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burnsbabblebooks · 2 years ago
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“Jem is all the better part of myself, Cecily is my weakness and Tessa is my heart.”
-Will Herondale: Infernal devices, Cassandra Clare
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roszy · 4 years ago
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Demon pox, oh demon pox, just how is it acquired? One must go down to the bad part of town, until one is very tired.
Will Herondale, Clockwork Prince
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drublaccthorn · 2 years ago
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James : [almost asleep]
Will : [appeared out of nowhere] pssst PSSST
James : dad?
Will : you wanna hear a BEDTIME STORY
James : noo!!!
Will : I’m going to tell you THE TALE OF DEMON POX
Will : once upon a time, there’s a man name Bene—
Lucie : [burst into the room] DEMON POX OH DEMON POX
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Demon pox, oh demon pox Just how is it acquired? One must go down to the bad part of town Until one is very tired. Demon pox, oh demon pox, I had it all along- Not the pox, you foolish blocks, I mean this very song- For I was right, and you were wrong!
Will Herondale
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lvdy-midnight · 3 years ago
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Demon pox, oh, demon pox, Just how is it acquired? One must go down to the bad part of town Until one is very tired. Demon pox, oh, demon pox I had it all along— No, not the pox, you foolish blocks, I mean this very song— For I was right, and you were wrong!
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mariakaestner · 2 years ago
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Demon Pox
CA page 128:
“Indeed. Perhaps if we’re fortunate, we can still catch syphilis.”
“Or demon pox,” Will suggested cheerfully. “There’s always demon pox.”
“Demon pox does not exist.”
“Oh, ye of little faith.”
CA page 174:
“Most diseases that affect demons are not transmissible to human beings, but in some cases usually through a bite or a scratch, the disease can be passed on. Vampirism. Lycanthropy-“
“Demon pox,” said Will.
“Will, there’s no such thing as demon pox, and you know it,” Charlotte said.
CA page 209:
“I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the elder Lightwood’s nocturnal visits to certain houses in Shadwell haven’t left him with a nasty case of demon pox.”
“Demon pox?” Tessa was horrified and fascinated at the same time.
“He made that up,” Jem hastily reassured her. “Really, Will. How many times do we have to tell you there’s no such thing as demon pox?”
“I think there is,” he said.
CP page 438: 
“Demon Pox,” said Sophie. “Mr. Lightwood’s got it, has had it for years, and it’ll kill him in a right couple of months of he doesn’t get the cure. And Mortmain said he can get it for him.”
...Will appeared to be singing a song about how he had been right about demon pox all along.
“Demon pox, oh, demon pox, 
Just how is it acquired?
One must go down to the bad part of town
Until one is very tired
Demon pox,  oh demon pox 
I had it all along
No, not the pox, you foolish blocks,
I mean this very song-
For I was right, and you were wrong!”
CP2 page 20:
“Gabriel Lightwood is downstairs, and I have two words for you. Two of your favorite words, at least when you put them together.”
“Utter simpleton?” inquired Will. “Worthless upstart?”
Jem grinned. “Demon pox,” he said.
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richardsiiken-remade · 3 years ago
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look, will’s demon pox song is some prime songwriting. take it from someone who writes music, rhyming? hard. songs making sense? almost impossible. we need to admire will and ponder all the wasted potential as a lyricist.
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whitethorn-blackthorn · 2 years ago
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Imagine Will teaching Bridget the Demon Pox song. Instead of her singing all those morbid and sad songs, the whole institute will hear Will’s masterpiece. Sometimes they’ll even sing together. Everyone would want to either jump out a window or kill them both.
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clockworkgraystairs · 3 years ago
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Can we just stop and imagine for a moment
Zara Dearborn, her father and the entire Cohort getting demon pox?
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