History Funny / ReaperMan

19th Apr '16 11:25:47 AM erforce
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* [[TheGrimReaper Death]] getting the stereotypical flowers, chocolates and diamond ring as gifts for a lady, including him buying [[AC:one of everything]] from a totally oblivious florist, interrogating the candy-seller because he knows nothing about chocolate ([[AC:What for is this box padded? Is it to be sat on? Can it be that it is cat flavoured?]]) and invading a temple to steal the biggest diamond in the world because a jeweller told him it was the ''friendliest'' diamond he could think of (Death had been told, unwisely, that [[BluntMetaphorsTrauma diamonds are a girl's best friend]]). The break-in involves the high priest, the other priest who was not high, and IndianaJones jokes.

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* [[TheGrimReaper Death]] getting the stereotypical flowers, chocolates and diamond ring as gifts for a lady, including him buying [[AC:one of everything]] from a totally oblivious florist, interrogating the candy-seller because he knows nothing about chocolate ([[AC:What for is this box padded? Is it to be sat on? Can it be that it is cat flavoured?]]) and invading a temple to steal the biggest diamond in the world because a jeweller told him it was the ''friendliest'' diamond he could think of (Death had been told, unwisely, that [[BluntMetaphorsTrauma diamonds are a girl's best friend]]). The break-in involves the high priest, the other priest who was not high, and IndianaJones Franchise/IndianaJones jokes.
17th Apr '16 8:56:12 AM Ulkomaalainen
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* Pointing out that Miss Flitworth [[spoiler:died when he came back to give her one last dance]].

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* Pointing out that Miss Mrs. Flitworth [[spoiler:died when he came back to give her one last dance]].



-->'''Bill Door''': [[spoiler:[[AC:You know when you saw me and said I gave you a stroke?]]]]\\
'''Mrs. Flitworth''': [[spoiler:Yes?]]\\
'''Bill Door''': [[spoiler:[[AC:Quite.]]]]

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-->'''Bill Door''': [[spoiler:[[AC:You [[AC:You know when you saw me and said I gave you a stroke?]]]]\\
stroke?]]\\
'''Mrs. Flitworth''': [[spoiler:Yes?]]\\
Yes?\\
'''Bill Door''': [[spoiler:[[AC:Quite.]]]][[AC:Quite.]]



* The Auditors, after Azrael's answer.
* "Some of the roof fell in."
18th Sep '15 10:57:58 AM MarsJenkar
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* It can get confusing

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* It Yes, it can get confusingquite confusing, can't it.
8th Aug '15 5:32:33 PM LentilSandEater
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* Every time Ms. Cake starts to answer someone's questions before they ask them because of her 'premature precognition'. Perfect "WHAT" moment.

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* It can get confusing
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Every time Ms. Cake starts to answer someone's questions before they ask them because of her 'premature precognition'. Perfect "WHAT" moment.
8th Aug '15 5:30:40 PM LentilSandEater
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*** Doubles as FridgeBrilliance, because [[spoiler: Mrs. Cake's precognition means she probably ''could'' bypass all those traps without injury]].
22nd Jul '15 8:53:29 PM NanoMoose
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* Bill Door showing Miss Flitworth a note saying "Oooooooeeeeeoooooooooeeeeeoooooo", and announcing with his usual unimpeachable gravitas that he has received "[[AC:the badly-written note of the banshee]]".

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* Bill Door showing Miss Flitworth a note saying "Oooooooeeeeeoooooooooeeeeeoooooo", and announcing with his usual unimpeachable gravitas that he has received "[[AC:the [[AC:the badly-written note of the banshee]]".banshee]].
18th Jul '15 10:31:10 PM NanoMoose
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* Bill Door showing Miss Flitworth a note saying "Oooooooeeeeeoooooooooeeeeeoooooo", and announcing that he has received "the badly-written note of the banshee".

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* Bill Door showing Miss Flitworth a note saying "Oooooooeeeeeoooooooooeeeeeoooooo", and announcing with his usual unimpeachable gravitas that he has received "the "[[AC:the badly-written note of the banshee".banshee]]".
8th Jul '15 7:16:01 PM Andyroid
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-->It is generally thought, on those worlds where the mall lifeform has seeded, that people take the wire baskets away and leave them in strange and isolated places, so that squads of young men have to be employed to gather them together and wheel them back. This is exactly the opposite of the truth. In reality the men are hunters, stalking their rattling prey across the landscape, trapping them, breaking their spirit, taming them and herding them to a life of slavery. Possibly.

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-->It is generally thought, on those worlds where the mall lifeform life-form has seeded, that people take the wire baskets away and leave them in strange and isolated places, so that squads of young men have to be employed to gather them together and wheel them back. This is exactly the opposite of the truth. In reality the men are hunters, stalking their rattling prey across the landscape, trapping them, breaking their spirit, taming them and herding them to a life of slavery. Possibly.



* Some of the roof fell in.

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* Some "Some of the roof fell in."



* The wizards trying to bury Windle Poons because he was supposed to die, but [[AC: death]] is missing.
** "Can you keep it down? There's people down here trying to be dead!"
*** And they ''do''.
**** [[RiseFromYourGrave Given the circumstances]], can you blame them?
** Before that, they try to exorcise him with garlic, steaks and various religious symbols.

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* The wizards trying to bury exorcise Windle Poons with garlic, sunlight, and various religious symbols, including "the flying plaster ducks of Ordpor the Tasteless" and "the three-headed fish of the Howondaland [[ShapedLikeItself three-headed fish religion]]".
* The wizards eventually try to bury Windle at a crossroads with a stake through his heart, which leads to a series of hilarious events:
** First, they make the mistake of burying him at the busiest intersection in Ankh-Morpork... in the middle of the day. A huge traffic jam ensues, leading to an altercation between the Dean and an angry carter: "A lot of things are going to get ''bruised'' around here..."
** Then Sgt. Colon shows up and, thinking that [[BrickJoke his long-term policing strategy of guarding crossroads, bridges, and other city monuments from theft]] has finally paid off, nearly tries to arrest the wizards for stealing a crossroads.
** The wizards get a bit confused and try to bury Windle with a ''steak'' through his heart. And the Bursar ends up bringing a bundle of celery
because he was supposed to die, couldn't find steak on such short notice. Archchancellor Ridcully is all but [[AC: death]] is missing.
stated to be [[TranquilFury trying very hard not to lose his patience]].
** And when the wizards finally get Windle buried: "Can you keep it down? There's people down here trying to be dead!"
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dead!" And they ''do''.
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''do''. [[RiseFromYourGrave Given the circumstances]], can you blame them?
** Before that, they try to exorcise him with garlic, steaks and various religious symbols.
them?
17th Jun '15 10:27:32 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** [[spoiler: Many, many books later, ''Raising Steam'' reveals that he did make the connection eventually. He didn't achieve much with the insight, but his son does.]]

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** [[spoiler: Many, many books later, ''Raising Steam'' reveals that he did make the connection eventually. He didn't achieve much with the insight, insight [[HarsherInHindsight except his own gruesome death]], but his son does.]]
16th Apr '15 3:15:09 AM mzytryck01
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-->[=OOOOooooOOOoooobuggeroffOOOOOooooo...=]=]
* Bill Door showing Miss Flitworth a note saying "Oooooooeeeeeoooooooooeeeeeoooooo", and announcing that he has received "the badly-written note of the banshee".
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