History YMMV / TheTruth

1st Jul '17 8:03:00 PM sabremeister
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: At one point, Mr. Pin thinks about how Mr. Tulip mainlines bath salts. This is simply part of the joke about Tulip snorting everything he can find. [[OnlyInFlorida Thirteen years later, the mention of bath salts has its own special meaning.]]
5th Aug '16 5:07:39 PM Ciara25
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** Otto, coming upon the burned remains of The Times offices, assumes that "It vas a mob, yes? Zere is alvays a mob, sooner or later. Zey got my friend Boris. He showed them zer black ribbon but zey just laughed and--" Hinting that reformed vampires are in danger from, essentially, lynch mobs.
5th May '16 6:17:29 PM CasWarner
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** The final fate of the New Firm, or at least, the thing that finally gets them. It's a lot like, if [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd]] had ended up in that crematorium instead of Bond in ''Film/DiamondsAreForever''... drawn out for ''pages'' of anticipation.
2nd Jan '16 3:29:42 PM TheFuzzinator
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** Likewise, the equally vague allusions to Mr. Tulip's childhood. It's suggested he's forgotten most of it for a ''reason''.
15th Nov '15 2:52:22 PM LadyJafaria
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* HilariousInHindsight: Look at the cover currently pictured on the main page, where Vetinari has blond hair. This was ''long'' before TheFilmOfTheBook of ''Discworld/GoingPostal'', which cast a blond Vetinari and surprised many readers by doing so.
25th Mar '15 2:45:05 PM Polaris
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** There are some oblique but fairly horrifying implications about William's childhood.

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** There are some oblique but fairly horrifying implications about Various allusions to William's childhood.childhood.
--> Lord de Worde had inclined to the old proverb that as you bend the twig, so grows the tree. William had not been a particularly flexible twig. Lord de Worde had not, himself, been a violent man. He'd merely employed them.
25th Mar '15 12:20:40 PM Polaris
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** There are some oblique but fairly horrifying implications about William's childhood.
23rd Feb '15 9:03:05 AM StFan
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* OlderThanTheyThink: The "----ing" joke first showed up in ''Discworld/{{Mort}}''.
** An in ''{{Sourcery}}'', one of the senior wizards had studied languages for so long he can pronounce parentheses (pretty cool, huh?).
** Then again in Men at Arms: "D*mn," said Carrot, a difficult linguistic feat.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: OlderThanTheyThink:
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The "----ing" joke first showed up in ''Discworld/{{Mort}}''.
** An And in ''{{Sourcery}}'', ''Discworld/{{Sourcery}}'', one of the senior wizards had studied languages for so long he can pronounce parentheses (pretty cool, huh?).
** Then again in Men ''Men at Arms: Arms'': "D*mn," said Carrot, a difficult linguistic feat.feat.

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27th Jul '14 11:44:45 PM browneyednerd
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* NightmareFuel: The book describes images resulting from dark light photography in very vivid detail. [[spoiler:Then near the end, where one of photos comes true...]]

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* NightmareFuel: The book describes images resulting from dark light photography in very vivid detail. [[spoiler:Then near the end, where one of the photos comes true...]]
4th Aug '13 8:13:42 PM RealSlimShadowen
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** An in ''{{Sourcery}}'', one of the senior wizards had studied languages for so long he can pronounce parentheses (pretty cool, huh?).
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