"No, the Hatter's tea party is this way," The dark brunet snapped, waving to his left.
"Shut up, TweedleDee," The second dark brunet growled, pointing to his right. "The Hatter tea party is that way."
"Don't tell me to shut up, you sad excuse for a TweedleDum!"
"That doesn't even make any sense. I'm the only TweedleDum!"
"Guys," White coughed, trying to get the two boy's attention.
"You want to go, Ruby?"
"Yeah," Ruby, who White thought quite odd, was also TweedleDee replied. "Let's throw down, Lucas!"
"Bring it on you ugly wart sucker," Lucas, who was TweedleDum, snapped.
"Not to be rude," She said, stepping in-between the quarrelling teens. "But I already know that the Hatter's tea party is straight ahead."
"Don't be absurd." The two males spat at her. White sighed, holding her hands up in defeat. There wasn't a reason for her to butt into their selfish argument. After all, they had asked her where she was off to and started their own argument. It had nothing to do with her.
"Why do you guys have two names?" She asked aloud, catching Ruby's attention. He stared at her for some time before adjusting his red army suit.
"Well you see," He began, twirling a finger in the air. "In this game you have a real name, and a role name."
"A game?" White murmured. "And what game would that be?"
"Well solitaire! What else?" Lucas replied, pushing Ruby out of the brunette's path. He adjusted the collar of his royal blue army outfit and grinned at her. "Each person gets a role to play. Then they play that role but still keep their real names."
"That explanation doesn't make sense at all." White snapped, beginning to become frustrated with the two boys. "Solitaire is a game played by two people to sort a fifty-two card deck in order. How does playing as some type of 'role' have anything to do with such a thing?"
"You are naïve," Ruby teased her, digging into his pocket and pulling out a small card. He handed it to her as she stared, inspecting the card, she realized it was a queen.
"What you need to do," Lucas replied, pointing at the card in her hand. "Is collect all fifty-two cards and you'll receive something you desire the most."
"I see," White said, handing the card back to the teens. They both held up their hands, shaking their heads in unison.
"We have no use for the card, you see," Lucas began but then Ruby stepped in front of his friend to finish the sentence for him. "All we desire is each other so we have no use for it! Keep it,"
"Thank you, this will help me try to get home," She said.
"Well, if you need to get home, I heard a rumor that the Hatter's got fifty of those cards," Lucas grinned, patting the brunette's head joyfully. "Maybe he'll give 'em to you if you ask nicely."
At that moment, a light burst through the sky and a clock began to ring throughout Wonderland. As each ring blasted through the three's ears, Ruby lifted one finger until you had gotten to one o'clock.
"Well the tea party has started," Lucas snapped, grabbing White's arms and pushing her straight towards the direction of the light. "The Hatter doesn't tolerate lateness Miss White, you better hurry."
"T-Thank you!" White yelled over her shoulder, continuing to run in the direction of the light.