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Jan
26th
2016

"The UnBirthday Song" (from Disney's "Alice in Wonderland") · 6:29pm Jan 26th, 2016

MARCH HARE:
A very merry unbirthday to me

MAD HATTER:
To who?

MARCH HARE:
To me

MAD HATTER:
Oh you!

MARCH HARE:
A very merry unbirthday to you

MAD HATTER:
Who me?

MARCH HARE:
Yes, you!

MAD HATTER:
Oh, me!

MARCH HARE:
Let's all congratulate us with another cup of tea
A very merry unbirthday to you!

MAD HATTER:
Now, statistics prove, prove that you've one birthday

MARCH HARE:
Imagine, just one birthday every year

MAD HATTER:

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Jul
24th
2015

Alice in Equestria · 6:34am Jul 24th, 2015

Was wondering lately since my intense obsession with Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, if there was any Alice/MLP crossovers yet... I think I might just start one.

May
27th
2020

My Movie Review on Alice in Wonderland (1951) · 7:26pm May 27th, 2020

Salutations, Kemosabes.

This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

Today, I'm gonna be giving you guys my take of Disney's "Alice in Wonderland". The animated version from 1951 to be precise.

Here's the summary of this tale:

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Jul
4th
2014

Why is a Raven like a Writing Desk? · 7:35pm Jul 4th, 2014

Let's mark July 4 with something from the Master of Chaos...

“How doth the little crocodile
Improve his shining tail,
And pour the waters of the Nile
On every golden scale!

How cheerfully he seems to grin,
How neatly spreads his claws,
And welcomes little fishes in
With gently smiling jaws!”

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Oct
2nd
2019

HALLOWEEN IS COMING TO EIDOLON! · 1:14pm Oct 2nd, 2019

The most wonderful time of the year is upon us! No, not Christmas, you fuckers, I'm talking about Halloween! Ah, Halloween, with candy, spooks, and the local drunk wobbles around already plowed over at 2 in the afternoon in front of single mothers and their kids, scaring the Hell out of the poor little bastards.

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May
30th
2020

My Movie Review on Alice in Wonderland (2010) · 7:38pm May 30th, 2020

Greetings, my friends.

This is your top-of-the-line film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

Today, following my previous analysis, I’m gonna be giving you guys my take of Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland”.

Here’s the summary of this tale:

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Nov
27th
2015

ATN: The Hunted Part 7 and Wrong Questions · 1:53pm Nov 27th, 2015

Apr
13th
2016

Bradel Bookwork – Opening Lines · 11:19pm Apr 13th, 2016

Well, I'll say this: I'm less dead than I look.

Anyway, today I'd like to take a moment to talk about opening lines. We've got an Original Short Story Writeoff finishing up this evening.[1] I've spent a lot of the last week reading and reviewing, and beginning some revisions on an original story of my own. Going through this month's Writeoff entries, though, got me thinking about one of my favorite topics in fiction—and one it seems I've never blogged about before—opening lines.

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Dec
26th
2019

Tim Burton films that I've watched ranking from worst to best · 2:19pm Dec 26th, 2019

6. Dumbo
5. Alice Through the Looking Glass
4. Alice In Wonderland
3. The Nightmare Before Christmas
2. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
1. Frankenweenie

Apr
1st
2019

Hell's Tea Party 1 & 2 - Alastor Returns (Hazbin Hotel Animatic) · 1:01pm Apr 1st, 2019

Mar
10th
2019

Hell's Tea Party (Hazbin Hotel Animatic) · 11:20am Mar 10th, 2019

Feb
14th
2017

My Thoughts On Disney's Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) · 6:57pm Feb 14th, 2017

This is the most anticipated sequel to Disney's Alice In Wonderland (2010). The enjoyment of this film will depend on whether or not you liked the original movie. Personally, I really liked the direction that Disney took with the first Alice in Wonderland live action movie, so I was very much looking forward to watching the second one. I am a huge fan of the Alice In Wonderland books, so I've seen about every version of the story out there from the Syfy channel's rendition of the tale simply

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Jul
2nd
2020

How to Catch a Fluttershy - why there wasn't any stakes or a bet involved - reasons explained · 8:30pm Jul 2nd, 2020

There are no bets, no consequences of winning or losing - only fun and companionship.

Nothing is better than having a good laugh with a best friend over a well-played prank. Are we all in agreement?

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