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This strip is inspired by Chapter VIII, The Queen’s Croquet-Ground, of the book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
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It's apparent that some of the other commenters haven't ever hear the cards sing "We're painting the roses red" from the Disney version of Alice in Wonderland.
Dieseldriver 4/8/13 reply
I haven't, either!
 Emma  4/11/13 reply
 
A LITTLE PRINCESS is the best book ever written! please try it for a good read!(and by good, i mean totally awesome.)
lala 10/6/12 reply
I love A Little Princess! You have good taste!
 Emma  3/8/13 reply
 
Her hair is getting long!
Puppy luver 2/27/12 reply
Yes, definitely!
 Emma  3/8/13 reply
very long
Lala 12/16/12 reply
 
Alice in wonderland is a great read. Try the Lord of the rings books and Atlas Shrugged for other good reads.
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 11/8/11 reply
Will do!
 Emma  11/8/11 reply
And the Harry Potter books!
YAY
Ginny Weasley 8/17/12 reply
 
That wasnt very nice of the cards!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
I know, they're kinda rude, huh?
 Emma  11/5/11 reply
 
Chapel in Wonderland! <3 ^_^
9/10/11 reply
Yep! I think it suits her well, don't you?
 Emma  10/16/11 reply
I LOVE IT!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!
miss stupid 12/18/11 reply
 
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