Most witches don’t believe in gods. They know that the gods exists, of course. They even deal with them occasionally. But they don’t believe in them. They know them too well. It would be like believing in the postman.

— Terry Pratchett, Witches Abroad (via discworldquotes)

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Vetinari: Do this.
Moist: Make me.
Vetinari: Remember that time I didn't hang you?
Moist: ....k.

Elves are wonderful. They provoke wonder.
Elves are marvellous. They cause marvels.
Elves are fantastic. They create fantasies.
Elves are glamorous. They project glamour.
Elves are enchanting. They weave enchantment.
Elves are terrific. They beget terror.
The thing about words is that meanings can twist just like a snake, and if you want to find snakes look for them behind words that have changed their meaning.
No one ever said elves are nice.
Elves are bad.

Terry Pratchett {Lords & Ladies}

This, to me is the most chilling paragraph in any Discworld novel.

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I like that immediately afterwards Greebo slinks away looking ashamed.

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thestandardnerd:

Terry Pratchett…the man, the myth, the legend.

thestandardnerd:

Terry Pratchett…the man, the myth, the legend.

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"A Slip of the Keyboard by Sir Terry Pratchett is a collection of non-fiction essays due out on the 24th October" (x)

"A Slip of the Keyboard by Sir Terry Pratchett is a collection of non-fiction essays due out on the 24th October" (x)

madebyabvh:

Animated Paul Kidby
Original illustration by Paul Kidby
“Death isn’t cruel – merely terribly, terribly good at his job.”

madebyabvh:

Animated Paul Kidby

Original illustration by Paul Kidby

“Death isn’t cruel – merely terribly, terribly good at his job.”

(via tragicyouthwasgoingdownonme)

Ponder Stibbons: I'm not the stuff of heroes, sir.
Lord Vetinari: And what causes this lack in you, may I ask?
Ponder Stibbons: I think it's because I've got an active imagination.
neil-gaiman:

I stopped off on the way to Cardiff on Wednesday and had lunch with Terry Pratchett. This is us on Hallowe’en, in Terry’s study, twenty four years after we wrote Good Omens.

neil-gaiman:

I stopped off on the way to Cardiff on Wednesday and had lunch with Terry Pratchett. This is us on Hallowe’en, in Terry’s study, twenty four years after we wrote Good Omens.

chickenheadspooky:

rufflesnotdiets:

malawitches:

pterry bein a cute patoot

Terry Prachett petting a pig and drinking a magnum of champagne may be my official favorite image ever.

pterry’s hats appreciation life

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