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In celebration of Alice In Wonderland

I'm late. I'm late. For a very important date.

Today I fell in a Rabbit Hole.

The sun was shining and the sky was as blue as I've ever seen it. The earth must have stood still because I swear gravity stopped and I flew. Well bounced anyway. High above the houses and streets. Leaping from rooftop to rooftop. I went all the way to cloud 9 and had a very lovely chat with Socrates. He's so funny. A little hard to understand at time, but funny nonetheless.

I met up with a strangely interesting man waiting at the bus stop. He kept offering me chocolates. He told me tales of love and war and ping pong. Touching, but I really had to go. I mean, I really had to go.

So I hitched a ride on a stray feather and headed to Vegas, because I always wanted to sit on a toilet made of gold. Though it was rather cold, it wasn't anything to write home about. But I guess that's what I'm doin' huh?

I decided to take a nap on George Washington's nose. He did look at me rather cross eyed. I think my sweater tickled him. But he swore it didn't. Liar.

I finally figured I should be heading home, but my bounce was gone. So my fairy god mother came down in a bright pink bubble and told me to click my heels three times. She started to tell the magic words, but the damn monkeys got to her and flew away with her. I don't mind so much, her voice was rather irritating. But damn, how was I gonna get home now?

The bus went by too fast. The plane was destined for some tropical island. The train was carrying weapons of mass destruction. I was going to rent a motorcycle from this guy with really weird sideburns, but his friend in sunglasses said it wasn't his to rent.

It finally hit me. The rabbit hole. Now, I just gotta find a rabbit to follow.

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