History YMMV / TheTruth

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?).
31st Jul '13 7:21:37 AM MrDeath
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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.]]



** Then again in Men at Arms: "D*mn," said Carrot, a difficult linguistic feat.
* FridgeLogic: Why did William spend 40% of his income on engraving his monthly letter? Why not just use those two days and 20 dollars to write it out four more times?
** Establishing a consistent friendly business relationship with the engraver in case his business expands (IE, he gets contacted by more people who want his news letters)?

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** Then again in Men at Arms: "D*mn," said Carrot, a difficult linguistic feat.
* FridgeLogic: Why did William spend 40% of his income on engraving his monthly letter? Why not just use those two days and 20 dollars to write it out four more times?
** Establishing a consistent friendly business relationship with the engraver in case his business expands (IE, he gets contacted by more people who want his news letters)?
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15th Mar '13 7:43:54 AM lrrose
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** Establishing a consistent friendly business relationship with the engraver in case his business expands (IE, he gets contacted by more people who want his news letters)?
* SmallNameBigEgo: Mr. Tulip and Mr. Pin, big time. They believe they are the next, greatest generation of criminals and that Ank-Morpork is full of has been amateurs, never mind that Ank Morpork is to evil and corruption what guns are to bullets and the only reason they are so content is because they had found an stability of massive backstabbing and violence that is maintained by the threat of two of the three greatest forces in the Discworld: [[MagnificentBastard Vetinari intelligence]] and [[TheFettered Sam's idealism]].

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** Establishing a consistent friendly business relationship with the engraver in case his business expands (IE, he gets contacted by more people who want his news letters)?
* SmallNameBigEgo: Mr. Tulip and Mr. Pin, big time. They believe they are the next, greatest generation of criminals and that Ank-Morpork is full of has been amateurs, never mind that Ank Morpork is to evil and corruption what guns are to bullets and the only reason they are so content is because they had found an stability of massive backstabbing and violence that is maintained by the threat of two of the three greatest forces in the Discworld: [[MagnificentBastard Vetinari intelligence]] and [[TheFettered Sam's idealism]].
letters)?
28th Jan '13 7:23:09 PM zaogao
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** Then again in Men at Arms: "D*mn," said Carrot, a difficult linguistic feat.
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