mjj (flemmings) wrote,

And now that it's the day after mother's day where half the mothers I know live, and never was mother's day at all for some even when it was yesterday, happy mother's day to my FL anyway, where applicable.

Discworld does grow on one. (This is good, because there's a lot of it, and possibly not so good because there's no guarantee it's all as good as the Watch books. The first one I ever tried wasn't.) But I started Men At Arms today in Honest Ed's coffeehouse and had to stop because I was snickering out loud (which Torontonians aren't allowed to do, even in places as déclassé as Honest Ed's coffehouse.) "Dwarfs are very attached to their gold. Any highwayman demanding 'Your money or your life' had better bring a folding chair and packed lunch and a book to read while the debate goes on.' As for 'protect the innocent comma'-- well, more people should.
Tags: pratchett, rl_08

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