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English use of ALiCE IN WONDERLAND

Postby rene » Sat Aug 13, 2005 7:08 am

Hello, English is a second language to me,
recently, I have heard many call me: "oh look at this Alice in wonderland! we want off with you head!"
what does that mean? :?
can someone tell me what does it mean when in English conversation one says that?
thank you

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Postby sirstargazer » Sat Aug 13, 2005 6:41 pm

I've never heard that expression used in that way. If these people that say that are your friends, then it's probably a joke. if not, they hate you and want you to die.

I think.

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Postby Guest » Sun Aug 14, 2005 4:03 am

they probably mean you're confused. if they ARENT your friends they're being mean.

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Postby Cheshire Cat Smile » Sat Sep 10, 2005 5:21 pm

I'de sleep with one eye opened tonight, kid.....


AIW:-)


"Sometimes I wonder...." He sighed.

"Wonder about what?"

"What? I haven't wondered about 'what' since I was a child. ARE YOU CALLING ME DUMB?!"

"NO!" She retorted, "Maybe a little special ed..."

"Yeah," he snorted and giggled, " Ed was a cool guy...."


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