|The Colour of Magic||
The Yen Buddhists are the richest religious sect in the universe. They hold that the accumulation of money is a great evil and a burden to the soul. They therefore, regardless of personal hazard, see it as their unpleasant duty to acquire as much as possible in order to reduce the risk to innocent people.
Asking someone to repeat a phrase you'd not only heard very clearly but were also exceedingly angry about was around Defcon II in the lexicon of squabble.
Nanny Ogg quite liked cooking, provided there were other people around to do things like chop up the vegetables and wash the dishes afterwards.
“Emberella," thought Magrat. "I'm fairy godmothering a girl who sounds like something you put up in the rain."
'And stars don't care what you wish, and magic don't make things better, and no-one doesn't get burned who sticks their hand in a fire.'
The wages of sin is death, but so is the salary of virtue, and at least the evil get to go home early on Fridays.
The trouble with witches is that they'll never run away from things they really hate.
And the trouble with small furry animals in a corner is that, just occasionally, one of them's a mongoose.
Vampires have risen from the dead, the grave and the crypt, but have never managed it from the cat. (Greebo to the rescue)
'Good and bad is tricky, she said. 'I ain't too certain about where people stand. P'raps what matters is which way you face.'
|The Light Fantastic|
|Lords and Ladies|
|Men at Arms|
|Feet of clay|
|The last continent|
|The fifth elephant|
|Thief of time|
|The last hero|
|The wee free men|
|A hat full of sky|