There's no point in believing in things that exist.
More Quotes from Terry Pratchett:One of the highlights of the first Good Omens tour was Neil and I walking through New York singing Shoehorn with Teeth. Well, we'd had a good breakfast. And you don't get mugged, either.
But…but you can't treat religion as a sort of buffet, can you? I mean, you can't say yes please, I'll have some of the Celestial Paradise and a helping of the Divine Plan but go easy on the kneeling and none of the Prohibition of Images, they give me wind. Its table d´hôte or nothing, otherwise…well, it would be silly.
Either dragons should exist completely or fail to exist at all, he felt. A dragon only half-existing was worse than the extremes.
Taxation is just a sophisticated way of demanding money with menaces.
Soon to come in licorice, orange, cinnamon, and banana, but not strawberry, because I hate strawberries.
It's either because of the number of times the scholar puts the boot into Peter Jackson the director of The Lord of the Rings films or is making a point they have never heard of.
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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His life, though none too long, Was never dull: Of woman, wine and song Bill had his full.