terri morse


Mister Vimes, thought William, as they hurried after the constable. All the watchmen called him that. The man had been a knight and was now a duke and a commander, but they called him Mister. And it was a Mister, too, the full two syllables, not the everyday unheeded ‘Mr’; it was the ‘mister’ you used when you wanted to say things like ‘Put down that crossbow and turn around real slow, mister.’ He wondered why.”

Terry Pratchett, The Truth