Number 5 place is given to a famous quote from the Queen of Hearts. She uses this expression quite often in the story. One time is when Alice meets the Queen for the first time. After Alice has introduced herself, the Queen asks her about the three playing card gardeners lying on the ground. But because Alice does not know them and expresses that to the Queen quite casually, the Queen of Hearts gets furious and screams to Alice:
"Off with her head!" -Queen of Hearts
At number 4 is a quote from the King of Hearts. This happens at the hearing in court while the King asks the White Rabbit to read a set of verses in a letter, written by the prisoner to somebody. The White Rabbit does not know where to begin.
"Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end: then stop." -The King
On the third spot is quite an odd question by the Mad Hatter.
Alice is at the March Hare's house and the Mad Hatter is there with Dormouse as well. They are having a tea party. The March Hare and Alice get into an argument about Alice's right to join the tea party. Then the Mad Hatter makes Alice even more furious by telling her she needs a haircut. Of course Alice declares that to be rude, but the Mad Hatter answers her with a riddle:
"Why is a raven like a writing desk?" -The Mad Hatter
Here we are, getting closer to the best quotes of them all. At number 2 position is a short and famous exclamation from Alice.
Alice eats a cake and expects something peculiar to happen to her. And finally her neck grows and grows so much that in the end she does not even see her own feet. Alice is so surprised that for a moment she forgets to speak good English and cries out:
"Curiouser and curiouser." -Alice
Finally, number one, the most famous Alice in Wonderland quote. This quote comes from a conversation between Cheshire Cat and Alice. The grinning Cheshire Cat is giving directions to Alice and tells what sort of people live in each direction in the woods. Then he discloses as a matter of fact that:
"We're all mad here." -Cheshire Cat