Talk:March hat

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Err, 10/6 is the PRICE of the hat, not the size (if Lewis Carroll refers to it as the "size", it's supposed to be humurous).

10/6 is pronounced "ten and six" and stands for ten shillings and six pence, which is fifty two and a half new pence (0.525 GBP).

But you're too young and live on the wrong side of the Atlantic to know that...

What if?

What happens if you use it without having any other familiars? --Veszerin

  • Most likely, the same message. --Ricket 18:50, 11 March 2006 (CST)