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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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rupert looks cute on her hat
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
Thanks! It was super fun to draw, especially since I have a known fondness for top hats...
Emma 11/4/11 reply
so do I- not known, though....
Ginny Weasley fan 11/4/11 reply
Top hats are the BEST.
Emma 11/5/11 reply
the official answer, as far as i've been told, is "They both have quills", as in the feather pen.
anon a mouse 10/30/11 reply
Oh, that makes sense! How clever, I'd never heard that answer before. And the quills part is pretty apropos for Rupert!
Emma 10/30/11 reply
why is a raven like a writing desk?
because poe wrote on both.
optional 10/5/11 reply
Huh, I never heard that one before! Maybe that's what Rupert told Chapel!
Emma (admin) 10/16/11 reply
Gray: That was actually an intentional semi-reference! I'm a HUGE Yeah Yeah Yeahs fan.
Emma (admin) 10/5/11 reply
From Gaga to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Look up the song "heads will roll" sometime. ^.^
Gray 10/4/11 reply
The Mad Hatter proposes this riddle during the tea party. Famously, it has no answer.
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