How can I not take part in anything Disney/Alice in Wonderland related? That’s why when Hailey invited her fellow bloggers to take part in the Alice in Wonderland (1951) tag, I was in. Created by Danielle these questions are to appreciate the vintage Disney classic.
1. Who in Wonderland would you choose to be your best friend?
The Dormouse and I are two peas in a pod. We’d sleep and drink tea all day. It’s the perfect combo. Although I’d also like to hang out with the Cheshire Cat because, y’know, cats.
2. Would you rather be humongous or teeny tiny?
Hmm… Probably teeny tiny. Being humongous would just make me a threat and an easy target. But when you’re small, everything is amazing. Small portions are bigger, everything is just more exciting. You can hide in more places like bags and be carried to new locations easy-peasy. However, being big would allow for you to be stronger, see further and travel great distances.
3. What would your personal Wonderland look like?
When I was younger, I had a dream that I was in Wonderland. Or at least my own version. It started in the woods, with gold and orange leaves everywhere, falling from the trees. There were weird cottages with picket fences, a cobbled pathway and a wooden door. I didn’t go inside I don’t think. But I walked into a hole in the tree in the garden and ended up in Disney World. But it was at night and empty. The street lights were all on and the music was playing. Sounds creepy but I loved it. This Instagram account reminds me of that dream so much.
4. If you could take one possession with you to Wonderland, what would you take?
This is a hard one. I think because I’d be so enticed I don’t think I’d have time to photograph it. I think perhaps my phone because I can at least share my experience on social media and take photos! Of course, this would depend on whether Wonderland would have wifi.
5. Similarly, if you could take someone with you to explore, who would you take?
I think the only person that can appreciate somewhere where everyone’s mad, would be Paul. He loves Alice in Wonderland nearly as much as me. Most of the time I think he’s from there himself haha!
6. Would you most enjoy: Sailing in a glass bottle or falling down the rabbit hole?
Falling down the rabbit hole would be exciting. Like a roller-coaster! Whereas floating in a glass bottle would get a bit boring and would get nowhere. Plus Alice’s fall was pretty awesome and painless.
7. Minus the Red Queen, who would you least like to bump into?
The caterpillar is pretty scary and makes the least sense out of anyone with those goddamn riddles. Despite all the characters being dickheads, I think he’s the rudest. He’s a bit up himself and is always trying to prove others wrong.
8. In the garden, which type of flower do you think you would be?
If I could be any, I’d love to be the white rose as it’s the prettiest, and hell, who doesn’t want to be pretty? But if I were to be another flower, I’d like to be a lily. Flower of death maybe but at least I’d smell great and look nice!
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?
Teapot! Tea, sleeping, cake and madness are my bag!
10. What would you do if you had to stay in Wonderland for five years at a time or could never visit again?
Alice’s Wonderland is a frustrating maze of madness, confusion where nothing makes sense, even to a girl who doesn’t want things to make sense. But if I were to stay in my own personal Wonderland for five years, I’d be happy. I’d go into the little houses I saw in my dream, drink lots of tea, eat cake and wander around the night time Wonderland exploring. Of course, it may get dull but doesn’t any relocation?!
A fan of Alice in Wonderland? Why not do your own post with your personal preferences? Let me know when you’ve done it as I’d love to see your answers.