The Alice ‘1951’ Tag

About a billion years now ago, I was tagged by Hailey from The Undateable Girl’s Diary to take part in ‘The Alice 1951 Tag’ (ok it was only a month ago but whatevs). The tag includes Alice in Wonderland themed questions from the original Disney classic, which I absolutely adore so I knew I wanted to give this one a go, I just completely forgot about it and ya’no, life got in the way – as per usual. But, better late than never so here are my answers and I will tag anyone who loves Disney and Alice in Wonderland! But don’t forget to credit Danielle, from Underland to Wonderland who created the tag!

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1. Who in Wonderland would you choose to be your best friend?

Probably the Cheshire Cat to be honest because he’s a bit of an arse but he knows his stuff, you know? I don’t think you’d be in trouble if you had him to help you plus you could then confuse the hell outta the poor people who stumble into Wonderland together.

2. Would you rather be humongous or teeny tiny?

As long as I wasn’t stuck inside or in a jar like Alice at the beginning, I’d rather be teeny tiny, definitely. You’d have many more places to hide and stay on the down-low if need be. Alice had more problems being huge I think.

3. What would your personal Wonderland look like?

Wow erm I think it would have a lot of dogs in. Talking dogs, of course. Just talking animals in general. Like actual Wonderland, I think there would be different areas like “zones” and maybe one of those could be a massive play area, ball-fit type thing with slides and climbing frames and another could be a trampoline room where you have to bounce to get places. Overall though, I think it would have a lot of pastel shades, glitter and confetti.

4. If you could take one possession to Wonderland with you, what would it be and why?

This is tricky because you’d have to think very carefully about this – nothing that Wonderland residents would see as a threat and want to steal or take off me and something that would obviously come in useful. A compass, maybe? So I would be able to get out when I needed to. But would a compass work in Wonderland? Who knows. I think I’m looking too much into this.

5. Similarly, if you could take someone to explore with, who would it be?

I’m not sure if I’d want to take anyone to be honest. I think having someone with you in a place like that would hold you back as they would probably want to see different things to you and I think Wonderland-er’s would be more likely to be friendly and welcome you if you were alone.

6. What would you most enjoy: sailing in a glass bottle or falling down the rabbit hole?

As long as you don’t fall too fast then definitely falling down the rabbit hole! The stuff she sees on the way down is wicked.

9. Which of these locations would you like to call home: The Dormouse’s Teapot, The Cheshire Cat’s tree, The Red Queen’s Castle, The Caterpillar’s Mushroom.

The Red Queen’s Castle because it’s a freaking castle, duh?! As long as the Red Queen wasn’t in it and had left Wonderland by then and I am the new Queen then we’re all good.

10. What would you do if you had to stay in Wonderland for 5 years at a time or could never visit again?

I’m not sure whether you’d have had enough after 5 years and actually not want to go back. It seems like one of those places that’s amazing, you’d have a fantastic experience but enough is enough, you know? I think it’d get like that. So I’d be quite happy to spend 5 years there, experience everything, knock the Red Queen off her perch and become Queen myself then leave it in a better state than when I arrived and just have my memories of it.

I’d love to know your answers to these questions if like me, you love Alice in Wonderland!

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21 thoughts on “The Alice ‘1951’ Tag

  1. Hi Jenny, I’d probably try taking a camera with me if I knew I can only stay for 5 years, to document my time there and have something to take back home with me. And I’d have as many adventures as possible before my time is up.

  2. Cool answers! I too thought Chesire Cat was the best character in Alice in Wonderland. Funny thing is, I read Wonderland and its sequel Looking-Glass recently, but never watched the animation. They weren’t books I enjoyed even though they’re short. The whimsical humour didn’t gel with me lol.

  3. Thanks for sharing this Jenny, it made me laugh out loud! I read the book many years ago, and the Cheshire Cat was the coolest because he had the superpower to disappear! I just loved that part. Many thanks for bringing back so many good memories. My fav Disney is Snow White, because the artistry involved in the animation is just so perfect.

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