The thought bubble phrases I come up with are:
The Raincoat Woman: "What the ....???" or "This is SO not what I was going for."
The wee woman on the bottle: "Don't mind if I do."
The wee man on the scale (through his teeth): "Hurry up and take the photo already."
The man in front of the drawer: "There's nothing to see here." or "Not me, no, I'm not hiding anything."
The conjurer, for me doesn't think in words, so I'm not sure how to express his thoughts, other than complete and absolute concentration. And certainty of his success. And patience, there's patience in there as well.
The mouse: ANOTHER "What the ...???"
Each phrase or saying then can become a journaling prompt. Mine being:
1.) What the ...???
2.) This is SO not what I was going for.
3.) Don't mind if I do.
4.) Hurry up and take the photo already.
5.) There's nothing to see here.
6.) Not me, no, I'm not hiding anything.
7.) Complete and absolute concentration.
8.) Certainty of success.
10.) What the ...??
You'll notice that "What the ...??" came up not once, but TWICE in the exercise, which would signify it's especially in the forefront of my mind, so I'd probably start with that one. But you can see how a single collage can give you -weeks- worth of prompts. And that's just with ONE exercise.
So, now it's YOUR turn. Take a spin around "The Questioner and the Conjurer" and tell us, What's in YOUR thought bubble??