He envied his fellow students who believed in gods that were intangible and lived a long way away on top of some mountain. A fellow could really believe in gods like that. But it was extremely hard to believe in a god when you saw him at breakfast every day. (P)
“People never learn anything in this place,” she’d said. “They only remember things.” (P)
There was not a lot that could be done to make Morpork a worse place. A direct hit by meteorite, for example, would count as gentrification. (P)
Granny Weatherwax was indeed here. And there. She was, in fact, and always would be, everywhere. (SC)
Could they do it? They were old men. And then he thought, Yes, they are old men. They have been old men for a long time, which means they have learned many things. Like lying, and being crafty and, most importantly, dissembling. (SC)
“Where there’s a war there’s a Nac Mac Feegle.” (SC)
Magrat took a cake by its little case rather carefully. Some of Nanny Ogg’s recipes could include …. unusual ingredients, and she already had three children. (SC)
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