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Alice In Wonderland | 2 | quotes

And other nautical expressions! Land ho, by Jove! PARROT: Where away, Dodo? ALICE: Dodo? DODO: Three points to starboard. Follow me, me hearties! Have you at port no time at all now, haha! Oh... ALICE: Mister Dodo! DODO: Johoho, and a bottle of sea, we love each time... ALICE: Please! Please help me! ... Um, pardon me, but uh, would you mind helping me? Please? Yoo Ho! Yoo Ho! Help me! Please! Help me! DODO: Forward, backward, inward, outward, come and join the chase! Nothing could be drier than a jolly caucus-race. Backward, forward, outward, inward, bottom to the top, never a beginning there can never be a stop to skipping, hopping, tripping, fancy free and gay, I started it tomorrow and will finish yesterday. Round and round and round we go, and dance for evermore, once we were behind but now we find we are be-forward, backward, inward, outward, come and join the chase! Nothing could be drier than a jolly caucus-race. For backward... I say! You'll never get dry that way! ALICE: Get dry? DODO: Have to run with the others! First rule of a caucus-race, you know! ALICE: But how can I... DODO: That's better! Have you dry in no time now! ALICE: No-one can ever get dry this way! DODO: Nonsense! I am as dry as a bone already. ALICE: Yes, but... DODO: All right, chaps! Let's head now! Look lively! ALICE: The white rabbit! Mister Rabbit! Mi- mister Rabbit! WHITE RABBIT: Oh, my goodness! I'm late! I'm late! ALICE: Oh, don't go away! I'll be right back! WHITE RABBIT: I'm late, I'm late, I'm late! DODO: Don't step on the fish! Eric, there, watch it there stop kicking that mackerel! William... ALICE: Mister Rabbit! Oh, mister Rabbit! Oh dear, I'm sure he came this way. Do you suppose he could be hiding? Hmmm... not here. I wonder... No, I suppose he must have... Oh! Why, what peculiar little figures! Tweedle Dee... and Tweedle Dum! TWEEDLE DEE: If you think we're wax-works, you ought to pay, you know! TWEEDLE DUM: Contrariwise, if you think we're alive you ought to speak to us! TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: That's logic! ALICE: Well, it's been nice meeting you. Goodbye! TWEEDLE DEE: You're beginning backwards! TWEEDLE DUM: Aye, the first thing in a visit is to say: How do you do and shake hands, shake hands, shake hands. How do you do and shake hands and state your name and business. TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: That's manners! ALICE: Really? Well, my name is Alice and I'm following a white rabbit. So... TWEEDLE DEE: You can't go yet! TWEEDLE DUM: No, the visit has just started! ALICE: I'm very sorry... TWEEDLE DUM: Do you like to play hide-and-seek?


TWEEDLE DEE: Or button-button, who's got the button? ALICE: No, thank you. TWEEDLE DEE: If you stay long enough we might have a battle!ALICE: That's very kind of you, but I must be going. TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: Why? ALICE: Because I am following a white rabbit! TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: Why? ALICE: Well, I- I'm curious to know where he is going! TWEEDLE DUM: Ohhhh, she's curious! Tsk! tsk! tsk! ts!... TWEEDLE DEE: The oysters were curious too, weren't they? TWEEDLE DUM: Aye, and you remember what happened to them... TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: Poor things! ALICE: Why? What did happen to the oysters? TWEEDLE DEE: Oh, you wouldn't be interested. ALICE: But I am! TWEEDLE DUM: Oh, no. You're in much too much of a hurry! ALICE: Well, perhaps I could spare a little time... TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: You could? Well... TWEEDLE DEE: 'The Walrus and the Carpenter'! TWEEDLE DUM: Or: 'The story of the curious Oysters'! TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: The sun was shining on the sea, shining with all his might, he did his very best to make the billows smooth and bright. And this was odd, because it was the middle of the night. The Walrus and the Carpenter were walking close at hand. The beach was white from side to side but much too full of sand. 'Mister Walrus', said the CARPENTER: 'My brain begins to perk. We'll sweep this clear in half a year, if you don't mind the work.' WALRUS: Work? Uh, pff, brrrr! Uh the time has come...TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: ...the Walrus said...WALRUS: ...to talk of other things. Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, and cabbages and kings. And why the sea is boiling hot, and whether pigs have wings. Callooh, callay, no work today! We're cabbages and kings! ... Oh, uhhh, oysters, come and walk with us. The day is warm and bright! A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, would be a sheer delight! CARPENTER: Yes, and should we get hungry on the way, we'll stop and uh... have a bite! WALRUS: Hrmmmm! TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: But mother Oyster winked her eye and shook her heavy head. She knew too well this was no time to leave her oyster bed. MOTHER OYSTER: The sea is nice, take my advice, and stay right here. TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: Mom said. WALRUS: Yes, yes, of course, of course! But eh... haha! The time has come, my little friends, to talk of other things. Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, of cabbages and kings. And why the sea is boiling hot, and whether pigs have wings. Haha! Callooh, callay, come run away! We're the cabbages and kings! ... Hrmmm, well now, uh... let me see... Ah! A loaf of bread is what we chiefly need. CARPENTER: So how about some pepper and salt and vinegar, aye? WALRUS: Oh yes, yes, splendid idea! Haha, very good indeed! Now, if you're ready, oysters dear... haha... we can begin the feed. OYSTERS: Feed? WALRUS: Oh yes, ahh, the time has come, my little friends, to talk of food and things! CARPENTER: Of peppercorn some mustard seed and other seasonings. We'll mix them all together in a sauce that's fit for kings. Callooh, callay, we'll eat today, like cabbages and kings! WALRUS: I uh, weep for you, I -uh- oh, excuse me, I deeply sympathize. For I've enjoyed your company, oh, much more than you realize. CARPENTER: Little oysters, little oysters... TWEEDLE DEE AND TWEEDLE DUM: But answer there came none. And this was scarcely odd, because, they'd been eaten, every one! WALRUS: Hmm, well, uhhh, ha ha, ha ha, ha ha, hmm... the time has come!
Pictures from part 2
Dodo 'Follow me, hearties'
Dodo 'Follow me, hearties'
  Walrus 'The time has come, my little friends'
Walrus 'The time has come, my little friends'
  Carpenter 'My brain begins to perk'
Carpenter 'My brain begins to perk'
  we'll eat today, like cabbages and kings
we'll eat today, like cabbages and kings