“I’m just saying, Dorothy, there are much more fantastical creatures in my life. I mean, the talking rabbit, the Cheshire cat, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum,” Alice said, exasperated and waving her arms in the air.
Dorothy replied, “Well none of those even compare, I’ve met that rabbit; he is strange, and as for the cat, he gives me the creeps.” She shivered and shook her head.
“I fell down a giant rabbit hole! I grew hundreds of feet and then *snap* just like that I shrank to the size of a mouse! You’ve never experienced anything like that! Have you?” She yelled.
“Alice,” Dorothy said, “I was swept up in a wild storm and woke up in a different world. I've experienced just as much or more then you have. Besides, my story was a journey to help my friends. What did you accomplish? You were probably just dreaming the whole thing.”
“You wouldn’t have lasted a day in Wonderland! Okay? I’m just telling the truth,” she huffed, frustrated.
“Ha! Have you met the witched? I’m pretty sure I can handle anything you can,” She laughed.
“Whatever helps you sleep at night,” Alice rolled her eyes.
“Let’s just agree to disagree” Dorothy said reluctantly.
“I suppose we should,” Alice answered.
“Even though it’s clear my life is far more adventurous and exciting…” She mumbled under her breath, turning away from Alice.
Non-Verbal Body Language