preparation for the next war.' with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

'Peace?' said Vetinari. 'Ah, yes, defined as period of time to allow for preparation for the next war.'

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: Never build a dungeon you wouldn't be happy to spend the night in yourself. The world would be a happier place if more people remembered that. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Never build a dungeon you wouldn't be happy to spend the night in yourself. The world would be a happier place if more people remembered that.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Ankh-Morpork had dallied with many forms of government and had ended up with that form of democracy known as One Man, One Vote. The Patrician was the Man; he had the Vote. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Ankh-Morpork had dallied with many forms of government and had ended up with that form of democracy known as One Man, One Vote. The Patrician was the Man; he had the Vote.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: You'll see! We're going to the palace. Fetch Angua. We might need her. And bring the search warrant. You mean the sledgehammer, sir? Yes. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You'll see! We're going to the palace. Fetch Angua. We might need her. And bring the search warrant. You mean the sledgehammer, sir? Yes.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Ordinary fortune-tellers tell you what you want to happen; witches tell you what's going to happen whether you want it to or not. Strangely enough, witches tend to be more accurate but less popular. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Ordinary fortune-tellers tell you what you want to happen; witches tell you what's going to happen whether you want it to or not. Strangely enough, witches tend to be more accurate but less popular.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: It was like ... like wizardry, but without the wizards and the mess. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

It was like ... like wizardry, but without the wizards and the mess.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: And our lady friend, she thinks life works like a fairy tale.' Well, that's harmless, isn't it?' Yeah, but in fairy tales, when someone dies... it's just a word. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

And our lady friend, she thinks life works like a fairy tale.' Well, that's harmless, isn't it?' Yeah, but in fairy tales, when someone dies... it's just a word.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Why bother with a cunning plan when a simple one will do? with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Why bother with a cunning plan when a simple one will do?

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Someone out there was about to find that their worst nightmare was a maddened Librarian. With a badge. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Someone out there was about to find that their worst nightmare was a maddened Librarian. With a badge.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: It was said that life was cheap in Ankh-Morpork. This was of course, completely wrong. Life was often very expensive; you could get death for free. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

It was said that life was cheap in Ankh-Morpork. This was of course, completely wrong. Life was often very expensive; you could get death for free.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: As far as I'm concerned, I'm a writer who's writing books, and therefore, I don't want to die. You'd miss the end of the book, wouldn't you? You can't die with an unfinished book. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

As far as I'm concerned, I'm a writer who's writing books, and therefore, I don't want to die. You'd miss the end of the book, wouldn't you? You can't die with an unfinished book.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Look, he said to his imagination, if this is how you're going to behave, I shan't bring you again. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Look, he said to his imagination, if this is how you're going to behave, I shan't bring you again.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: He had about the same life expectancy as a three legged hedgehog on a six lane motorway. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

He had about the same life expectancy as a three legged hedgehog on a six lane motorway.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: You can't find a hermit to teach you herming, because of course that rather spoils the whole thing. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You can't find a hermit to teach you herming, because of course that rather spoils the whole thing.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: The conversation of human beings seldom interested him, but it crossed his mind that the males and females always got along best when neither actually listened fully to what the other one was saying. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

The conversation of human beings seldom interested him, but it crossed his mind that the males and females always got along best when neither actually listened fully to what the other one was saying.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Most armies are in fact run by their sergeants -- the officers are there just to give things a bit of tone and prevent warfare becoming a mere lower-class brawl. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Most armies are in fact run by their sergeants -- the officers are there just to give things a bit of tone and prevent warfare becoming a mere lower-class brawl.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: If he was going to be boiled for a lamb, then he might as well be roasted for a sheep. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

If he was going to be boiled for a lamb, then he might as well be roasted for a sheep.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: What a mess the world was in, Vimes reflected. Constable Visit had told him the meek would inherit it, and what had the poor devils done to deserve that? with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

What a mess the world was in, Vimes reflected. Constable Visit had told him the meek would inherit it, and what had the poor devils done to deserve that?

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Did I do anything last night that suggested I was sane? with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Did I do anything last night that suggested I was sane?

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Last night there seemed to be a chance. Anything was possible last night. That was the trouble with last nights. They were always followed by this mornings. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Last night there seemed to be a chance. Anything was possible last night. That was the trouble with last nights. They were always followed by this mornings.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: In theory it was, around now, Literature. Susan hated Literature. She'd much prefer to read a good book. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

In theory it was, around now, Literature. Susan hated Literature. She'd much prefer to read a good book.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: In order to have a change of fortune at the last minute, you have to take your fortune to the last minute. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

In order to have a change of fortune at the last minute, you have to take your fortune to the last minute.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: There is always time for another last minute. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

There is always time for another last minute.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Gods, it felt good. Hot water was civilization. Vimes could feel the stiffness in his muscles melting away in the warmth. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Gods, it felt good. Hot water was civilization. Vimes could feel the stiffness in his muscles melting away in the warmth.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Actors, said Granny, witheringly. As if the world weren't full of enough history without inventing more. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Actors, said Granny, witheringly. As if the world weren't full of enough history without inventing more.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Mr. False! No, don't start grabbing the chickens! Better off farmer with no chickens than a load of chickens with no farmer! Anyway, they'll probably float, or fly, or something! with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Mr. False! No, don't start grabbing the chickens! Better off farmer with no chickens than a load of chickens with no farmer! Anyway, they'll probably float, or fly, or something!

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Many feel they are called to the priesthood, but what they really hear is an inner voice saying, 'It's indoor work with no heavy lifting, do you want to be a ploughman like your father?' with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Many feel they are called to the priesthood, but what they really hear is an inner voice saying, 'It's indoor work with no heavy lifting, do you want to be a ploughman like your father?'

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Mister Teatime had a truly brilliant mind, but it was brilliant like a fractured mirror, all marvellous facets and rainbows but, ultimately, also something that was broken. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Mister Teatime had a truly brilliant mind, but it was brilliant like a fractured mirror, all marvellous facets and rainbows but, ultimately, also something that was broken.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: It doesn't matter if dragons are flying overhead or whatever -- a lot of Victoriana is still cut in the frame of fantasy. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

It doesn't matter if dragons are flying overhead or whatever -- a lot of Victoriana is still cut in the frame of fantasy.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: All Fungi are edible. 
Some fungi are only edible once. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

All Fungi are edible.
Some fungi are only edible once.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Whole new theories of money were growing here like mushrooms: in the dark and based on bullshit. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Whole new theories of money were growing here like mushrooms: in the dark and based on bullshit.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Oh, come on. Revelation was a mushroom dream that belonged in the Apocrypha. The New Testament is basically about what happened when God got religion. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Oh, come on. Revelation was a mushroom dream that belonged in the Apocrypha. The New Testament is basically about what happened when God got religion.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: You will have to look a long way before you find a bunch of scum-suckers more greedy, humourless and deserving of death than the suits in the music business. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You will have to look a long way before you find a bunch of scum-suckers more greedy, humourless and deserving of death than the suits in the music business.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: If failure had no penalty success would not be a prize. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

If failure had no penalty success would not be a prize.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Vimes stalked gloomily through the crowded streets, feeling like the only pickled onion in a fruit salad. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Vimes stalked gloomily through the crowded streets, feeling like the only pickled onion in a fruit salad.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: One of the highlights of the first Good Omens tour was Neil and I walking through New York singing Shoehorn with Teeth. Well, we'd had a good breakfast. And you don't get mugged, either. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

One of the highlights of the first Good Omens tour was Neil and I walking through New York singing Shoehorn with Teeth. Well, we'd had a good breakfast. And you don't get mugged, either.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: And never resist a perfect moment. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

And never resist a perfect moment.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Plot exposition that can be gently wound out by the authorial voice and internal monologue of a character in the length of a page has to be delivered in a matter of seconds on the stage. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Plot exposition that can be gently wound out by the authorial voice and internal monologue of a character in the length of a page has to be delivered in a matter of seconds on the stage.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Insofar as he'd formed any opinion of her, it was that she suffered from misplaced gentility and the mistaken belief that etiquette meant good breeding. She mistook mannerisms for manners. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Insofar as he'd formed any opinion of her, it was that she suffered from misplaced gentility and the mistaken belief that etiquette meant good breeding. She mistook mannerisms for manners.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: I do note with interest that old women in my books become young women on the covers... this is discrimination against the chronologically gifted. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

I do note with interest that old women in my books become young women on the covers... this is discrimination against the chronologically gifted.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: Probably the last man who knew how it worked had been tortured to death years before. Or as soon as it was installed. Killing the creator was a traditional method of patent-protection. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Probably the last man who knew how it worked had been tortured to death years before. Or as soon as it was installed. Killing the creator was a traditional method of patent-protection.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: You take a bunch of people who don't seem any different from you and me, but when you add them all together you get this sort of huge raving maniac with national borders and an anthem. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

You take a bunch of people who don't seem any different from you and me, but when you add them all together you get this sort of huge raving maniac with national borders and an anthem.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Sometimes the moon is light and sometimes it's in shadow, but you should always remember it's the same moon. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Sometimes the moon is light and sometimes it's in shadow, but you should always remember it's the same moon.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: He's out of his depth on a wet pavement. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

He's out of his depth on a wet pavement.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: So much paperwork to read! So much paperwork to push away! So much paperwork to pretend he hadn't received and that might have been eaten by gargoyles. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

So much paperwork to read! So much paperwork to push away! So much paperwork to pretend he hadn't received and that might have been eaten by gargoyles.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Give a man a fire and he's warm for a day, but set fire to him and he's warm for the rest of his life. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Give a man a fire and he's warm for a day, but set fire to him and he's warm for the rest of his life.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: I'm up to my neck in the real world, every day. Just you try doing your VAT return with a head full of goblins. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

I'm up to my neck in the real world, every day. Just you try doing your VAT return with a head full of goblins.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: What can the harvest hope for, if not for the care of the Reaper Man? with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

What can the harvest hope for, if not for the care of the Reaper Man?

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: How can anyone trust scientists? If new evidence comes along, they change their minds. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

How can anyone trust scientists? If new evidence comes along, they change their minds.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: What're quantum mechanics?
I don't know. People who repair quantums, I suppose. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

What're quantum mechanics?
I don't know. People who repair quantums, I suppose.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: William wondered why he always disliked people who said 'no offense meant.' Maybe it was because they found it easier to to say 'no offense meant' than actually to refrain from giving offense. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

William wondered why he always disliked people who said 'no offense meant.' Maybe it was because they found it easier to to say 'no offense meant' than actually to refrain from giving offense.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: The most important thing was that time had passed, pouring thousands of soothing seconds across the island. People need time to deal with the now before it runs away and becomes the then. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

The most important thing was that time had passed, pouring thousands of soothing seconds across the island. People need time to deal with the now before it runs away and becomes the then.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Let grammar, punctuation, and spelling into your life! Even the most energetic and wonderful mess has to be turned into sentences. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Let grammar, punctuation, and spelling into your life! Even the most energetic and wonderful mess has to be turned into sentences.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: But that was just it -- hate was exactly the right word. Hate is a force of attraction. Hate is just love with its back turned. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

But that was just it -- hate was exactly the right word. Hate is a force of attraction. Hate is just love with its back turned.

--Terry Pratchett

quote by Terry Pratchett: Stop stealing the funeral meats right now, you wee scuggers! She shouted. The Feegles stopped and stared at her. Then Rob Anybody said: Socks wi'oot feets? with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Stop stealing the funeral meats right now, you wee scuggers! She shouted. The Feegles stopped and stared at her. Then Rob Anybody said: Socks wi'oot feets?

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: But there was more to it than that. As the Amazing Maurice said, it was just a story about people and rats. And the difficult part of it was deciding who the people were, and who were the rats. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

But there was more to it than that. As the Amazing Maurice said, it was just a story about people and rats. And the difficult part of it was deciding who the people were, and who were the rats.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: The important thing about adventures, thought Mr. Bunnsy, was that they shouldn't be so long as to make you miss mealtimes. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

The important thing about adventures, thought Mr. Bunnsy, was that they shouldn't be so long as to make you miss mealtimes.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: It was the heart of any scam or fiddle -- keep the punter uncertain, or, if he is certain, make him certain of the wrong thing. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

It was the heart of any scam or fiddle -- keep the punter uncertain, or, if he is certain, make him certain of the wrong thing.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: It is possible to live well with dementia and write best-sellers 'like wot I do. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

It is possible to live well with dementia and write best-sellers 'like wot I do.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: Modesty is only arrogance by stealth. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

Modesty is only arrogance by stealth.

--Terry Pratchett
quote by Terry Pratchett: We're a dying race, said Kwartz sadly, as the party set off under the stars. Young Jasper's the only pebble in our tribe. We suffer from philosophy, you know. with background image: photo of author Terry Pratchett with quote

We're a dying race, said Kwartz sadly, as the party set off under the stars. Young Jasper's the only pebble in our tribe. We suffer from philosophy, you know.

--Terry Pratchett

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