A friend of Sarah's from school who asked "what's the other half of him then" when Sarah had referred to Toby as her half-brother. Referenced in the novel.
Name of a young girl in a fantasy story by Lewis Carrol. Much has been made of this fantasy and what it may connotate.
A classic MRF party shot. A carefully layered drink with half a shot of Tia Maria on the bottom, half a shot of Grand Marnier, and a "sliver" of tequila on top. So named because it takes you to Wonderland. Ritual involves a mass shout of "Prepare for shot!" before slamming.
The name traditionally used for the first user of cryptography in a system: Bob's friend.
Alice is a fictional character in the books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, which were written by Charles Dodgson under the pen name Lewis Carroll.
Alice is an album by Tom Waits, released in 2002 on Epitaph Records (under the Anti sub-label). The album contains the majority of songs written for the play Alice, based on the story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. The adaptation was directed by Robert Wilson, whom Waits had previously worked with on the play The Black Rider, and originally set up at the Thalia Theatre in Hamburg in 1992.
Alice is a 2007 film adaptation of the computer game American Mc Gee's Alice, which itself was loosely based on the characters and back-story of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland stories, though with an independent plot and explicitly darker and gruesome thematic elements.
Alice (original name: NÄ›co z Alenky) is a 1988 Czech surrealist film by Jan Å vankmajer. It retells the classic Lewis Carroll stories (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass), but in an original style. The film combines live action with stop motion animation.