I’ve been listening to Making Money by Terry Pratchett this week, and decided to do a quick drawing of my favorite Discworld heroine, Adora Belle Dearheart!
GET TO KNOW ME MEME: 5 favourite movies [2/5]
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charmed appreciation week: ♥ favourite character → piper halliwell
i am a good person, i am a good witch and damn it i would’ve made a great wife. and how dare you take that from me. i deserve… no, you know what? i demand that you send him back to me. you hear me? right now. i am going to stand in this very spot until you send leo back to me.
1. Antonio Douthit-Boyd, Alicia Graf Mack, Jamar Roberts and Kirven Douthit-Boyd
2. Matthew Rushing and Linda Celeste Sims
3. Linda Celeste Sims
4. Artistic Director Robert Battle, Associate Artistic Director Masazumi Chaya and members of the Company
5. Members of the Ailey company with Artistic Director Robert Battle
6. The Company
7. Jacqueline Green
8. Antonio Douthit-Boyd
9. Alicia Graf Mack
10. The Company with Artistic Director Robert Battle
Photos by Andrew Eccles
Helen Magnus casually bringing historical events and people into everyday (Sanctuary standard) conversation
Can I just have a Discworld version of ‘Rapunzel’ where the protagonist is actually a dwarf with a SUPER LONG and beautiful beard who was confined somewhere underground by their clan/parents, because they won’t conform to dwarf gender norms?
And like they make friends with a troll (no idea how it got there) and they eventually escape the cave/mine together (with help from said beard) and end up in Ankh-Morpork where they eventually run the most high-end hair-saloon in the city?
Dwarfs would never stay in a tower or even keep someone there against their will.
You know you’ve been reading
too mucha bit of Pratchett when even your text posts have footnotes.
Or low-end, considering how dwarfs view the world.
 Basing this off a line in Raising Steam where Moist mentions that Adora’s hairdresser is a troll.