History YMMV / TheLastContinent

18th Aug '17 1:35:37 PM GothicProphet
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** Rincewind demanding his hat back during the ''Film/MadMax'' sequence is uncannily similar to the "That's mine!" RunningGag from ''Fury Road''.

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** Rincewind demanding his hat back during the ''Film/MadMax'' sequence is uncannily similar to the "That's mine!" RunningGag from ''Fury Road''.Road''.
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22nd Dec '16 7:53:09 PM Pren
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* HilariousInHindsight: Upon learning about portals, Ponder's first idea is to set them up for [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} infinite falling]].

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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Upon learning about portals, Ponder's first idea is to set them up for [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} infinite falling]].falling]].
** Rincewind demanding his hat back during the ''Film/MadMax'' sequence is uncannily similar to the "That's mine!" RunningGag from ''Fury Road''.
12th Dec '15 12:58:00 PM Sharlee
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** Alternately, everyone ''back then'' was also far too embarrassed to explain.
8th Jun '15 9:54:59 AM SharleeD
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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.

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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: for all we can be sure of is that know, they and their "cows" didn't burn easily.really ''did'' reproduce by binary fission.
8th Jun '15 9:53:20 AM SharleeD
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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.

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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.
8th Jun '15 9:52:22 AM SharleeD
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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.

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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.
8th Jun '15 9:51:09 AM SharleeD
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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.

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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.
8th Jun '15 9:50:50 AM SharleeD
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** It's established that the Fate of Discworld came there from another eventuality, so it's also possible that the God of Evolution is likewise an immigrant to the region. In which case, the followers ([[CallASmeerpARabbit and cows]]) in question might not have been humans, or even organic life forms for that matter: all we can be sure of is that their "cows" didn't burn easily.
8th Jun '15 9:46:27 AM SharleeD
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** Possibly just a coincidence, but waaaaaay back in ''Discworld/EqualRites'', Granny Weatherwax told Mrs. Whitlow's fortune via tea leaves, and predicted (i.e. made up) a future in which several young men would fight for her ample favors. Even though she was just telling the customer what she thought Mrs. Whitlow wanted to hear, it seems the only thing she got wrong was the would-be paramours' age!

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** Possibly just a coincidence, but waaaaaay back in ''Discworld/EqualRites'', Granny Weatherwax told Mrs. Whitlow's fortune via tea leaves, and predicted (i.e. made up) a future in which several young men would fight vie for her ample favors. Even though she was just telling the customer what she thought Mrs. Whitlow wanted to hear, it seems the only thing she got wrong was the would-be paramours' age!
8th Jun '15 9:44:17 AM SharleeD
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** FridgeLogic: The god of evolution mentions having had believers at some point, as well as experimenting on a cow he wanted to make more inflammable. If so, how does he not recognise the wizards as humans or, indeed, not know the most popular way of producing new generations, or even about different sexes? What sort of believers (or cows) did he have?
*** FridgeBrilliance hits again when you realize that his lack of believers may have affected his memory. As demonstrated in ''Small Gods'', gods without belief tend to regress mentally and, amongst other things, tend to lose memory.

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** Possibly just a coincidence, but waaaaaay back in ''Discworld/EqualRites'', Granny Weatherwax told Mrs. Whitlow's fortune via tea leaves, and predicted (i.e. made up) a future in which several young men would fight for her ample favors. Even though she was just telling the customer what she thought Mrs. Whitlow wanted to hear, it seems the only thing she got wrong was the would-be paramours' age!
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FridgeLogic: The god of evolution mentions having had believers at some point, as well as experimenting on a cow he wanted to make more inflammable. If so, how does he not recognise the wizards as humans or, indeed, not know the most popular way of producing new generations, or even about different sexes? What sort of believers (or cows) did he have?
*** ** FridgeBrilliance hits again when you realize that his lack of believers may have affected his memory. As demonstrated in ''Small Gods'', gods without belief tend to regress mentally and, amongst other things, tend to lose memory.
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