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Quotes About Moist Von Lipwig

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Terry Pratchett
“I commend my soul to any god that can find it.”
Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

Terry Pratchett
“Students, eh? Love 'em or hate 'em, you can't hit them with a shovel!”
Terry Pratchett, Making Money

Terry Pratchett
“I have to ask, sir...Why does it have to be done like this?"
Vetinari smiled. "Can you keep a secret, Mister Lipwig?"
"Oh, yes, sir. I've kept lots."
"Capital. And the point is, so can I. You do not need to know.”
Terry Pratchett, Raising Steam

Terry Pratchett
“Moist waited. Lord Vetinari could outstare a statue and make even a statue start to feel nervous and confess. Moist's counter was a fetching grin, which he knew annoyed Vetinari beyond measure, and there was absolute silence in the Oblong Office while blank stare and cheery grin battled it out for supremacy in some other dimension.”
Terry Pratchett, Raising Steam

Terry Pratchett
“Moist groaned. It was the crack of seven and he was allergic to the concept of two seven o'clocks in one day.”
Terry Pratchett, Raising Steam

Terry Pratchett
“We can't just drop everything, sir!"
"Mister Lipwig. Is there something in the word 'tyrant' you do not understand?”
Terry Pratchett, Raising Steam

Terry Pratchett
“Moist had seen the Falls before and that's just what they were...falls. Pretty good falls by the standard of falls, but once you'd looked at them for a few minutes undoubtedly someone would say; 'Where can we get a coffee around here?”
Terry Pratchett, Raising Steam

Terry Pratchett
“Looking out the window, Moist saw a small swarm of goblins leave the train and at first he thought, ha! Trust the buggers to run away, and then he mentally corrected himself: that was storybook thinking and with clearer eyesight and a bit of understanding he realized that the goblins were scrambling up to the delvers on the rocks and beating the shit out of them by diving into the multiple layers of dwarf clothing. The delvers discovered all too rapidly that trying to fight while a busy goblin was in your underwear was very bad for the concentration.”
Terry Pratchett, Raising Steam

Terry Pratchett
“Never promise to do the possible. Anyone could do the possible. You should promise to do the impossible, because sometimes the impossible was possible, if you could find the right way, and at least you could often extend the limits of the possible. And if you failed, well, it had been impossible.”
Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

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