Adventures in Wonderland Quotes
      RED QUEEN: Dear me, you are in a pretty pickle aren't you?

      MAD HATTER: Your majesty, this is no time to talk about cucumbers preserved in a solution of brine and vinegar, I've got big troubles here!
        RED QUEEN: Now the shoe is on the other foot!

        MARCH HARE: I know, I got dressed in a hurry this morning.
          RED QUEEN: Do you notice anything new about me?

          WHITE RABBIT: Is it your hair?

          RED QUEEN: No, it's not my hair!

          WHITE RABBIT: It's not? You mean that's a wig? It looks so real!
            MAD HATTER: You took the words right out of my mouth.

            MARCH HARE (looks in Hatter's mouth): She sure did, I don't see them anywhere.
              TWEEDLE DUM: Well… I guess we were being really unfair.

              WHITE RABBIT: Uh… Can you ever forgive us, Mr. Walrus?

              WALRUS: Well, of course. Of course! No hard feelings! And I don't think you've ever heard this about walrus', but we never hold a grudge!

              MARCH HARE: That's okay, now that we're friends we'll hold it for you.
                RED QUEEN: You know, sometimes old things are better than new ones, flaws and all.

                MAD HATTER: Exactly. Why, we'd rather have our old Queen than a young one any day!
                  ALICE: What's the bad news?

                  MAD HATTER: Can't you see, Alice? I'm sure it's written all over my face.

                  MARCH HARE: No, it looks like you washed it off.

                  MAD HATTER: Oh, well then let me explain.
                    RED QUEEN: Tell me Dum, how did you find your salad?

                    TWEEDLE DUM: I just looked down at my salad plate and there it was?
                      ALICE: Now, I don't mean to sound critical, but how many things are you two gonna' goof up in ONE day?

                      MAD HATTER: Hmm... Is that a trick question?
                        MARCH HARE: What's your secret ingredient?

                        MAD HATTER: I have no idea, that's why it's a secret.
                          TWEEDLE DEE: Now we'll do some lifting.

                          MAD HATTER: No thanks, I've already done some lifting today.

                          TWEEDLE DUM: No offense Hatter, but lifting the cookie jar doesn't count.
                            ALICE: Hi, Mr. Hatter. What are you watching?

                            MAD HATTER: Just a little Hat TV.

                            ALICE: There's one channel just about hats?

                            MAD HATTER: Yes, isn't it incredible? You'd think there'd be at least three or four!
                              MAD HATTER: "For your information Alice, this is a stately, stone statue; a carefully crafted carving; a magnificent, monolithic, modern, masterpiece."

                              MARCH HARE: "Amazingly awesome alliteration!"

                              ALICE: "So, you're stuck with it, huh?"

                              MAD HATTER: "You got that right."
                                Imagine the humiliation:a caterpillar with butterflies in his stomach. ~ Caterpillar
                                  (Hatter walks in dressed as Elvis) "Mr. Hatter, is that you?" "Yes, thank you very much." "Aren't you dressed a little, um, ridiculously?" "Hey, don't be cruel!" ~ Alice, Hatter, Rabbit
                                    "So, what do you think of my sewing so far?" "Hmm, so-so." ~ Mad Hatter, Cheshire Cat
                                      "First, we'll tear up all the curtains in the throne room and make ribbons out of them! And then we'll cut up some of your out of date dresses and we'll make them into napkins and place mats!! And then there must be at least 50 pictures of you around the palace. We'll put them in the royal paper shredder and make confetti!" ~ Duchess
                                        "They say too many cooks spoil the broth." "Oh, well then I guess it's a good thing we were all working on a story and not broth." ~ Alice, Mad Hatter
                                          "Once upon a time...the end! Do you think Alice would notice that the story has no middle?" "Probably." "I suppose you're right ... she's really much smarter than she looks!" ~ Mad Hatter, March Hare
                                            "If you ask me, oddball is pretty strange." "No, it's odd. If it were strange, then it would be strangeball, which is a completely different game." ~ Alice, Mad Hatter