'It's a lie,' said Peaches.
'Maybe it's a pretty story,' said Sardines.
'Yes,' said Dangerous Beans. 'Yes.' He turned his misty pink eyes to Darktan, who had to stop himself from crouching, and added: 'Perhaps it's a map.'
Tonyblack wrote:Forcing the topic away from spanking (again ) and back to the book.
Tonyblack wrote:What do you understand Dangerous Beans to mean by that last comment?
poohbcarrot wrote:...but they shouldn't believe every word as "gospel" truth, because it wasn't written by God, but by man.
Jan Van Quirm wrote:poohbcarrot wrote:...but they shouldn't believe every word as "gospel" truth, because it wasn't written by God, but by man.
You just can't argue your way around that with true believers *shrugs*. The man who wrote it was inspired by the god
Fizz wrote:Those elements of the world that make Pratchett and Discworld what they are, seemed to be pushed to the side in favour of re-writing a common children's tale and creating more of an adventure story for kids to enjoy.
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