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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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Okay, I know strip is from a little while back, but I just HAD to comment: That's the best thing Lady Gaga has ever done! LOL!
Emily13 1/21/12 reply
My nickname for him is just a beaver, my friend made it up.
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
Ha ha, that's a good one! My response to hearing Bieber is to run into my art room, slam the door, and put on some really loud Arctic Monkeys.
Emma 11/4/11 reply
What does your mom think of that?
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
She thinks my taste in music is weird as hell.
Emma 11/5/11 reply
Ginny Weasley 8/17/12 reply
LOL obviously we are twins, my nickname is Ginny Weasley, and I actually have a T-Shirt that says 'JUSTIN BEAVER' I wear it like every day, lol. Yeah, Beiber sucks. I'm so glad everyone likes One Direction (not that they are good) instead.
Ginny Weasley 8/17/12 reply
Off with Beaver--erm, Bieber's head, YAh!
Simone 9/22/11 reply
Off with his head indeed!
Emma (admin) 10/16/11 reply
Lady Gaga!!! ^_^ Off with Biebers head!!
Rae 9/17/11 reply
My mom still hates it that I murdered her precious Bieber in my comic!
Emma (admin) 10/16/11 reply
'precious bieber' deserved it!
Ginny Weasley fan 11/5/11 reply
....in my opinion anyway.
Ginny Weasley fan 12/24/11 reply
Ginny Weasley 8/17/12 reply
Fred as the Cheshire Cat has a very good poker hand.
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