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Terry Pratchett
Terry Pratchett & Rob Wilkins; Books Written Cheap
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Neil Gaiman Nov 24
So there’s a box. And it’s padlocked. With a real padlock. I’ve been sent a code...
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Terry Pratchett Nov 21
Three years ago today
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Terry Pratchett Nov 19
In particular, he was talking about Dobermans and Rottweilers.
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Maria Castrillo Nov 13
Next Tuesday 17 November we are hosting an In Conversation event with and . If you haven't been able to get a free ticket you can still join as we will be livestreaming it. Details here:
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Terry Pratchett Nov 10
‘I got cartoons at my birthday,’ announced the little girl. ‘An I gotter transformer anna mylittlepony anna decepticonattacker anna thundertank anna …’ Who wouldn’t want a thundertank? Just watch out for the hellhound... Happy Birthday x
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Daniel Mays Nov 8
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Replying to @terryandrob
and started writing letters to the newspapers about how people got overexcited about the least little thing these days. Once again, peace and love to all our friends across the world. Here's to new beginnings. 5/5
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Replying to @terryandrob
and would have had a beer if alcohol had been allowed in missile bases. It wasn’t, but they had one anyway. The lights came on. Civilization stopped its slide into chaos, 4/5
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Replying to @terryandrob
In bunkers under Novaya Zemlya men found that the fuses they were frantically trying to pull out came away in their hands at last; in bunkers under Wyoming and Nebraska, men in fatigues stopped screaming and waving guns at one another, 3/5
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Replying to @terryandrob
All over the world, people who had been wrestling with switches found that they switched. Circuit breakers opened. Computers stopped planning World War III and went back to idly scanning the stratosphere. 2/5
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
There was the noise of something he hadn’t realized he’d been hearing suddenly stopping, and the descending whine of a distant generator. The lights on the panels flickered, and most of them went out. 1/5
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Replying to @StuartSims14
Yes! Yes! Yes!
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Replying to @persephinae
We totally agree! Please see the final Tweet!
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
[Except - sometimes - the people really do get it right. Peace and love to all our friends across the Atlantic and here’s to new beginnings]
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
And then five years later they elected another one just like him, and really it was amazing how intelligent people kept on making the same mistakes.
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Immediately after he was elected, of course, it was obvious to everyone that he was a criminal madman and totally out of touch with the view of the ordinary philosopher in the street looking for a towel.
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Every five years someone was elected to be Tyrant, provided he could prove that he was honest, intelligent, sensible, and trustworthy.
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
The Ephebians believed that every man should have the vote (provided that he wasn't poor, foreign, nor disqualified by reason of being mad, frivolous, or a woman).
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
ALL of them are his...!
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Terry Pratchett Nov 7
Three years ago today
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